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Oklahoma City Bombing: 20 Years Later

A look back at the deadliest act of homegrown terrorism in the nation’s history.

Violent Gangs: Kidnapping Crew Targeted Criminal Community

Inside the illegal enterprise of a violent street gang that targeted other criminals.

Public Corruption in Indian Country

Case is one example of how FBI agent helps protect his Native American community.

National Explosives Task Force

Multi-agency group of bomb experts uses intel to counter incidents.

FBI Establishes International Corruption Squads

FBI establishes new squads targeting foreign bribery and kleptocracy crimes.

Panel Conducts Review of FBI Since 9/11 Commission Report

Final report issued on FBI’s implementation of recommendations after 9/11.

Leader of Violent Street Gang Going to Prison

A multi-agency investigation dismantles a violent criminal organization.

Financial Fraud Scheme in Hollywood

Hollywood film scheme results in unhappy ending for more than 700 investors.

Law Enforcement and Race: Continuing the Conversation

Director Comey speaks more about law enforcement and race.

Adopt-A-School Program, Part 3: ‘I Promise to be a Good Citizen’

A look at how one school’s involvement with the FBI is having a positive impact on students.

The Cyber Action Team

Group of rapid deployment cyber experts respond to major computer intrusions.

Multi-State Fraudulent Document Ring Dismantled

Inside the case of a criminal organization that obtained false documents for illegal U.S. residents.

Joint Effort Takes Down Detroit-Based Robbery Group

Multi-agency effort dismantles one crew, but these incidents are on the rise.

A Ponzi Scheme Collapses

Nearly a dozen fraudsters behind a $40 million scam will be spending time behind bars.

Art Crime Team Celebrates 10th Anniversary, Part 2

Part 2 of an interview with the head of the FBI’s Art Crime Team on the occasion of its 10th anniversary.

Law Enforcement and Race

Director Comey cites ‘hard truths’ and calls for ‘open discussion.’

Art Crime Team Celebrates 10th Anniversary, Part 1

Art Crime Team marks 10 years of investigating thefts of art and cultural artifacts.

Former Los Alamos Lab Workers Sentenced

The case of a scientist and his wife who sold some of our nation’s nuclear secrets.

Drug Kingpin Dethroned

International investigation dismantles narcotics trafficking enterprise.

New Most Wanted Terrorist

Somali-born Liban Haji Mohamed is the latest addition to the list.

Human Trafficking Ring Dismantled

Case highlights National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.

The Case of the Stolen Stradivarius

The Art Crime Team’s role in the recovery of a rare 300-year-old violin.

Ransomware on the Rise

The malware’s use is increasing, but the FBI and partners are working to combat this cyber threat.

Extreme Case of Witness Intimidation

Inside an extreme case that resulted in justice for six slain victims of a drug trafficker.

Adopt-A-School Program, Part 2: Becoming a Junior Special Agent

Program gives kids information they need to stay away from crime and become good citizens.

Armenian Criminal Enterprise Dealt Serious Blow

Criminal enterprise disrupted through cooperative law enforcement effort.

Adopt-A-School Program, Part 1: Bringing a Message of Hope to Students

For 20 years, FBI employees have mentored and tutored students in disadvantaged communities.

FBI Seeking Tech Experts to Become Cyber Special Agents

The FBI is recruiting the best technical talent to join the ranks of cyber special agents.

Digital Billboard Initiative

Initiative allows fugitive and other information to quickly reach the public, with great success.

FBI Releases 2013 National Incident-Based Reporting System Statistics

Expanded crime statistics from National Incident-Based Reporting System released.

The Fraudster Who Faked His Own Death: Inside the Aubrey Lee Price Case

The case of a minister-turned drug dealer who faked suicide after his Ponzi scheme failed.

A Byte Out of History: The Bureau’s Role During Early World War I Years

The Bureau played a small but important role during the early years of World War I.

Director Pledges Continued Support for Indian Country Crime Victims

Director Comey pledges continued support for crime victims on tribal lands.

Latest Hate Crime Statistics Report Released

Latest report shows slight decrease in reported incidents, includes new data.

New Top Ten Fugitive: Help Us Find a Murderer

Yaser Abdel Said is wanted for the brutal murder of his two teenage daughters in Texas.

FBI WMD Exercise Tests Response to Chemical Attack

Exercise in Houston tests how well emergency responders work together following chemical attack.

Annual ‘Officers Killed’ Report More Than a Tally of Losses

More than a tally of losses, annual LEOKA report gathers data to help prevent future incidents.

In the Line of Duty: 2013 LEOKA Report Released

According to latest report, 76 officers were killed in line-of-duty incidents last year.

Honoring the Fallen

Ceremony marks 20-year anniversary of fatal attack on two FBI agents and a police sergeant.

Prison Plot Foiled: Murder Witness Threatened from Jail

Prison inmate and psychologist who loved him charged with threatening a murder witness.