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FBI News
Dec 07, 2022

National Academy Class Rallies to Support Texas Boy's Goal
With more than 50 agencies in attendance, the class helped an 11-year-old from Pearland, Texas, get closer to his goal of being sworn in by 758 law enforcement agencies.

FBI News
Nov 21, 2022

Investigation into Online Drug Vendor Illuminates Counterfeit Pill Danger
A suspect in Los Angeles was allegedly manufacturing and shipping large quantities of fake pills and other dangerous drugs. Fake prescription medications and drugs laced with fentanyl and other powerful substances are linked to a growing number of overdose deaths nationwide.

FBI News
Nov 16, 2022

Investigation Thwarts Brazen Bribery Scheme
An attorney, an elected official, and a businessman engaged in an outrageous corruption scheme, but the FBI thwarted their efforts.

FBI News
Nov 15, 2022

More than 40 Arrested in Violent Gang Takedown in Arkansas
The FBI, along with federal, state, and local partners, arrested 45 people for drug and firearm crimes last week in Pine Bluff and Little Rock, Arkansas.

FBI News
Nov 14, 2022

FBI Recruiting Road Trip Brings Promising Returns
The FBI visited 11 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) this fall in an effort to draw more candidates from diverse backgrounds into the FBI.

FBI News
Nov 09, 2022

FBI and Wounded Warrior Regiment Connect for Career and Fitness Event
The FBI and U.S. Marine Corps held a unified physical training event, along with a career fair, at Marine Corps Base Quantico.

FBI News
Nov 01, 2022

Putting the Brakes on Catalytic Converter Thefts
More than 20 people have been charged in connection with a nationwide, multimillion-dollar scheme involving stolen catalytic converters, thanks to an investigation by the FBI and our partners.

FBI News
Oct 13, 2022

FBI Training Facility at Quantico Turns 50
Students who have attended the National Academy and the FBI Training Academy at Quantico over the last five decades have helped raise the standard for law enforcement worldwide.

FBI News
Sep 21, 2022

Dozens Charged in $250 Million COVID Fraud Scheme
Forty-seven suspects have been charged with defrauding a federally funded child nutrition program out of more than $250 million.

FBI News
Sep 16, 2022

Partnership with Italian Authorities Leads to Artwork Return
The FBI located and returned several pieces of historic art, including a gold coin and tapestries, back to Italy.

FBI News
Sep 13, 2022

FBI, Partners Working in Concert to Curb Violent Crime
This summer, the FBI and our partners have arrested thousands of violent criminals and taken guns off the streets.

FBI News
Sep 07, 2022

Michael James Pratt Named to FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List
The owner and operator of a pornography production company is charged with sex trafficking and production of child pornography.

FBI News
Sep 02, 2022

FBI Returns 2,000-Year-Old Italian Art That Languished in a Los Angeles Storage Facility for Decades
The FBI returned several pieces of art found in the U.S. to their rightful home in Italy.

FBI News
Aug 15, 2022

Operation Cross Country Recovers Trafficking Victims
A multi-week operation led by the FBI and its law enforcement partners helped recover victims of human trafficking.

FBI News
Aug 15, 2022

Operation Cross County Recovers Trafficking Victims
A multi-week operation led by the FBI and its law enforcement partners helped recover victims of human trafficking.

FBI News
Aug 11, 2022

Estimates Will Help Fill in Crime Statistics Gap
When the annual Crime in the United States data is released this fall, it will look different from previous releases.

FBI News
Jul 21, 2022

Events Mark the 50th Anniversary of Female Special Agents in the FBI
Events at the Training Academy in Quantico, Virginia, and FBI Headquarters in D.C. brought together some of the Bureau's first female agents with current executives and new agents in training to mark 50 years of female special agents in the FBI.

FBI News
Jul 20, 2022

Omar Cardenas Added to Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List
Omar Alexander Cardenas, wanted for his alleged involvement in the murder of a man and unlawful flight to avoid prosecution, has been added to the Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list.

