Even the Feds are upset about losing that magnificent son of a b*tch.
The three men, originally from Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, planned to travel to Syria. They also planned to bomb Coney Island or legally buy guns to shoot police officers and soldiers.
FBI Director James B. Comey delivered a blunt speech on race and the justice system on Thursday, saying law enforcement authorities needed to address “hard truths” of unconscious biases, cynicism, and “lazy shortcuts.” He even quoted from Avenue Q.
Pedro Mascheroni, 79, was arrested after an FBI sting operation in which he offered to help a person he believed to be a Venezuelan intelligence officer develop a nuclear warhead.
The FBI charged three Russian citizens on suspicion of engaging in economic espionage. One of them has been arrested, two of them remain at large.
The white police officer who shot an unarmed black teenager last summer had faced civil rights charges. Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. and his civil rights chief, though, will have the final say.
The 18-year-old was arrested in Southport, United Kingdom, for hacking PlayStation and Xbox on Christmas Day.
The man allegedly intended to detonate pipe bombs and kill lawmakers.
Michael Robert Hoyt was indicted last week for allegedly plotting to shoot the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Khairullozhon Matanov, 24, a friend of Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev who allegedly met and spoke with the brothers multiple times during the week of the Boston bombing, filed a motion to enter a new plea in his obstruction of justice case. He is expected to plead guilty.
Prosecutors have recommended charges for the former military leader for leaking documents to his former mistress, Paula Broadwell.
Federal authorities are offering $10,000 to anyone with information leading to the capture of the suspect.
Thaddeus Murphy, 44, has been arrested for the January incident. Authorities believe he was attacking an accountant over a tax records dispute, not the NAACP.
Jeremiah M. Perez, 33, was arrested Monday in Colorado Springs after allegedly posting online threats to kill police officers.
The NYPD and the FBI cooperated on the months-long investigation, leading to the arrest of two former Delta Airlines employees. The conspirators allegedly brought loaded guns on board commercial flights in their carry-on luggage.
Pyongyang has labeled U.S. government claims that it was responsible for the hack as “groundless and slanderous.”
It’s extremely rare for the U.S. to officially blame a nation for a cyberattack. Meanwhile, the hackers sent Sony a message saying they were “wise” to cancel the release of The Interview.
An FBI hate crime report released today says only 33 people were targeted in bias crimes for their gender identity in the United States in 2013. By way of comparison, the NCAVP issued a comprehensive report in May that found 344 transgender people were the victims of hate-motivated violence last year.
Abdisamad Sheikh Hussein, 15, was killed after he was struck by an SUV in Kansas City.
The FBI is warning businesses that hackers have used “destructive malware” to launch cyber attacks in the U.S.
A Federal Bureau of Investigation agent pulled the ruse in order to capture a 15-year-old accused of making bomb threats in Seattle. The agency has employed similar tactics in the past.
The successor website to the original Silk Road allegedly enabled 150,000 users to trade drugs and other illegal goods online, prosecutors said.
The Frenchman famous for his anarchic Vines was reportedly detained by police after stripping down to his Speedos during a flight to Miami.
The letter comes after agents created a fake Associated Press article to nab a suspected school bomber in Seattle in 2007. This is the latest in a series of incidents in which cops have been criticized for pretending to be someone else.
Court documents allege the Federal Bureau of Investigation had Caesar’s Palace employees shut off an internet connection so that its agents could dress up as technicians and gain access to several rooms. A professional poker player and an alleged World Cup betting ring.
The FBI fabricated a news story and posted it on a fake Seattle Times website to identify a bomb threat suspect. The paper is outraged.
Robel Phillipos was convicted on two counts of lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation during the probe into the Boston Marathon bombing.
The FBI’s threat assessment was based on the execution of two journalists by the terrorist group, statements on social media and potential mobilization of more kidnappers.
President Obama has been briefed, but the threat level across most of the federal government has not been changed.
Our get-it-now economy depends on enormous, futuristic warehouses — but the people who live in their shadows face lung-stunting pollution and, in some cases, political corruption.