The chairman of the far-right group reportedly worked undercover with the agency to help convict 13 people.
An undercover NYPD officer wrote a deathbed confession that accuses the FBI of conspiring to have Malcolm X killed on February 21, 1965.
Two of the charges brought against the Arkansas man carry a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison.
The images join the hundreds already posted by the federal agency as it hunts the people who stormed the Capitol.
The UCLA student was photographed inside the Capitol wearing a red "Make America Great Again" hat and carrying a large blue "America First" flag and pole, the FBI said.
According to a criminal complaint, the 34-year-old was shown on police body-worn camera footage among a crowd of rioters using sticks and other items as weapons to assault officers protecting the U.S. Capitol.
The man was detained by law enforcement after Flight 2349 landed at Logan International Airport in Boston on February 14.
Nate Paul carried out renovation work on Paxton's million-dollar home and gave his alleged mistress a job, according to a court filing from former staffers.
Irving, Texas police are investigating the incident with the FBI and trying to establish how the man was able to enter the gated community that Van Duyne lives in.
According to court documents, a witness submitted a recording of Rubenacker's Snapchat "story," which showed him documenting incidents before and during the riot.
FBI agents used DNA evidence to bring charges against a Tennessee man who is suspected of having shot and killed a mother and her 4-year-old daughter nearly three decades ago.
The suspect from New Hampshire told local news stations he had "chugged" the wine before leaving the Capitol building on January 6.
Thomas Caldwell was arrested on January 19 on four federal counts, including conspiracy to commit an offense against the U.S.
At least 13 people have named the former president as a reason for them allegedly storming the Capitol on January 6.
Law enforcement officials gathered to remember a slain federal agent who dedicated her life to protecting children.
The 40-year-old mother of eight children could be seen breaking windows and using a bullhorn to instruct the violent mob where to go during the January 6 Capitol riot.
A widespread allegation on Twitter asserts that photographic evidence used in an FBI report about an alleged Capitol Hill rioter contains nudity.
The suspect also known as "bullhorn lady" was recently featured for a profile in The New Yorker magazine.
"Thanks for joining me to DC to stand up for America," Jason Hyland allegedly texted to a group of people before the January riot. "This will be historic—no matter the outcome."
"I just wanted you to know that if anything happens to Mr. Enrique Tarrio, the same thing will happen to you and your family," Giannakos Jr. allegedly said, according to an FBI affidavit.
A surge in background checks following the U.S. Capitol riot actually reflects caution from state law enforcement.
Dennis Sidorski, 46, was identified from video footage taken inside the U.S. Capitol on January 6, court documents show.
As creator and administrator of online groups connected with child pornography, Walker encouraged members of those groups to distribute the explicit images.
They were serving a warrant in a case involving violent crimes against children when the shooting took place in Sunrise, Florida around 6 a.m..
Zachary Alam has been identified as the rioter 'Helmet Boy', who was filmed using a helmet to smash a window to the Speaker's Lobby during the January 6 riot.
Steven Brandenburg agreed to plead guilty to two counts of attempting to tamper with consumer products, therefore putting others' health at risk, last week.
The original 'threat assessment' for the event didn't foresee pro-Trump rioters. Now it's 'all hands on deck' with facial-recognition software, surveillance aircraft, bomb-sniffers.
Billy Reynolds, a school bus driver and teacher, was detained on Thursday after an investigation by Kentucky State Police and the FBI.
James Keith Ray, was charged on Jan. 8 with interstate transmission of a threat to injure a person after he reportedly posted content on Twitter threatening to kill an agent who questioned him at his home on the day after the bombing.
Ian Benjamin Rogers is being held in state custody in lieu of a $5 million bail as he awaits a preliminary hearing. If convicted, Rogers could face up to 10 years in prison and a fine of $250,000.