FBI News
Jul 11, 2022

One Family, Two Trailblazers
Retired Special Agent Paula Smith and her brother, Steve, a former NASA astronaut, share the story of how the FBI flag made it to space.

FBI News
Jul 07, 2022

50th Anniversary of Female Special Agents
50 years after the first women entered the Training Academy, female agents are leading and shaping the FBI.

FBI News
Jul 06, 2022

Director Visits United Kingdom for Meetings with Counterparts
Director Christopher Wray recently visited the United Kingdom to meet with his counterparts.

FBI News
Jun 30, 2022

Ruja Ignatova Added to FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List
The FBI today announced the addition of Ruja Ignatova to its Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list for her alleged leadership of a massive fraud scheme that affected millions of investors worldwide.

FBI News
Jun 30, 2022

FBI Working to Combat Violent Crime Nationally
As part of our ongoing efforts to address violent crime nationally, the FBI and our partners made several key arrests around the country recently.

FBI News
May 11, 2022

FBI Honors Fallen During 2022 Police Week Events
As the nation recognizes Police Week, FBI Director Christopher Wray expressed his gratitude to law enforcement officers nationwide.

FBI News
May 10, 2022

Former FBI Director Airs Warning About Elder Fraud
The former director of the FBI and CIA is warning older people—as well as their loved ones and caregivers—to be aware of elder fraud schemes.

FBI News
Apr 30, 2022

FBI Defeats U.S. Secret Service in Charity Hockey Game
The FBI defeated hockey rivals the U.S. Secret Service, as the annual charity game tradition between the two agencies resumes.

FBI News
Apr 27, 2022

Administrative Professionals Helped Run the FBI in Its Earliest Days
On this Administrative Professionals Day, we look back at assistants who were crucial to the FBI during its earliest days.

FBI News
Apr 21, 2022

Bomb Squads Safely Handle Decades-Old Military Explosives
FBI and local police bomb squads are frequently called to homes where decades-old military explosives have been found.

FBI News
Apr 07, 2022

Farmers, Agents Convicted in Crop Insurance Program Fraud Scheme in Kentucky
Nearly two dozen people have pleaded guilty to criminal charges in a widespread, multimillion dollar scheme to defraud both federal and private crop insurance programs.

FBI News
Mar 30, 2022

Coordinated Global Operation Disrupted BEC Schemes
Operation Eagle Sweep targeted BEC scammers believed to be responsible for victimizing at least 500 people in the United States.

FBI News
Mar 24, 2022

Russian Government Employees Charged in Hacking Campaigns
Four Russian nationals who worked for the Russian government were charged in connection with cyber intrusions that targeted the global energy sector between 2012 and 2018.

FBI News
Mar 23, 2022

Getting Them to the Fight
Get an interactive look at how the mobility operators within the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team train to get to any location, under any conditions.

FBI News
Mar 18, 2022

Director Addresses Black Law Enforcement Leaders
In a speech at the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives conference, FBI Director Christopher Wray discussed violent crime reduction efforts and law enforcement data collections.

FBI News
Mar 09, 2022

FBI Continues Outreach and Recruiting at HBCUs
FBI leaders and executives from 25 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) met in Mississippi as part of a program created to strengthen community ties and improve the diversity of the FBI.

FBI News
Feb 16, 2022

CEO's Theft Leads to Closure of Credit Union
The leader of a small town credit union brazenly stole more than $2 million from the bank, causing the demise of the institution founded by her own grandparents decades ago.

FBI News
Feb 11, 2022

FBI Miami Marks One-Year Anniversary of Agents' Deaths
A year after Special Agents Daniel Alfin and Laura Schwartzenberger were killed in the line of duty, the FBI's Miami Field Office is still grieving, but moving forward—determined to forever honor their fallen colleagues' memories and live up to the high standards they set.

FBI News
Feb 03, 2022

Community Outreach Seeks to Improve Hate Crime Reporting
In FBI field offices nationwide, agents and community outreach specialists are working every day to boost reporting in support of a comprehensive effort to combat hate crimes.

