2015 Biometric Identification Award
A Virginia investigator played a key role in identifying a violent serial offender.
Partnerships are key to combating criminal threats that spill across borders.
Latest Hate Crime Statistics Available
2014 report shows decrease in incidents, contains info on offenses, victims, offenders.
Newseum Goes “Inside Today’s FBI”
Updated version of popular, long-running FBI exhibit opens at Newseum in Washington, D.C.
The FBI and the Oakland Police Department have formed a unique partnership.
Navy Engineer Sentenced for Attempted Espionage
Navy engineer sentenced for passing schematics on newest nuclear aircraft carrier.
Public Corruption Fugitive Extradited to U.S.
Former Ohio deputy treasurer returns from Pakistan to face justice for his crimes.
Inside the investigation of a construction boss behind a $58 million HOA scam.
Annual event facilitates exchange of latest research on lawful interrogations.
Operation Northern Spotlight
FBI, Canadian authorities announce results of human trafficking investigation.
In the Line of Duty: 2014 LEOKA Report Released
Our latest report shows that 96 officers were killed in the line of duty last year.
Reward Raised to $50,000 in 1995 Alabama Murder Case
The FBI is offering a reward of up to $50,000 for information leading directly to the arrest of Kevin Lamont Carter, a convicted felon wanted for his alleged involvement in the murder of his girlfriend in Selma, Alabama in 1995.
Jewelry Store Robberies
An FBI-led task force helped put two armed and violent criminals behind bars.
Business E-Mail Compromise
A sophisticated scam is costing companies worldwide millions of dollars.
ISIL and Antiquities Trafficking
The FBI is asking for help in halting the trade of looted and stolen cultural artifacts.
Inside the case of a hospice executive who falsified millions of dollars’ worth of claims.
Former DuPont Employee Sentenced
DuPont employee sentenced for role in conspiracy to steal Kevlar-related proprietary information.
Loan Sharks Sentenced
Leaders of Albanian crime group used violence and intimidation in business dealings.
Attacks on Arkansas Power Grid
A man who conducted multiple acts of sabotage was sentenced to 15 years in prison.
Byte Out of History
A look at the FBI’s involvement in an early election fraud case.