The Iranian journalist, and author of the memoir "The Wind in My Hair: My Fight for Freedom in Modern Iran," is an outspoken critic of the Iranian government.
A suspect has been arrested "in connection with detonating an explosive device" on the bridge in Bedford, police said.
Federico G. Klein had Top Secret security clearance at the time of his suspected involvement in the January 6 riot in Washington, D.C.
Applications for both permits were made by Becky Strohmeier, from Hold The Line, MN, who helped organize last week's "Storm the Capitol" rally.
The "No Fly List" is a subset of the government's Terrorist Screening Database, also known as the "Terrorist Watchlist."
The man's body was discovered hanging from a tree in the city on Monday.
Monday's letter from the House Oversight Committee said the Trump Administration's "wildly exaggerated rumors about Antifa has only served to encourage right-wing militias provoking violence."
A newly released memo shows that Robert Mueller was given wide latitude to investigate Michael Flynn, whose prosecution the Justice Department is attempting to drop.
A Department of Justice spokesperson told Newsweek that the Federal Bureau of Investigation "has said it's assisting" with the local probe.
DOJ dropping charges against Michael Flynn is great news for America.
In March 2020, the FBI conducted around 3.7 million background checks, more than in any single month since the NICS system was established in 1998.
Salman Rashid was suspended from two Florida colleges, after sending threatening messages to a female student.
The number of religious bias crimes, like the number of bias crimes in general, has risen sharply in recent years.
The news comes as public trust in the federal government has declined to historically-low levels among members of both parties.
Top FBI officials used the words "surprised," "stunned," "shocked" and "disappointment" to describe Comey's external release of an unclassified memo.
The threats contained a pair of laudatory comments about President Donald Trump, invoking him in furtherance of the genocidal language.
The lawsuit filed on Tuesday in the District of Columbia comes after Donald Trump spent much of his early presidency lambasting Strzok "and his lover, the lovely Lisa Page."
"It's a grotesque abuse of power by the President of the United States," said the CNN legal commentator.
The FBI's long troubled, half-billion-dollar Sentinel computerized file system is coming along just fine, says the Justice Department's watchdog