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A lengthy FBI investigation resulted in guilty pleas from two men who admitted to their roles in stealing trade secrets from General Electric to start a competing business in another country.
Get an interactive look at how the FBI’s Underwater Post-Blast Investigation course prepares the nation's public safety bomb tech divers to counter threats in their home harbors and waterways.
When a Texas school district fell victim to a $2 million business email compromise scheme, a Florida man moved much of the stolen money away from law enforcement’s grasp—and is now spending time behind bars.
The FBI's Endangered Child Alert Program and Operation Rescue Me initiative support an urgent effort to identify and aid the young victims being harmed in images of child sexual abuse.
Three roommates planned out a profitable bank heist with a movie-worthy plot twist. Unfortunately for the criminals, the story’s ending was written by the FBI and our partners.
When an Atlanta tech company fell victim to a hacker, its quick reaction and collaboration with the FBI helped find and convict the culprit.
Over nearly two decades, Kathryn Turman has developed and shaped the FBI's approach to victim services and achieved an abiding life goal to make a contribution.
Learn how to protect yourself, your family, and your wallet from emerging crimes against children and financial scams related to the COVID-19 crisis.
A scientist working for a U.S. energy company in Oklahoma was sentenced for stealing valuable trade secrets for the benefit of a Chinese firm.
In recognition of National Missing Children’s Day on May 25, we highlight the successful recovery of a missing Washington girl in Mexico as just one example of the work the FBI does every day to bring missing kids home to their families—and we couldn't do it without the public’s help.
A youth football coach and his co-conspirators have been sentenced for stealing millions of dollars from Medicaid by using children’s information to bill for fake mental health treatments.
The crimes catalogued by the Internet Crime Complaint Center mirror the evolution of the web across two decades—growing in sophistication and number as the internet grows ever more essential to our lives.
To honor the memory of the daughter of a retired agent, FBI volunteers help law enforcement families with sick children receiving treatment at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
An FBI agent who has dedicated much of his career to pursuing those who exploit children shares the details of one investigation and offers tips for parents and caregivers on keeping kids safe.