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It’s our top priority—protecting the U.S. from terrorist attacks.

Working closely with a range of partners, we use our growing suite of investigative and intelligence capabilities to neutralize terrorist cells and operatives here in the U.S., to help dismantle extremist networks worldwide, and to cut off financing and other forms of support provided by terrorist sympathizers.

In Depth

Inside Our Operations
- Joint Terrorism Task Forces
- National Counterterrorism Center
- National Joint Terrorism Task Force
- Public Internet Tip Line
- Strategic Command Center (SIOC)
- Terrorism Fly Team
- Terrorist Explosives Device Analytical Center
- Terrorist Financing Operations Section
- Terrorist Screening Center
- Weapons of Mass Destruction
- Genocide and War Crimes Program

Major Cases & Incidents
- 9/11 Attacks
- Anthrax Mailings in 2001
- Major Cases Past and Present
- Terror Reports:
Current | More

How We Protect…
- Borders and Ports
- Colleges and Universities
- Food Supply
- Human Rights
- Special Events
- Traveling Public
- U.S. Troops Overseas

Wanted by the FBI
- Most Wanted Terrorists
- Seeking Terrorism Information
- Domestic Terror Fugitives

Threats and Intelligence
- Definitions of Terrorism
- 2014 Worldwide Threats (pdf)
- List of Foreign Terrorist Organizations 
- National Strategy for Counterterrorism
- Terror Today: Recent Speech
- Domestic Terrorism
- New Intel-Driven FBI

Training
- Hazardous Devices School
- K-9 Bomb Detection
- Improvised Explosives
- Resources for Law Enforcement
- TopOff Exercises
- West Point Combating Terrorism Center

Protections & Precautions
- How to Help Prevent Terrorist Attacks
- Dangers of Explosives
- Suspicious Packages |  
en español 
- National Terrorism Advisory System
- Travel Advisories
- Workplace Protections

09.20.10

In the News
Map of Kenya (Angled)



Terror in Kenya
Our legal attaché in Nairobi discusses the attack on the Westgate shopping mall. Details

More News & Features

04.17.14
Multiple Offices: Man sentenced to five years in plot to provide material support to terrorists.
04.08.14
Springfield: Man admits conveying false threat of terrorist plot to disrupt Election Day 2012.
03.31.14
Multiple Offices: Man who shot at White House in 2011 sentenced to 25 years in prison.


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Wanted by the FBI
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 Most Wanted Terrorists
Al-Zawahiri
Al-Nasser
Abdullah
Ali Atwa
Shallah 
Hapilon
Al-Badawi
Awda
San Diego
Al-Liby
Izz-Al-Din
Elbaneh
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Al-Rimi
El-Maati
Haqqani
Boussora
Jdey
Domestic Terror Fugitives
Duke 
Borup 
Overaker
Dibee
Burt
Chesimard
 
 


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