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Seeking Information in International Child Exploitation CaseOpen in a New Window

We need your help to identify victims of suspected serial child predator William James Vahey.


The Gangs of Los Angeles, Part 6: Working to Make a DifferenceOpen in a New Window

Our series ends with a closer look at an FBI agent who is dedicated to making a difference.


Students Abroad Warned of Foreign Intelligence ThreatOpen in a New Window

College students studying overseas warned of foreign intelligence recruitment threat.


William Bradford Bishop Added to FBI Top Ten ListOpen in a New Window

A man wanted for killing his Maryland family in 1976 is named to the Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list.


Psychologist Specializes in Kidnapping, Hostage CasesOpen in a New Window

How an FBI psychologist helps investigators and victims in hostage cases.


FBI Honors Community LeadersOpen in a New Window

Director Comey honored 58 recipients in a ceremony at FBI Headquarters.


Child Predator: Help Us Identify John Doe 28Open in a New Window

We need your help to identify John Doe 28 and put a stop to his sexual exploitation of children.


New Top Ten FugitiveOpen in a New Window

MS-13 member and alleged murderer Juan Elias Garcia surrendered in Nicaragua.


The Exxon Valdez, 25 Years AfterOpen in a New Window

25 years after the oil spill, we continue to support our partners on environmental crime cases.


Help Us Find a KillerOpen in a New Window

Reward offered for information in the 2009 Iraq murder of U.S. contractor James Kitterman.


Investigating Tax Refund FraudOpen in a New Window

We work with our federal partners to combat the rising tide of tax-related identity theft.


Serial Killers, Part 6: Andrew Cunanan Murders a Fashion IconOpen in a New Window

Our series looks at Andrew Cunanan, who murdered fashion icon Gianni Versace in 1997.


The Gangs of Los Angeles, Part 5: The Power of Partners and IntelligenceOpen in a New Window

Partnerships and intelligence are key in dismantling gangs and helping communities.


Naval Espionage: Stopping a Dangerous Insider ThreatOpen in a New Window

After 20 years of service, a U.S. sailor aimed to sell top secret information to the Russians.


The Gangs of Los Angeles, Part 4: The Homicide LibraryOpen in a New Window

Continuing series shows how we’re helping the LAPD create a digitized homicide library.


Historic Insider Trading SchemeOpen in a New Window

A portfolio manager was convicted in “the most lucrative insider trading scheme ever charged.”


Corruption in a San Diego Motor Vehicle OfficeOpen in a New Window

Corrupt DMV employees issued licenses for payments between $500 and $2,500.


The Gangs of Los Angeles, Part 3: Helping to Heal CommunitiesOpen in a New Window

Part 3 in our series looks at how one initiative is helping heal communities affected by gangs.


The Gangs of Los Angeles, Part 2: Operation Save Our StreetsOpen in a New Window

The second piece in our series looks at a gang homicide task force called Save Our Streets (SOS).


The Gangs of Los Angeles, Part 1Open in a New Window

The first in a series of stories looks at the FBI’s innovative approach to a serious problem.


Protecting Aircraft from Lasers: New Program Offers Rewards for InformationOpen in a New Window

New awareness campaign highlights the dangers of pointing lasers at aircraft in flight.


Serial Killers, Part 5: Wayne Williams and the Atlanta Child MurdersOpen in a New Window

Ongoing series looks at FBI’s role investigating murder spree in Atlanta that began in 1979.


Four MS-13 Leaders Sentenced in AtlantaOpen in a New Window

Four MS-13 leaders were sentenced to life in prison for terrorizing the streets of Atlanta.


Byte Out of History: $10 Million Hack, 1994-StyleOpen in a New Window

A Russian’s hacking of a U.S. bank in 1994 may have been the first online bank robbery.


SpyEye Malware Mastermind Pleads GuiltyOpen in a New Window

Russian national whose SpyEye malware infected more than 1.4 million computers pleads guilty.


Byte Out of History: The Five-Decade Fugitive ChaseOpen in a New Window

An escape from Leavenworth prison in 1910 led to one of the Bureau’s first investigations.


Fugitive Identity Thief Led Global Criminal EnterpriseOpen in a New Window

How a Texas man bankrolled an extravagant lifestyle until authorities caught up to him.


Prepaid Funeral ScamOpen in a New Window

A Ponzi-like prepaid funeral scheme victimized 97,000 people in more than 16 states.


Serial Killers, Part 4: Joseph Paul FranklinOpen in a New Window

Our continuing series looks at Joseph Paul Franklin, who went on a horrific spree in 1977.


A Conversation with Our Legal Attaché in Nairobi, Part 2Open in a New Window

Our legal attaché in Nairobi discusses the attack on the Westgate shopping mall.


A Conversation with Our Legal Attaché in Nairobi, Part 1Open in a New Window

Our legal attaché talks about partnerships with Kenyans and our work in the region.


Counterfeit Cosmetics, Fragrances Hazardous to Your HealthOpen in a New Window

They may seem like a good deal, but knockoff products can put your health at risk.


The Year in Review, Part 2Open in a New Window

A look back at 2013, from cyber crimes to espionage and multi-million-dollar fraud schemes.


The Year in Review, Part 1Open in a New Window

The first part of our series looks back at some of 2013’s most significant terrorism cases.


Cautionary Tale of Online Romance and RevengeOpen in a New Window

The case of a Michigan man is a cautionary tale about online romance and revenge.


‘Serial Infector’ Gets 39 Years for Hepatitis C OutbreakOpen in a New Window

The case of a hospital worker who knowingly exposed patients to the hepatitis C virus.


Partnerships Pay Dividends at Copenhagen Legal AttachéOpen in a New Window

Our office in Denmark may seem remote, but its reach extends far beyond borders.


TEDAC Marks 10-Year AnniversaryOpen in a New Window

It has been 10 years since the FBI established the Terrorist Explosive Device Analytical Center.


The Kidnapping of Frank Sinatra, Jr.Open in a New Window

Fifty years ago, criminals engineered one of the most infamous kidnappings in U.S. history


Billion-Dollar Investment FraudOpen in a New Window

To the fraudsters it seemed like the ultimate get. But the “victim” was an undercover FBI agent.
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