A Maryland man was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison for conspiring to provide material support and resources to the terror group ISIS and for engaging in terrorist activity.
At an event organized by the FBI and the Chicago White Sox, hundreds of baseballs and bats seized during a sports memorabilia fraud case were donated to inner-city youth baseball leagues.
In a bait-and-switch scheme, a group of fraudsters used educational programs for veterans to enrich themselves while cheating service members out of an education they were entitled to under the law.
The developer of a malicious piece of software called NanoCore RAT—which allowed hackers to steal sensitive information and even access the webcams of infected computers—will be spending time behind bars.
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The FBI has launched a national initiative to mitigate the evolving threat of skimming fraud and dismantle the transnational organized crime groups who commit it.
Hundreds of students from a wide range of academic areas and backgrounds are spending 10 weeks this summer getting an insider’s view of the FBI.
Antwan Mims, a known gang member who allegedly executed two men in Michigan, has been added to the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list.