The three teenage girls from Colorado swapped Twitter messages about marriage and religion with recruiters for the Islamic State group, then set out for Syria with passports and thousands of dollars in stolen cash. Authorities intercepted them in Germany, then returned them to their families without criminal charges.
Bureau cybersecurity agent tells a Senate panel the malware used to hack Sony would have gotten past about 90 percent of online defense programs.
New racial profiling guidelines being announced by the Obama administration would restrict the ability of the FBI and other law enforcement agencies to take into account religion, national origin and other characteristics during investigations. But they would exempt agents from the Department of Homeland Security who do border checks and screen passengers at airports, according to a U.S. official familiar with the plans.
More gun sales than ever are slipping through the federal background check system — 186,000 last year, a rate of 512 gun sales a day, as states fail to consistently provide thorough, real-time updates on criminal and mental histories to the FBI.
The FBI has sent nearly 100 additional agents to Ferguson, Missouri, to help law enforcement there as officials prepare for possible unrest ahead of a grand jury decision in the Michael Brown shooting.
A memorial service was to be held Friday for two FBI agents and a District of Columbia police sergeant shot and killed 20 years ago inside the Metropolitan Police Department’s headquarters, an event that shocked the city at a time when it was known as the nation’s murder capital.
A 12-year-old Baltimore County girl has gone missing, and police are asking for the public’s help to find her.
An FBI agent was suspended indefinitely Friday and several people who were convicted of crimes have been released from prison as a result of the agent’s misconduct, the FBI says.
The long-abandoned Landover Mall is just a ghost, surrounded by an ugly chain link fence and weeds reaching to the sky.
An unidentified body exhumed in Alabama is not the man accused of using a sledgehammer to kill his family in Maryland in 1976, the FBI said Wednesday.