Two decades ago, computer viruses were still relatively new notions to most Americans, but the fast-moving and destructive Melissa virus changed that in a significant way and showed many the darker side of the web.
For two decades, members of the FBI's Evidence Response Teams have trained on properly excavating burial sites at the Anthropology Research Facility in Knoxville, Tennessee.
A company that was investigated for making false statements regarding the levels of formaldehyde in its laminate flooring products has agreed to pay a $33 million penalty for securities fraud.
A real estate fraudster who targeted victims with limited English proficiency was sentenced for swindling homeowners and would-be homeowners out of more than $1 million.
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The FBI is trying to track down the location of Marysol Pena, a convicted drug trafficker with alleged connections to a Mexican drug cartel.
During Women’s History Month, the FBI appreciates the many contributions and achievements of women in the Bureau and in all government.
On the 69th anniversary of the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List, the Bureau attributes the public’s help to much of the list’s success.