Election security experts and computer scientists say an effort to access voting system software in several states and provide it to allies of Donald Trump as they sought to overturn the results of the 2020 election poses "serious threats" ahead of next year's presidential contest.
Virginia and Maryland competed fiercely for the project. Virginia's congressional delegation said there is "overwhelming evidence" that the process was influenced by politics.
The agency said it and other law enforcement agencies are looking for 47-year-old Gregory Yetman. The FBI was being joined by law enforcement officers from state, county and local police.
Senior American officials say Hamas' deadly Oct. 7 attack on Israel has created a new dynamic with dangerous implications at home and abroad.
The FBI says they have seen an uptick in threats against Jewish, Muslim and Arab American communities related to the ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict.
The Federal Aviation Administration partnered with the FBI in 2021 to bring criminal charges more aggressively against disorderly airline passengers.
A hearing is set for Friday on the parameters of a possible protective order dictating how former President Donald Trump and his legal team can talk about evidence in the Jan. 6 criminal case.
A woman who escaped her kidnapper by punching her way out of a homemade cell in southern Oregon likely saved other women from a similar fate, authorities said.
The disgraced financier who was jailed for sex trafficking charges, killed himself at New York's Metropolitan Correctional Center in August 2019. He died before standing trial.
FBI Director Christopher Wray visited his home city to give updates on technology and public safety.
Imposter scams are top U.S. fraud now: Con artists are using new technology to get real time information plus voice cloning and caller ID spoofing to make it even harder to tell truth from fiction.
The Republican-led House Oversight Committee will meet Thursday morning to hold FBI Director Christopher Wray in contempt of Congress. If approved, the full House would vote on the charge.
The 79-year-old Hanssen was found unresponsive in his cell at a federal prison in Colorado and later pronounced dead, prison officials said. He is believed to have died of natural causes.
In addition to the two arrests, U.S. authorities charged about three dozen officers with China's national police force with using social media to harass dissidents inside the United States.
U.S. Army Special Operations Command and the FBI-Boston Division interrogated the wrong person during a training exercise on Tuesday: an airline pilot who was asleep at the time, per local media.