The Cyber Action TeamGroup of rapid deployment cyber experts respond to major computer intrusions.
Multi-State Fraudulent Document Ring DismantledInside the case of a criminal organization that obtained false documents for illegal U.S. residents.
Joint Effort Takes Down Detroit-Based Robbery GroupMulti-agency effort dismantles one crew, but these incidents are on the rise.
A Ponzi Scheme CollapsesNearly a dozen fraudsters behind a $40 million scam will be spending time behind bars.
Art Crime Team Celebrates 10th Anniversary, Part 2Part 2 of an interview with the head of the FBI’s Art Crime Team on the occasion of its 10th anniversary.
Law Enforcement and RaceDirector Comey cites ‘hard truths’ and calls for ‘open discussion.’
Former Los Alamos Lab Workers SentencedThe case of a scientist and his wife who sold some of our nation’s nuclear secrets.
Drug Kingpin DethronedInternational investigation dismantles narcotics trafficking enterprise.
New Most Wanted TerroristSomali-born Liban Haji Mohamed is the latest addition to the list.
Armenian Criminal Enterprise Dealt Serious BlowCriminal enterprise disrupted through cooperative law enforcement effort.
Adopt-A-School Program, Part 1: Bringing a Message of Hope to StudentsFor 20 years, FBI employees have mentored and tutored students in disadvantaged communities.
FBI Seeking Tech Experts to Become Cyber Special AgentsThe FBI is recruiting the best technical talent to join the ranks of cyber special agents.
Director Pledges Continued Support for Indian Country Crime VictimsDirector Comey pledges continued support for crime victims on tribal lands.
Latest Hate Crime Statistics Report ReleasedLatest report shows slight decrease in reported incidents, includes new data.
New Top Ten Fugitive: Help Us Find a MurdererYaser Abdel Said is wanted for the brutal murder of his two teenage daughters in Texas.
FBI WMD Exercise Tests Response to Chemical AttackExercise in Houston tests how well emergency responders work together following chemical attack.
Annual ‘Officers Killed’ Report More Than a Tally of LossesMore than a tally of losses, annual LEOKA report gathers data to help prevent future incidents.
In the Line of Duty: 2013 LEOKA Report ReleasedAccording to latest report, 76 officers were killed in line-of-duty incidents last year.