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Highest Reward Ever Offered for Alleged Cyber Criminal

Feb 27th, 2015

A reward of up to $3 million is available for a Russian national the FBI calls “one of the world’s worst” cyber criminals—Evgeniy Bogachev.   Transcript

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Art Crime Team

Feb 20th, 2015

As the FBI celebrates the 10th anniversary of its Art Crime Team, it offers advice for collectors of all kinds.   Transcript

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The Relationship Between Law Enforcement and Diverse Communities

Feb 12th, 2015

FBI Director James Comey says Americans must have open and honest discussions about the complicated relationship between law enforcement and diverse communities.   Transcript

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Romance Scams

Feb 5th, 2015

Romance scams, also known as confidence scams, result in the highest amount of financial losses when compared to other Internet-facilitated crimes.   Transcript

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New Addition to FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists List

Jan 29th, 2015

Liban Haji Mohamed, a taxicab driver who lived in Northern Virginia, is the newest addition to the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists list.   Transcript

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National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month

Jan 22nd, 2015

The FBI observes National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month through its continuous work toward mitigating what is modern-day slavery.   Transcript

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Kleptocracy

Jan 16th, 2015

The need for the FBI’s expertise in mitigating international corruption is apparent with the fall of certain countries in recent years.   Transcript

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Sony and the FBI’s Cyber Threat Strategy

Jan 8th, 2015

FBI Director James Comey reveals new information about the Sony investigation and why it’s an example of how the Bureau’s strategy for mitigating the cyber threat is working.   Transcript

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Animal Cruelty Category Added to NIBRS

Jan 1st, 2015

The FBI this year prepares to collect data on animal cruelty crimes through its National Incident-Based Reporting System, or NIBRS.   Transcript

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The Future of Collecting Crime Statistics

Dec 23rd, 2014

The FBI says the National Incident-Based Reporting System, or NIBRS, may someday become the standard for collecting crime statistics.   Transcript