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Inside a three-year investigation of a college sports bribery conspiracy.
New report by Internet Crime Complaint Center shows victims lost an average of $4,600 in 2012.
Preliminary FBI stats show 47 officers were feloniously killed in the line of duty last year.
Our interview with the FBI’s top HR executive looks at the Leadership Development Program.
Top HR executive talks about the importance of leadership at all levels of the organization.
Fugitive Joanne Chesimard is added to list for killing a N.J. state trooper 40 years ago.
When not at crime and disaster scenes, Evidence Response Team members try to inspire kids.
The case of a military police officer who tried to sell classified documents to the Russians.
More than 7,000 guns in the FBI reference firearms collection help investigators solve crimes.
A look back at the FBI’s investigation of a Louisiana congressman’s bribery schemes.
In a ceremony at Headquarters, the Director presented awards to 58 remarkable recipients.
Cryptanalysts in our Laboratory are pros at cracking codes. Try your hand at one.
Our series ends with a look at the HRT’s role in a sobering mission in the Gulf of Aden.
An FBI memo in 1950 regarding an unconfirmed account of “flying saucers” still stirs interest.
The FBI and the Gardner Museum in Boston are seeking the return of 13 pieces of art stolen in 1990.
Cartha DeLoach, a trusted adviser to J. Edgar Hoover who led the MLK probe, dies at 92.
An MS-13 gang member wanted for murder has been named to the Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list.
The case of a Middle Eastern crime ring shows how millions in goods are swiped annually.
One of the FBI’s first HRT members reflects on his experiences as the team turns 30.
Our continuing series goes inside a night-training exercise to capture a would-be bomber.
Director says network intrusions pose urgent threat to nation’s security and economy.
Inside the case of a courthouse bomber whose motive was to collect a reward in the case.
It was 70 years ago, during World War II, that the Bureau opened a liaison office in the U.K.
Our continuing series goes behind the scenes at the HRT’s New Operator Training School.
How an Iowa brokerage firm CEO stole millions from more than 13,000 investors.
The second story in our series looks at the grueling process for selecting HRT members.
Sixteen individuals were sentenced for hate crimes against Amish residents in Ohio.
Tricks like an Alabama man’s claim to be Justin Bieber target minors on social websites.
Federal law enforcement’s only full-time counterterrorism unit celebrates 30 years.
Two years ago this month, we enhanced our outreach efforts with a Spanish-language webpage.
The espionage case of Alger Hiss, who was convicted 63 years ago this month.
A Detroit doctor took advantage of severely mentally disabled adults to line his own pockets.
A 2006 “hitman” case illustrates the FBI’s continued investigative role since the 1930s.
Preliminary report of violent and property crimes during first six months of 2012.
What the FBI and partners are doing to go after traffickers and help the victims.
Computer Analysis Response Teams provide digital forensic services in more and more cases.
How a Joint Terrorism Task Force thwarted a bombing last year at the U.S. Capitol.
A look at 2012’s top cases, from white-collar and cyber crimes to economic espionage.
As 2012 comes to a close, we look back at some of our most significant terrorism-related cases.