After 20 years of service, a U.S. sailor aimed to sell top secret information to the Russians.
Continuing series shows how we’re helping the LAPD create a digitized homicide library.
A portfolio manager was convicted in “the most lucrative insider trading scheme ever charged.”
Corrupt DMV employees issued licenses for payments between $500 and $2,500.
Part 3 in our series looks at how one initiative is helping heal communities affected by gangs.
The second piece in our series looks at a gang homicide task force called Save Our Streets (SOS).
The first in a series of stories looks at the FBI’s innovative approach to a serious problem.
New awareness campaign highlights the dangers of pointing lasers at aircraft in flight.
Ongoing series looks at FBI’s role investigating murder spree in Atlanta that began in 1979.
Four MS-13 leaders were sentenced to life in prison for terrorizing the streets of Atlanta.
A Russian’s hacking of a U.S. bank in 1994 may have been the first online bank robbery.
Russian national whose SpyEye malware infected more than 1.4 million computers pleads guilty.
An escape from Leavenworth prison in 1910 led to one of the Bureau’s first investigations.
How a Texas man bankrolled an extravagant lifestyle until authorities caught up to him.
A Ponzi-like prepaid funeral scheme victimized 97,000 people in more than 16 states.
Our continuing series looks at Joseph Paul Franklin, who went on a horrific spree in 1977.
Our legal attaché in Nairobi discusses the attack on the Westgate shopping mall.
Our legal attaché talks about partnerships with Kenyans and our work in the region.
They may seem like a good deal, but knockoff products can put your health at risk.
A look back at 2013, from cyber crimes to espionage and multi-million-dollar fraud schemes.
The first part of our series looks back at some of 2013’s most significant terrorism cases.
The case of a Michigan man is a cautionary tale about online romance and revenge.
The case of a hospital worker who knowingly exposed patients to the hepatitis C virus.
Our office in Denmark may seem remote, but its reach extends far beyond borders.
It has been 10 years since the FBI established the Terrorist Explosive Device Analytical Center.
Fifty years ago, criminals engineered one of the most infamous kidnappings in U.S. history
To the fraudsters it seemed like the ultimate get. But the “victim” was an undercover FBI agent.
Vivek Shah was pursuing an acting career when he thought of a better way to make money.
Our gun background check system has processed more than 177 million requests.
Agencies last year reported 5,796 hate crime incidents involving 6,718 offenses.
A former FBI firearms and ballistics expert recalls his role in investigation 50 years ago.
A company claiming to be an institutional lender to executives was running a classic Ponzi scheme.
The third installment of our series looks at Ted Bundy’s prolific reign of terror.
The case of former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, who stole from citizens he vowed to serve.
Five fugitives are added to FBI list for their roles in hacking and fraud crimes.
The case of a New Jersey attorney whose criminal enterprise rivaled that of a mob boss.
Report shows 48 officers were killed last year as a result of felonious incidents.
A crime ring enlisted holders of short-term visas to commit fraud on a massive scale.
A need to better understand criminals and suspects led to the birth of FBI behavioral analysis.
Inside a scheme to sell unapproved drugs to doctors across the U.S.