Cyber Crime: Purchase Order Scam Leaves a Trail of VictimsAfrican cyber criminals have devised a scheme that has cost U.S. retailers millions.
Agency Cooperation Leads to 30-Year Sentence in Child Exploitation CaseMichigan man sentenced to 30 years in prison following joint investigation.
Cyber Security: Task Force Takes ‘Whole Government’ ApproachA look at how the National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force confronts the cyber threat.
Agent Exposes Civil Rights Crimes in Alabama PrisonThe civil rights case against corrections officers who fatally beat an inmate in Alabama.
Sex Trafficker Receives 40-Year SentenceMan who used social media to lure young victims into prostitution gets 40-year term.
50th Anniversary of FBI’s Jackson Field OfficeFifty years after the tumultuous summer of ‘64, a look at the creation of our Jackson Division.
FBI, Interpol Host Critical Infrastructure SymposiumDirector Comey addresses importance of partnerships at FBI, Interpol symposium in Miami.
Sentence in 2010 Murder of Oklahoma CoupleLengthy terms given to three convicted in the brutal 2010 deaths of a vacationing couple.
Bank Guilty of Violating U.S. Economic SanctionsGlobal bank to plead guilty, pay nearly $9 billion for exploiting U.S. financial system.
50 Years Since Mississippi BurningDisappearance of civil rights workers 50 years ago was pivotal time for the U.S. and the FBI.
Seeking Information in International Child Exploitation CaseWe need your help to identify victims of suspected serial child predator William James Vahey.
FBI Honors Community LeadersDirector Comey honored 58 recipients in a ceremony at FBI Headquarters.
Seeking Suspect in Murder of Mississippi Police OfficerLaw enforcement authorities are seeking public assistance with locating an unidentified male suspect who is wanted in connection with the shootings of two Tupelo (Mississippi) Police Department officers on December 23, 2013. The shootings resulted in the death of one officer and the critical wounding of the other officer. The FBI is offering a reward of up to $100,000 for information in the case.