WASHINGTON (AP) — In a story March 20 about complaints by the Secret Service director over media coverage of an incident involving two senior agents, The Associated Press reported erroneously that The Washington Post had reported that a pair of senior agents drove a government vehicle into a White House security barrier after a night of drinking on March 4. The Post report actually said that officials were investigating allegations that the pair had driven the vehicle into the barrier.
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