FBI News
Feb 01, 2022

Director Wray Addresses Threats Posed to the U.S. by China
In a speech at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, FBI Director Christopher Wray discussed the myriad threats our nation faces from the Chinese government and Chinese Communist Party.

FBI News
Jan 27, 2022

Landmark Federal Hate Crime Conviction
Working with the FBI and the Santa Cruz Police Department, the Northern District of California prosecuted its first case under the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act.

FBI News
Dec 07, 2021

Cyber Academy Focuses on Private Sector Partnerships
The Chief Information Security Officer Academy gives select personnel at private sector companies a chance to connect with FBI cyber experts and learn how to work with the FBI and partners when a cyber breach occurs.

FBI News
Dec 01, 2021

Nursing Assistant Sentenced for Murdering Patients
A woman who killed several patients at a Veterans Affairs medical center in West Virginia by injecting them with unnecessary insulin was sentenced to life in prison for her crimes.

FBI News
Nov 22, 2021

Citizens Academy Alumni Build Trust and Support
FBI leaders recognized the non-profit FBI Citizens Academy Alumni Association and its members for their uniquely local efforts to help their communities and the FBI.

FBI News
Oct 26, 2021

FBI and Partners Target Online Drug Markets
As drug overdose deaths hit a new high in the United States, the FBI and its JCODE partners continue to target the darknet vendors who make dangerous drugs accessible at a click.

FBI News
Oct 21, 2021

Extreme Couponing: Criminal Edition
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.

FBI News
Oct 18, 2021

FBI Honors Fallen During 2021 Police Week Events
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.

FBI News
Oct 15, 2021

Cyber Agent Returns to the FBI with Renewed Focus
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.

FBI News
Oct 14, 2021

$50,000 Reward in Michael James Pratt Case
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.

FBI News
Oct 05, 2021

Evidence Response Team Training
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.

FBI News
Oct 05, 2021

The ERT Toolbox
Peer into the Evidence Response Team toolbox to see how everyday items and specialized equipment help the team process a scene.

FBI News
Sep 30, 2021

Sentence in WMD Case
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.

FBI News
Sep 23, 2021

Affinity Fraud Ponzi Scheme
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.

FBI News
Sep 09, 2021

9/11 Moved Many to Serve
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.

FBI News
Sep 07, 2021

Diversifying the FBI
The FBI has launched the Beacon Project, a program designed to create mutually beneficial relationships between the Bureau and Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

FBI News
Sep 02, 2021

The 9/11 Toll on FBI Responders
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.

FBI News
Aug 26, 2021

Remembering 9/11
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.

FBI News
Aug 26, 2021

9/11 Attacks 20 Years Ago Shaped Today's FBI
September 11, 2001 remains one of the most pivotal points in American history—and for the FBI, which still sees terrorism as the gravest threat to the U.S.

FBI News
Aug 19, 2021

FBI and Girl Scouts Promote STEM Careers
The FBI's participation at a virtual National Girl Scout STEM Festival showed how much both organizations stand to gain from a closer relationship.

FBI News
Aug 17, 2021

Surgeon Sentenced
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.

FBI News
Aug 13, 2021

Behind the Scenes with Our Summer Interns
Get an inside look at the FBI's Honors Internship Program from members of this summer's intern class.

FBI News
Aug 03, 2021

60th Anniversary of Bearden Hijacking Case
A spate of plane hijackings in 1961 prompted Congress to strengthen laws against crimes in the air.

FBI News
Jul 23, 2021

Breaking Barriers
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.

FBI News
Jul 08, 2021

Oklahoma FBI Case Volume Unprecedented
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.

FBI News
Jun 29, 2021

Hate Crimes a Top National Threat Priority
The FBI is stepping up efforts with local law enforcement and civil rights groups to improve the reporting of hate crimes and enforcement of civil rights laws.

FBI News
Jun 15, 2021

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2021
People over 60 lost nearly $1 billion in online frauds and scams last year. Learn more about common fraud schemes that target older people as well as practical tips on how to protect yourself and your loved ones from scammers.

FBI News
Jun 08, 2021

Operation Trojan Shield
An innovative, international effort cracked open the encrypted communications platforms relied on by criminal organizations.

