Bank Fraud Hits Home
Bribes, kickbacks, and gifts at center of one of the largest credit union collapses in U.S. history.
New Website Targets Bank Robbers Nationwide
New national site features suspect gallery, search, and plotted map of crime locations.
Dismantling the Triangle Terror Group
Inside the four-year investigation of a North Carolina man’s terrorism conspiracy.
Annual Hate Crimes Report Released
U.S. law enforcement agencies reported 6,222 hate crime incidents involving 7,254 offenses in 2011.
Eco-Terrorist Surrenders; Two Fugitives Still at Large
A woman is in custody while two others are still wanted in largest-ever U.S. eco-terrorism case.
Would-Be Terrorist was One Chemical Away from Building Bomb
How a company’s tip helped unravel a man’s deadly plans to build a powerful bomb.
Estate Planner Victimized Terminally Ill
Scheme stole identities of terminally ill individuals to get millions in death benefits.
Teaching Industry How to Protect Trade Secrets and National Security
Teaching industry how to protect trade secrets and national security.
North to Alaska, Part 4: The Shot That Pierced the Trans-Alaska Pipeline
A remote FBI office helps protect some of the country’s most valuable infrastructure.
Report on Law Enforcement Officer Deaths Released
Annual report shows 72 law enforcement officers made the ultimate sacrifice in 2011.
LCD Price Fixing Conspiracy
Inside a five-year conspiracy to fix prices of LDC panels on laptops, monitors and, televisions.
Two Most Wanted Terrorists Named
Two men—one a U.S. citizen—have been added to the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists list.
In Alaska, A Domestic Terrorist with a Deadly Plan
How agents in Alaska uncovered and stopped one man’s plot to attack U.S. military sites.
Putting the Brakes on Health Care Fraud
Wanted fugitives bilked Medicare and insurance companies for an estimated $70 million.
Two Women Agents Have Made the Ultimate Sacrifice
Our series concludes with a look at two agents who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Annual Crime in the U.S. Report Released
Annual figures released for reported violent crimes and property crimes in the U.S. in 2011.
Cyber Division Focusing on Hackers and Intrusions
The FBI’s Cyber Division is focusing squarely on hackers and online intrusion threats.
Lou Peters Helped Bring Down a Mob Boss
How a California car dealer went undercover for the FBI and brought down a mob boss.
In Alaska, an Explosive Situation in the Dead of Winter
Neutralizing an explosives threat in sub-zero temperatures presents special challenges.
New Cyber Safety Website for Teachers, Students
FBI unveils revamped SOS website to help teachers educate students about cyber safety.