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05.13.15
05.12.15

Alabama Jeweler Sentenced in Federal Court

How an Alabama jeweler got caught pawning his own “stolen” diamonds.
05.01.15

Community Partners Recognized

2014 Director’s Community Leadership Award recipients honored.
04.22.15
04.16.15

Oklahoma City Bombing: 20 Years Later

A look back at the deadliest act of homegrown terrorism in the nation’s history.
04.10.15

Violent Gangs: Kidnapping Crew Targeted Criminal Community

Inside the illegal enterprise of a violent street gang that targeted other criminals.
04.07.15

Public Corruption in Indian Country

Case is one example of how FBI agent helps protect his Native American community.
04.03.15

National Explosives Task Force

Multi-agency group of bomb experts uses intel to counter incidents.
03.30.15

FBI Establishes International Corruption Squads

FBI establishes new squads targeting foreign bribery and kleptocracy crimes.
03.27.15
03.25.15

Panel Conducts Review of FBI Since 9/11 Commission Report

Final report issued on FBI’s implementation of recommendations after 9/11.
03.20.15

Leader of Violent Street Gang Going to Prison

A multi-agency investigation dismantles a violent criminal organization.
03.17.15

Financial Fraud Scheme in Hollywood

Hollywood film scheme results in unhappy ending for more than 700 investors.
03.13.15

Law Enforcement and Race: Continuing the Conversation

Director Comey speaks more about law enforcement and race.
03.10.15

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.
02.23.15

A Ponzi Scheme Collapses

Nearly a dozen fraudsters behind a $40 million scam will be spending time behind bars.
02.20.15
02.18.15

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.
02.12.15

Law Enforcement and Race

Director Comey cites ‘hard truths’ and calls for ‘open discussion.’
02.09.15