Don’t Let Mortgage Fraud Happen to You
Yearlong law enforcement initiative charges 530 and finds more than 73,000 victims.
Help Us Catch a Terrorist
A $50,000 reward is offered for Ahmad Abousamra, a U.S. citizen from Massachusetts.
Identity Theft That Lasted Decades
For 22 years, John Doe assumed the identity of a man whose wallet was stolen from his car in 1989.
FBI National Academy Celebrating a Milestone
The FBI’s premiere law enforcement training program graduated its 250th class.
The Hoover Legacy, 40 Years After, Part 5
Office logs, files, and internal documents reveal a day in the life of the former Director.
Celebrating Women Special Agents, Part 6
In the 40 years women have served as agents, they’ve taken on the most difficult roles.
Reward Offered for Stolen Renoir Painting
A Renoir painting stolen in Houston last year is the newest addition to our Top Ten Art Crimes list.
Gang members used social media sites to identify and recruit potential victims.
30-Year-Old Murder Solved
Fingerprint technology played a key role in bringing a killer to justice after 30 years.
Infant Abductions: A Violent Trend Emerges
Recent analysis of abduction cases suggests troubling trends for expectant parents.
Murder and the Dixie Mafia
Inside a case of lawlessness and public corruption in Mississippi 25 years ago.
Celebrating Women Special Agents, Part 5
Women agents past and present talk about their place among four decades of pioneers.
Celebrating Women Special Agents, Part 4
Trivia quiz tests your knowledge of pop culture as it relates to women FBI special agents.
New Genocide and War Crimes Webpage
New webpage solicits input and describes the FBI’s role in government-wide effort.
Mortgage Fraud ‘King’ a Royal Con Man
A South Florida case illustrates how lenders, buyers, and sellers can lose millions.
The Hoover Legacy, Part 4: The Evolution of U.S. Intelligence
A 1955 medal recognizes the Director’s contributions to the evolution of U.S. intelligence.
Insider Trading Enforcement Paying Off
Intelligence and undercover operations paying off in investigations of criminal insiders.
New Internet Scam
“Drive-by” ransomware installs easily, locks computers, and demands payment. Also known as money pak virus.
A Sordid Scam
Inside the case of two men who lured aspiring models into a trap using drugs and promises.
Celebrating Women Special Agents, Part 3
Oral histories of pioneering women agents reveal compelling and moving stories.