The agency initially claimed that the dog, a female Belgian shepherd, had been "unleashed" at the time of the incident.
The federal agency requested two Kawaski jet skis—watercrafts that each retail from $9,999 to $15,299—and noted security challenges that special agents face when traveling with Trump to places such as Mar-a-Lago and the Hamptons.
A U.S. Secret Service agent testified at Yujing Zhang's Monday bond hearing that a fellow agent inserted the potentially "malicious" thumb drive she was carrying into his government computer.
"Whenever it comes to the safety of the president and his family, we ought to do everything that we possibly can," Rep. Elijah Cummings told Newsweek. "And we need to know all the facts."
Watchdog and ethics groups have long accused Trump family members of using the Oval Office to promote their family's overseas business ventures.
An Oklahoma man threatened to "blow the f***ing White House up" and kill President Trump if his wife wasn't released from jail.
Chief of staff John Kelly reportedly grabbed former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski by the collar and shoved him toward a wall during an argument outside the Oval Office.
A Mississippi high school student says she was physically removed from President Donald Trump's raucous Southaven rally Tuesday solely for wearing a Black Lives Matter shirt.
Pundit Donny Deutsch made claims in an interview on "Morning Joe."
Shawn Christy, 26, of McAdoo, Pennsylvania, is being pursued by U.S. Marshals, FBI and Secret Service for allegedly threatening on Facebook back in June to put a bullet in the head of President Donald Trump.
The populist politician said 20 unarmed men and women "are going to take care of me."
A U.S. District Court Judge suggested that Democratic National Committee lawyers try serving Kushner through his attorney.
The documents "shed light on how much taxpayers are paying for trips taken by the heads of the president's private business empire," the watchdog stated.
Unnamed agent is the first to die on active duty since 2005.
Declassified intelligence agency files show that New Zealand's security services covered up an assassination attempt on Queen Elizabeth II in 1981.
The driver was "briefly detained" and "found to be in lawful possession" of the gun, the Secret Service stated.
Records show how much the Secret Service spent on contracts with Palm Beach companies in the run-up to New Year's Eve.
The alleged plot involved threats of a mass shooting and suicide by cop when the president visited Utah last month.
The agency claims they didn't drag Omarosa out of the White House, but they won't be letting her back in.
The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs promised to hand over evidence of the alleged attempts to U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.