Nationally, the number of hate crimes reported by the FBI increased from 8,120 in 2020 to 9,065 in 2021.
Randall Robert Berka II has been charged with possessing a firearm as a prohibited person, but not with making the threats. He hasn't yet entered a plea.
Dozens of inmates have died while in custody at the Harris County Jail, according to attorneys representing victims' families. The FBI has opened civil rights investigations into two of the deaths.
Mike Pence's home was searched with consent from the former vice president's team. This comes after Pence reported classified documents in his possession.
No documents with classified markings were found, though Biden's lawyer said "some materials and handwritten notes that appear to relate to his time as vice president" were taken for further review.
The FBI spent months spying on the ransomware group Hive and secretly helped victims before shutting the entire operation down.
Charles McGonigal, the former special agent in charge of counterintelligence in the FBI's New York office, allegedly worked with Oleg Deripaska, who has been on the U.S. sanctions list since 2018.
In a blistering filing Thursday, U.S. District Judge Donald M. Middlebrooks described Trump as "a prolific and sophisticated litigant" with a "pattern of abuse of the courts."
The FBI is concerned that the Chinese government could use TikTok to influence American users or control their devices. The company is working with the U.S. government towards a security agreement.
The alert was posted after officials discovered an online threat directed broadly at synagogues in New Jersey, a law enforcement official said.
Midterm voters are being inundated with political ads, and a lot of them are focused on crime. But a recent change in data collection paints an incomplete picture of the U.S. violent crime rate.
The sides disagree on whether there should be a special master at all, and how the document review actually should work. Former U.S. attorney Chuck Rosenberg discusses their possible considerations.
Late Friday, lawyers for former President Trump and the Department of Justice released different names for who they would want to review documents found in the court-authorized search of Trump's club.
The agency surveilled Franklin and those around her to gauge how deeply she was involved in organizations tied to Communism, the civil rights movement and the Black Power movement.
The Justice Department is appealing part of a judge's order that would give a special master authority to review documents the FBI collected at Mar-a-Lago last month.