Iran’s Foreign Ministry said on Sunday that former FBI agent Robert Levinson who disappeared in 2007 has no judicial or criminal file in Iranian courts, adding Tehran nevertheless has opened "a missing person" file for him, according to the ministry’s official website.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has arrested a far-right extremist US soldier for distributing bomb-making information over social media and allegedly orchestrating an attack on a major American news network.
US authorizes have revealed that the gunman behind a shooting rampage in western Texas on Saturday which left seven people dead and 23 others injured had called police, the FBI and 911 dispatchers before the incident.
The number of calls to an FBI tip line designed to head off mass shootings and other attacks surged by 70 percent in the week after twin massacres in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, federal officials said.
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is going after American citizens who have already attended or plan to attend the New Horizon Conference (NHC), an annual forum held by an Iranian media expert to discuss major global issues.
A nonprofit organization affiliated with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) confirmed that hackers breached the web servers of multiple chapters and published the names and addresses of hundreds of law enforcement personnel and thousands of other people online.
US Justice Department officials were so concerned about President Donald Trump's fitness for office in May 2017 that they discussed whether Trump could be removed from office, according to former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.
US President Donald Trump’s longtime ally and presidential campaign adviser, Roger Stone, has been arrested over charges that he obstructed US Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into possible collusion between the Trump election campaign and Russia before the 2016 US presidential election.
Moscow says "FBI personnel" have detained a Russian citizen, describing the arrest of Russian nationals as part of a “hunt on our citizens” around the world, one week after Russian security agents arrested an American marine on suspicion of spying.
US President Donald Trump unloaded on the media, the FBI and his own attorney general in a Saturday morning Twitter rant – saying he "may have to get involved" in the investigations into the 2016 presidential campaign.
President Trump's first chief of staff asked James Comey directly whether federal law enforcement was surveiling then-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, the now-former FBI director documented in a memo after the White House discussion.