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A woman who churned out thousands of fake coupons was sentenced to more than 12 years in prison and ordered to pay $31.8 million in restitution—a conservative estimate of what she helped steal from stores, restaurants, and product makers.
As part of a series of events honoring law enforcement personnel who have died in the line of duty, the FBI recognized the sacrifices of its partners and honored its own fallen.
After leaving the FBI to work with a private cyber incident response firm, Special Agent Brett Yeager felt drawn to return to the FBI and its cyber mission.
The FBI is seeking a fugitive producer from New Zealand who allegedly coerced hundreds of young women into filming sexually explicit videos for his pornography websites.
Evidence teams close the gap between a crime scene and the FBI Laboratory. Get an inside look at the Evidence Response Team Basic Course, where team members learn to process a scene with precision and care.
Peer into the Evidence Response Team toolbox to see how everyday items and specialized equipment help the team process a scene.
A man who stole radiological devices containing Iridium-192 and was intent on hurting himself and others has been sentenced after pleading guilty to attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction.
A Pennsylvania man who orchestrated a $59 million Ponzi scheme targeting fellow members of the Mennonite and Amish religious communities is spending time behind bars.
In the moments after the country was attacked 20 years ago, many felt a profound new calling—a desire to help and to serve. It set some on a path to the FBI.
Octaviano Juarez-Corro, who allegedly killed two people and injured three others when he brazenly fired multiple shots into a crowded Milwaukee park, has been added to the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list.
The FBI has launched the Beacon Project, a program designed to create mutually beneficial relationships between the Bureau and Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Twenty years after 9/11, personnel who responded to the attacks are still struggling with health issues related to exposure to toxins in the aftermath. More than 100 FBI employees have been affected thus far, and 17 have died as a result of their illnesses.
Twenty years later, the attacks of September 11 remain one of the most pivotal points in American history—and for the FBI, which still counts terrorism as the gravest threat to the U.S.
The FBI’s participation at a virtual National Girl Scout STEM Festival showed how much both organizations stand to gain from a closer relationship.
A Virginia obstetrician/gynecologist received a 59-year prison term after convincing women they needed unnecessary surgeries so he could profit from their insurance providers.
Get an inside look at the FBI’s Honors Internship Program from members of this summer’s intern class.
A spate of plane hijackings in 1961 prompted Congress to strengthen laws against crimes in the air.
A special agent in the San Juan Division is one of just a few African American women in the Bureau’s history to be selected for an FBI SWAT team.
A special agent in the San Juan Division is believed to be the first Black female in the FBI’s history to be selected to a SWAT team.
The Oklahoma City Field Office has become one of the FBI’s busiest in the year since the Supreme Court affirmed that much of the eastern half of the state is tribal land.