Federal Bureau Of Investigation


'Federal Bureau Of Investigation' - 207 News Result(s)

  • Man dies after being shot at federal courthouse

    Man dies after being shot at federal courthouse

    A defendant died after being shot by a U.S. marshal on Monday during an attack on a witness during a trial in a new federal courthouse in Salt Lake City, the FBI said.

  • Stowaway teen stirs concern about airport security

    Stowaway teen stirs concern about airport security

    A 16-year-old boy scrambled over an airport fence, crossed a tarmac and climbed into a jetliner's wheel well, then flew for five freezing hours to Hawaii - a misadventure that stirred concern about possible weak spots in the security system that prot...

  • US marshal shoots defendant in federal court

    US marshal shoots defendant in federal court

    A U.S. marshal shot and critically wounded a defendant on Monday in a new federal courthouse in Salt Lake City after the man rushed at a witness with a pen, authorities said.

  • Teen survives five-hour flight in airplane wheel well: report

    Teen survives five-hour flight in airplane wheel well: report

    A 16-year-old boy was lucky to be alive on Monday after surviving a flight from California to Hawaii in the wheel well of an airplane, US media reported.

  • Heartbleed highlights a contradiction in the Web

    Heartbleed highlights a contradiction in the Web

    The Heartbleed bug that made news last week drew attention to one of the least understood elements of the Internet: Much of the invisible backbone of websites from Google to Amazon to the FBI was built by volunteer programmers in what is known as the...

  • 'X-Men' filmmaker slams 'fabricated' sex attack claims

    'X-Men' filmmaker slams 'fabricated' sex attack claims

    A lawyer for "X-Men" director Bryan Singer dismissed as "fabricated" and absurd claims on Thursday that the filmmaker sexually assaulted a former child model and aspiring teenage actor.

  • CBI sets up special unit to probe 'fixing' in sports

    CBI sets up special unit to probe 'fixing' in sports

    Currently, the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Australian Federal Police and certain European countries have specialized units to check sports fraud. Following them, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has set up a dedicated 'Sport In...

  • Dutch teen, 14, arrested for Twitter airline threat

    Dutch teen, 14, arrested for Twitter airline threat

    Dutch police have arrested a teenaged girl after she allegedly tweeted a threat to American Airlines posing as an al-Qaeda member, a police spokesman said on Monday.

  • FBI said to question member of 9/11 case defense

    FBI said to question member of 9/11 case defense

    A lawyer for one of five defendants in the September 11 war crimes tribunal said on Monday that FBI agents questioned a member of his defense team, apparently in an investigation related to the handling of evidence, a revelation that brought an abrup...

  • Pennsylvania officials seek motive for school stabbing rampage

    Pennsylvania officials seek motive for school stabbing rampage

    Pennsylvania officials sought a motive on Thursday for what may have driven a 16-year-old student to turn on his classmates with two kitchen knives, stabbing startled victims in the stomach and back, leaving nearly two dozen wounded.

  • FBI probing high speed trading on Wall Street

    FBI probing high speed trading on Wall Street

    The FBI said on Monday that it was probing high speed trading on Wall Street, a controversial practice in which computers carry out transactions in seconds or faster.

  • Ex-Microsoft employee charged with leaking trade secrets to blogger

    Ex-Microsoft employee charged with leaking trade secrets to blogger

    A former employee of Microsoft Corp is facing criminal charges after he allegedly passed trade secrets to a blogger in France, US court documents showed.

  • US Intel program targets email addresses, not keywords

    US Intel program targets email addresses, not keywords

    The US government's clandestine PRISM Internet program exposed by Edward Snowden targets suspect email addresses and phone numbers but does not search for keywords like terrorism, officials said on Wednesday.

  • Malaysia denies cold-shouldering US in plane investigation

    Malaysia denies cold-shouldering US in plane investigation

    Malaysia rejected criticism on Tuesday from U.S. government officials that it has not been sharing as much information as it could with foreign governments about the disappearance of passenger jet more than a week ago.

  • Timing of report by flight's pilot focuses inquiry

    Timing of report by flight's pilot focuses inquiry

    A signaling system was disabled on the missing Malaysia Airlines jet before a pilot spoke to air traffic control without mentioning trouble, a senior Malaysian official said Sunday.

  • As US looks for flight terror links, Malaysia rejects extensive help

    As US looks for flight terror links, Malaysia rejects extensive help

    US intelligence and law enforcement agencies renewed their search over the weekend for any evidence that the Malaysia Airlines plane's diversion was part of a terrorist plot.

  • US contractor pleads guilty to giving Chinese woman secrets

    US contractor pleads guilty to giving Chinese woman secrets

    A U.S. defense contractor in Hawaii pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges that he passed national defense secrets, including classified information on joint training and planning exercises with South Korea, to a Chinese woman with whom he was romanti...

  • Osama bin Laden's son-in-law knew of 'something big' before 9/11

    Osama bin Laden's son-in-law knew of 'something big' before 9/11

    Suleiman Abu Ghaith admitted that months before al Qaeda's 2001 hijacked jet attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, he promised Osama bin Laden he would be a spokesman for the group, an FBI agent testified on Thursday in a U.S. court.

  • FBI report further details Osama bin Laden and son-in-law's interactions

    FBI report further details Osama bin Laden and son-in-law's interactions

    Osama bin Laden was nothing if not strategic. He recruited a Kuwaiti cleric to become a close associate and to speak to his trainees because he wanted more recruits from the Persian Gulf region. And for that cleric's fiery speeches after Sept. 11, 20...

  • US lawmakers, drug enforcement clash on marijuana law

    US lawmakers, drug enforcement clash on marijuana law

    US lawmakers who support steady relaxation of state laws on marijuana sparred on Tuesday with Obama administration officials who continue to label the drug in the same high-danger category as heroin.

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