A female hacker by the name of “Lena” may have actually been behind the Sony hack, casting doubt on the FBI and studio’s claim that North Korea was the culprit.
The hanging death of black North Carolina teen Lennon Lacy was quickly ruled a suicide. But the FBI is now probing the family’s suspicion that he may have been lynched.
Former US Deputy Attorney General, now FBI Director James Comey will speak on 60 Minutes, for his first television interview since taking over the position.
Agents from Nevada Gaming Control and the FBI have taken down an illegal international sports betting operation. Malaysian millionaire Wei Seng Phua and seven other people were arrested for allegedly taking bets on the World Cup championship out of suites at Las Vegas’ Caesar Palace Hotel. Phua has ties to the Chinese crime syndicate, the 14K Triad.
On Twitter and Instagram he looks like a normal guy, but the FBI says Ryan Chamberlain should be considered armed and dangerous.
Ryan Kelly Chamberlain II is the target of a nationwide FBI manhunt, suspected of possessing explosives. He’s considered “armed and dangerous.”
Florida attorney Michael Casey is wanted by the FBI after he missed a court hearing related to the federal mail and wire fraud conspiracy charges against him.
Joel Cox, 32, is an FBI agent from Miami who was arrested in Karachi, Pakistan, on weapons charges trying to take ammunition on a plane.
Frank Arthur Janssen, 63, was rescued in Atlanta after he went missing in North Carolina. He may have been kidnapped because of his daughter.
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On his Facebook page, Hassan wished goodbye to his friends as he prepared to die in jihad.
Patrick Cannon, the Mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina, has been arrested by the FBI on corruption charges of theft and bribery.
Juan Elias Garcia, aka “Cruzito,” allegedly murdered his girlfriend and her 2-year-old child in Long Island because she had connections with a rival gang.
Suspected terrorist Jose Pimentel, aka Muhammad Yusuf, pleaded guilty in court today after building a pipe bomb in an informant’s New York City apartment.
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