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Ex-CIA officer compares Charles McGonigal to Russian double agent
McGonigal, who was arrested after allegedly helping a Russian oligarch evade U.S. sanctions, faces several charges, including money laundering.
Top conspiracy theories to watch for in JFK assassination file release
What don't we know about the Kennedy Assassination that could be in new documents about his death?
Who is Timothy Thibault? FBI Agent Behind Hunter Biden Probe Retires
Donald Trump accused Thibault of "hiding and suppressing" negative stories related to Biden's laptop.
Trump Slams FBI in Truth Social Posts After Special Agent Leaves Bureau
Timothy Thibault, who was involved in the Hunter Biden laptop investigation, had reportedly left the agency.
Administrator of 'One of the World's Largest Hacker Forums' Arrested: DOJ
From 2016 to this past February, the website RaidForums is believed to have hosted around 10 billion pieces of sensitive stolen data.
The Zodiac Killer, Full Suspect List After Gary Poste's 'Identity Revealed'
A team of specialists led by form FBI agents claims "new physical and forensic evidence" has uncovered the identity of the Zodiac killer.
Masih Alinejad, Iranian Author, Journalist Targeted in Alleged Kidnap Plot
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.
Explosion on Texas Bridge to Be Investigated by FBI, Police
A suspect has been arrested "in connection with detonating an explosive device" on the bridge in Bedford, police said.
Trump State Department Appointee Federico Klein Arrested Over Capitol Riot
Federico G. Klein had Top Secret security clearance at the time of his suspected involvement in the January 6 riot in Washington, D.C.
'Storm the Capitol' Rally Organizer Has Two Further Mn Protests Approved
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 Explained—Calls Grow for Capitol Rioters to Be Added
The "No Fly List" is a subset of the government's Terrorist Screening Database, also known as the "Terrorist Watchlist."
FBI Reviewing Investigations of Recent Hangings as Third Man Found Dead
The man's body was discovered hanging from a tree in the city on Monday.
House Dem Committee Urges DOJ, DHS to Investigate Violence at Protests
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."
The Curious Case of Michael Flynn
It may finally be over for Michael Flynn, but the search for answers goes on.
As Obama Prepares to Join Campaign, Trump Moves to Discredit Russia Probe
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.
The Justice Department Can Intervene in the Ahmaud Arbery Case. Here's How
A Department of Justice spokesperson told Newsweek that the Federal Bureau of Investigation "has said it's assisting" with the local probe.
Michael Flynn Exoneration Will Turn an American Tragedy Into a Triumph
DOJ dropping charges against Michael Flynn is great news for America.
Senators Warn Surge in Gun Sales Could Overwhelm FBI's Background Checks
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.
Barr Says There Were 'Gross Abuses' at FBI
Inspector General Michael Horowitz concluded in a report released Monday that the FBI did not err when it opened an investigation into potential Trump campaign ties to Russia.
Florida Man Who Planned ISIS Attack Wanted 'Overthrow of Democracy'—DoJ
Salman Rashid was suspended from two Florida colleges, after sending threatening messages to a female student.
Over Half of Religious Bias Crimes Target Jews, FBI Says in New Report
The number of religious bias crimes, like the number of bias crimes in general, has risen sharply in recent years.
Despite Trump's Attacks, Key Agencies Remain Popular Among Public
The news comes as public trust in the federal government has declined to historically-low levels among members of both parties.
Former FBI Director James Comey "Violated Department and FBI Policies"
Top FBI officials used the words "surprised," "stunned," "shocked" and "disappointment" to describe Comey's external release of an unclassified memo.
Maryland Man Arrested After Miami Woman Receives Genocidal Threats
The threats contained a pair of laudatory comments about President Donald Trump, invoking him in furtherance of the genocidal language.
Peter Strzok Sues FBI and DOJ, Says Firing Was Due to "Pressure" from Trump
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."
Ex-Policeman Used Badge to Get Dates with Women
Leonel Marines is accused of having sex on duty, and using police information to target women for dates.
Charlotte Airport Worker Arrested With Explosive
Paul George Dandan reportedly got the explosive from his roommate, who allegedly planned to use it against a neighbor.
Who Is James Comey's Wife?
He's been married to Patrice Failor since 1987.
Jeffrey Toobin Delivers Powerful Indictment of Trump
"It's a grotesque abuse of power by the President of the United States," said the CNN legal commentator.
Meet Mass-Shooting Expert Mary Ellen O'Toole
She is one of the best in the field. She was also one of the first female profilers in the FBI.