Billion-Dollar Investment Fraud
To the fraudsters it seemed like the ultimate get. But the “victim” was an undercover FBI agent.
Attempted Extortion: Aspiring Actor’s New Role is Inmate
Vivek Shah was pursuing an acting career when he thought of a better way to make money.
NICS 15th Anniversary: Stats Show Success of Gun Background Check System
Our gun background check system has processed more than 177 million requests.
Annual Hate Crime Statistics Show Slight Decease
Agencies last year reported 5,796 hate crime incidents involving 6,718 offenses.
The JFK Assassination: Former Agent Recalls Role in Investigation
A former FBI firearms and ballistics expert recalls his role in investigation 50 years ago.
Taking Stock: Corporate Execs Get Scammed
A company claiming to be an institutional lender to executives was running a classic Ponzi scheme.
Serial Killers, Part 3: Ted Bundy’s Campaign of Terror
The third installment of our series looks at Ted Bundy’s prolific reign of terror.
Public Corruption: Inside the Kwame Kilpatrick Case
The case of former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, who stole from citizens he vowed to serve.
New Subjects Added to Cyber’s Most Wanted List
Five fugitives are added to FBI list for their roles in hacking and fraud crimes.
Attorney-Turned-Racketeer a ‘Stunning’ Betrayal of the Law
The case of a New Jersey attorney whose criminal enterprise rivaled that of a mob boss.
Latest Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted Report Released
Report shows 48 officers were killed last year as a result of felonious incidents.
International Fraud Ring Recruited Short-Term Visa Holders
A crime ring enlisted holders of short-term visas to commit fraud on a massive scale.
Serial Killers, Part 2: The Birth of Behavioral Analysis in the FBI
A need to better understand criminals and suspects led to the birth of FBI behavioral analysis.
Internet Pharmacy Operator Gets Jail Time
Inside a scheme to sell unapproved drugs to doctors across the U.S.
A Byte Out of History: The Bobby Greenlease Kidnapping
Two criminals, a 6-year-old boy, a $600,000 ransom, and a tragic end 60 years ago.
Guilty Pleas Show High Cost of Price-Fixing in Auto Industry
Nine auto parts companies charged in conspiracies that likely cost you at the car dealership.
New Internet Crime Initiative Combines Resources, Expertise
Pilot program in Utah forges closer link with state and local law enforcement partners.
Public Corruption: Courtroom for Sale
A Texas judge earned time in jail for using his courtroom to line his pockets.
Latest Crime Stats Released
Annual report shows violent crimes were up, property crimes decreased in 2012.
16th Street Baptist Church Bombing
Investigators reflect on their role probing the 16th Street Baptist Church case.
Serial Killers, Part 1: The FBI’s Role Takes Shape
On the anniversary of a Virginia case, a look at the FBI’s role investigating serial murders.
Transnational Law Enforcement Efforts Help Stem Transnational Crime
How we work with partners to confront the issue in Central America and the U.S.
The Crime of ‘Swatting’: Fake 9-1-1 Calls Have Real Consequences
Hoax calls to 9-1-1 are a serious crime and have potentially dangerous consequences.
Robert S. Mueller Set to Step Down as FBI Director
Director Mueller’s term, which began a week before the 9/11 attacks, nears its conclusion.
Con Artist Who Scammed Nuns Gets His Due
How a New Jersey man defrauded an order of nuns and others out of more than $1 million.
Serial Bank Robber: Help Us Catch the Loan Ranger Bandit
Help us identify a man suspected in at least a dozen robberies in four states.
Legal Attaché Manila: Then and Now
The FBI office opened in 1961 to cover criminal and intelligence matters in the Philippines.
Coin Crime: The Case of the Parking Meter Thief
How a Buffalo parking meter mechanic stole more than $200,000 in quarters.
New Information Released in Serial Killer Case
To uncover more clues and victims, new details are released in the case of Israel Keyes.
A Byte Out of History: Civil Rights Case One of Our First
The forerunner of today’s FBI was just days old when two agents opened a civil rights probe.
Election Hack: Stealing Votes the Cyber Way
How a student council candidate rigged his own election by stealing fellow students’ identities.
Pirated Software May Contain Malware
Software bought on the cheap from unknown sellers may contain hidden dangers.
Operation Cross Country: Recovering Victims of Child Sex Trafficking
Three-day sweep in 76 cities recovers 105 sexually exploited children.
A Family of Thieves, Part 2
The Cabello family stole millions from armored car companies...but justice was served.
A Family of Thieves, Part 1
Inside the case of the Cabello family and their decade-long armored car robbery spree.
A $30 Million Case of Corruption
Inside Five Aces, the largest-ever federal contracting bribery and bid-rigging scheme.
Self-Radicalized American Incited Violent Jihad Online
Pennsylvania man sentenced for soliciting others to engage in acts of terrorism in the U.S.
FBI Seeking Owners of Stolen Artwork
The FBI is seeking the owners of 28 rare maps and books stolen in a 2006 art crime case.
2013 Latent Hit of the Year Award
How the FBI’s fingerprint database helped police in California solve a 1999 murder.
Terror Financing: Tracking the Money Trails
Tracking the money trails to expose extremists and their networks of supporters.