Secret Service To Pay Out $24 Million For Discrimination Suit
Ending more than 16 years of contentious litigation, the U.S. Secret Service will pay dozens of African-American former agents $24 million in a settlement of a class-action lawsuit accusing the agency of systematic discrimination.
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