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Secret Service Settles Discrimination Lawsuit With Black Agents

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The U.S. Secret Service has agreed to pay $24 million and make a series of reforms to its promotion system to settle a lawsuit involving more than 100 African-American agents who said they were discriminated against because of their race.

The class-action lawsuit dates back to 2000 when an initial group of 10 agents alleged the Secret Service exhibited racial discrimination in deciding who was hired, promoted to a higher position, transferred to another office, given bonuses, and how...

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