FBI News
May 25, 2021

National Missing Children's Day 2021
In recognition of National Missing Children's Day, we highlight the FBI's work to bring missing children home, whether they've been missing for days or decades.

FBI News
May 13, 2021

IC3 Logs 6 Million Complaints
A record-setting pace of reports to the FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center shows how pervasive cyber-enabled crimes and scams have become.

FBI News
May 12, 2021

New Executives Reflect FBI's Push for Diversity
As part of an ongoing effort to make the Bureau more representative and inclusive, our executive corridor has undergone a steady transition to better reflect the communities we serve.

FBI News
May 12, 2021

FBI and Strike Force Target Fraud Against Federal Contracts
More than 360 investigators, analysts, and data scientists are working across dozens of agencies as part of the Procurement Collusion Strike Force to deter and detect crimes involving federal money.

FBI News
May 11, 2021

Director Wray Honors Fallen Officers During National Police Week
FBI Director Christopher Wray thanked the nation's law enforcement officers for their work keeping communities safe in remarks observing National Police Week.

FBI News
May 07, 2021

Partnerships Are Key to Disrupting Violent Plots
The increasingly insular nature of the terrorism threat is a growing challenge, which is why the FBI is leaning even more on two things that have long been essential to its success: partnerships and help from an aware and informed public.

FBI News
May 05, 2021

Navajo-Language Posters Aim to Reach Critical Audience
An initiative to translate FBI posters into Navajo illustrates one way the FBI and Native Americans are working together to solve missing and murdered indigenous persons cases.

FBI News
Apr 26, 2021

International Scammer Sentenced
A man who used phishing techniques to steal millions of dollars in a global business email compromise scheme received a 10-year prison term for his crimes.

FBI News
Apr 19, 2021

Helping Crime Victims
As the country observes National Crime Victims' Rights Week, learn more about the assistance and services the FBI provides victims of crime and their families.

FBI News
Apr 15, 2021

Scam PACs Are on the Rise
Thinking about donating to a political action committee to support an issue or candidate? Do your research first.

FBI News
Apr 09, 2021

InfraGard Marks 25 Years of Protecting the Country's Critical Infrastructure
From a small group that started in 1996 to an organization more than 75,000 strong today, InfraGard brings together representatives from the private and public sectors to help protect our nation's critical infrastructure from attacks.

FBI News
Apr 07, 2021

Stopping Public Corruption
A Philadelphia city employee who was supposed to be ferreting out corruption and mismanagement is now serving a federal prison sentence for using his official position to solicit and accept bribes.

FBI News
Apr 02, 2021

The Unabomber Case 25 Years Later
A quarter-century ago, FBI agents raided the Montana cabin of Theodore Kaczynski after his writings were used to identify him as the elusive serial bomber who conducted a years-long reign of terror that left three dead and nearly two dozen injured.

FBI News
Mar 25, 2021

Change Agents: Women's History Month 2021
Women in the FBI don't just break down doors—they break barriers and make change. Learn more about some of the women in FBI leadership and how they are making a difference every day.

FBI News
Mar 11, 2021

Cryptocurrencies a Growing Target of Theft
Recent charges against North Korean hackers show cyber criminals are increasingly targeting virtual currency markets and exchanges.

FBI News
Mar 03, 2021

Concert Promoter Sentenced for Ponzi Scheme
A smooth talking concert promoter told investors he could make them rich. But instead, he and an associate swindled their victims out of more than $20 million—and are now serving prison time.

FBI News
Feb 26, 2021

Moving the Diversity Needle
Assistant Director A. Tonya Odom, who served for eight years as the FBI's first chief diversity officer, looks back on her role as the leading advocate for diversity and inclusion at the Bureau.

FBI News
Feb 08, 2021

Honoring Our Fallen Agents
Memorial services were held in Florida to honor the lives of FBI Special Agents Laura Schwartzenberger and Daniel Alfin, who were killed in the line of duty February 2, 2021. We will always remember their ultimate sacrifice.

