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Appeals Court: FBI Employees Cannot Raise Defense of Whistleblower Reprisal in Adverse Action Appeals
Belgian authorities are still on the hunt for the third suspect in the bombing at Zaventem Airport in Belgium’s capital Tuesday.
In this short video, get the details on why the CIA is setting up a country-focused mission center for the first time.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation completed its investigation of Hillary Clinton’s personal email server and will interview her soon to decide whether to file criminal charges, reports Mediaite.
Federal law enforcement agencies have lost nearly 1,000 guns since 2006. The Department of Homeland Security, the Bureau of Land Management, and the Federal Bureau of Prisons lose countless guns, grenades, bullets, and other “expendables” every year to theft and poor inventory tracking.
A trip to the US will now be more difficult for those who’ve recently visited Libya, Somalia, or Yemen. Thanks to new anti-terrorist travel restrictions announced Thursday, travelers coming to the US from after spending time in one of these three countries must go through the regular visa process instead of using the waiver program.
While the Department of Homeland Security extensively prepares its employees for the work they will be doing during overseas trips, policies governing employee behavior during the off-hours, however, remain obtuse.
A Walt Disney World employee is accused of using a badge he bought for Halloween to impersonate an FBI agent and pull a woman over on the road.
The Department of Justice announced its plan to collect data on law enforcement interactions with civilians nationwide in order to track how and when law enforcement officials use force and how often civilians die in police custody.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) announced it would file charges against two French bank managers accused of transmitting false and misleading information about the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR), “a global benchmark interest rate to which trillions of dollars of financial transactions are tied.”
Prosecutors identified the FBI agent who they say admitted to leaking information to reporters about an insider trading investigation centering on Las Vegas sports gambler and professional golfer Phil Mickelson.
A former member of the Army National Guard living in Virginia is accused of trying to buy guns in Charlotte for a domestic terrorist attack on a military base.
In a rare case of an officer facing a civil rights conviction, a former Louisiana police officer pled guilty Friday in court in Shreveport, Louisiana to violating the civil rights of a woman and lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
During a search at his Michigan property, the FBI found at least 37,000 images and videos of child pornography on Larry Nassar’s hard drives, plus videos of the former Michigan State University doctor sexually assaulting girls under the age of 12, according to an agent who testified in federal court in Grand Rapids.
After two years of decline, violent crime rose by 3.9 percent from 2014 to 2015, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s annual crime report.
The fabric of college sports as we know it is tearing.
At a press conference Tuesday, four assistant coaches were indicted by federal authorities for their alleged involvement in schemes to steer recruits to agents and financial advisors paying them to do so.
With nearly every citizen armed with a smartphone and capable of capturing video at a moment’s notice, FBI director, James Comey, said he believes police officers are pulling back due to “viral video effect.”