Secret Service problems; White House hacked

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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- A Secret Service investigator recently found himself in hot water

David Nieland allegedly did business with a prostitute while sheriff's deputies in Broward, County Florida were surveilling a hot-spot.

What makes the situation extra fishy is that Nieland led the Homeland Security Department's investigation into how the service handled the sex scandal in Columbia.

Neiland denies the accusations, but did withdraw from his post in August.

While on the subject of "national security," the White House got hacked!

The administration won't confirm the nature of the attack or even when it happened, but some "unclassified" material did reportedly get out.

From the sound of it, the feds do know who's responsible but are trying to keep this information under wraps.