FBI News
Feb 01, 2021

Emotet Malware Disrupted
The FBI worked alongside foreign law enforcement and private sector partners in an innovative, coordinated effort to take down a destructive malware known as Emotet.

FBI News
Jan 27, 2021

Investment Fraudster Sentenced
A man who pretended to be an accountant and lawyer defrauded an unsuspecting family out of more than $700,000—and is now spending time behind bars.

FBI News
Jan 12, 2021

New Reward in Boston Chinatown Massacre Case
The FBI and Boston Police are hoping a $30,000 reward will shed light on the whereabouts of a suspect in the execution-style murders of five men 30 years ago.

FBI News
Jan 11, 2021

Stopping Human Trafficking
The recent disruption of a Washington, D.C.-area trafficking ring shows the FBI's commitment to stopping human traffickers—during National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month and all year long.

FBI News
Jan 06, 2021

Hacker Who Disrupted PPE Shipments Sentenced
A disgruntled former employee of a medical equipment packaging company was sentenced for hacking into the company's computer systems and disrupting the shipment of personal protective equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic.

FBI News
Dec 28, 2020

Innocent Images Program Marks 25 Years
When a 1990s kidnapping case led FBI agents to individuals who were using the internet to share images of child sexual abuse and lure children into harm, it launched a revolution in how the FBI investigates these crimes.

FBI News
Dec 21, 2020

New Charges in Pan Am Flight 103 Bombing
Thirty-two years after the terrorist bombing of a Pan Am jet over Scotland killed 270 people, including 190 Americans, charges have been filed against a former Libyan intelligence operative for his alleged role in building the bomb.

FBI News
Dec 11, 2020

Iris Biometric Added to NGI
The Next Generation Identification Iris Service gives the FBI and partner agencies the ability to capture, catalog, and make rapid comparisons of iris images with a high rate of accuracy.

FBI News
Nov 25, 2020

Five Things to Know About NIBRS
Next year, the National Incident-Based Reporting System will become the national crime data collection program. The result will be more robust and complete data for law enforcement, researchers, and the public.

FBI News
Nov 10, 2020

The case of a Florida man who was sentenced to 60 years in prison for victimizing a teenager online highlights the growing crime of sextortion and its devastating real-life consequences.

FBI News
Oct 13, 2020

New Top Ten Fugitive
Jose Rodolfo Villarreal-Hernandez, wanted for allegedly directing individuals to track and murder a man in Southlake, Texas, has been added to the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list. A reward of up to $1 million is available for information leading to his arrest.

FBI News
Oct 09, 2020

Train Derailment Mystery
Twenty-five years after the derailment of Amtrak's Sunset Limited passenger train in Arizona killed the conductor and injured dozens of passengers, investigators are still trying to find answers—and justice for the victims.

FBI News
Sep 22, 2020

Operation DisrupTor
A Joint Criminal Opioid and Darknet Enforcement (JCODE) investigation in Los Angeles exemplifies the teamwork and tenacity required to uncover the people behind drug operations that run through a network prized for its encryption and anonymity.

FBI News
Sep 18, 2020

Iran at Center of Cyber Crime Charges in Three Cases
Criminal charges announced against multiple alleged hackers in Iran show the breadth of the cyber threat emanating from that country and the FBI and partner agency efforts to neutralize it and hold the individuals accountable.

FBI News
Sep 18, 2020

FBI Checklist Aids Searches for Missing Autistic Children
After a 6-year-old boy with autism went missing in North Carolina in 2018, the FBI's Child Abduction Rapid Deployment Team developed a one-page questionnaire to help investigators be better prepared in similar cases.

FBI News
Sep 16, 2020

FBI Strategy Addresses Evolving Cyber Threat
FBI Director Christopher Wray announced the Bureau's new strategy for countering cyber threats in remarks at the virtual CISA National Cybersecurity Summit.

FBI News
Sep 16, 2020

Director's Community Leadership Awards
Although the annual in-person DCLA ceremony at FBI Headquarters was canceled this year, we honor and celebrate the dedication and service of each of our award recipients who are working to make their communities safer and stronger.

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