U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (2024)

  • Fraud trial juror reports getting bag of $120,000 and promise of more if she’ll acquit

    A juror was dismissed after reporting that a woman offered her money if she would vote to acquit seven peoplecharged with stealingfrom a food aid program.

  • FBI opens criminal investigation into Baltimore bridge collapse

    The FBI was present aboard the cargo ship Dali conducting court authorized law enforcement activity, the agency said in a statement Monday.

  • FBI: 'Financial sextortion' of teens is 'rapidly escalating.' How parents can protect their kids

    Cybercriminals are tricking minors into sending sexually explicit photos and videos, and then blackmailing them for payment.

  • Cargo theft spiked over 57% in 2023 vs. 2022, new data shows

    Cargo thieves are stealing millions of dollars worth of goods and the logistics industry is fighting back.

  • How cargo thieves are infiltrating U.S. supply chains

    Cargo thieves are stealing millions of dollars worth of goods every year. Strategic cargo theft is surging, where criminals engage in identity theft and internet-based fraud. CNBC visited supply chain risk management company Overhaul's Louisville, Kentucky, operations to get an inside look at how the industry is fighting back. Watch the video above to learn more.

  • How the FBI, NSA are preparing for deepfakes and misinformation issue ahead of 2024 elections

    FBI Director Christopher Wray and NSA Director Pal Nakasone share their approach to battling 2024 elections misinformation with the CNBC CEO Council.

  • Former U.S. ambassador arrested in Florida, accused of serving as an agent of Cuba, AP source says

    Manuel Rocha was arrested in Miami on Friday, and the Justice Department case accuses Rocha of working to promote the Cuban government's interests.

  • 'Phantom hacker' scams that target seniors' savings are on the rise, FBI says

    "Phantom hacker" scams are an evolution of tech support scams. Victims over 60 years old have accounted for 66% of total financial losses in 2023, the FBI said.

  • How this widow lost $661,000 in a common tech scam: 'I realized I had been defrauded of everything'

    Marjorie Bloom, a retiree, lost her life savings in a "tech support" scam involving cryptocurrency. These frauds, which target older adults, are on the rise.

  • Trump protester turned conspiracy target Ray Epps pleads guilty to Jan. 6 disorderly conduct

    Epps, who traveled to Washington, D.C., to protest former President Donald Trump's 2020 election loss, has become the face of a right-wing conspiracy theory.

  • FBI investigating violent threats against officials in Fulton County, Georgia

    "Each and every potential threat brought to our attention is taken seriously," the FBI said. "Individuals found responsible ... will be prosecuted."

  • FBI shoots and kills Utah man wanted for threats against Biden, New York prosecutor

    Court documents say the man shot by the FBI in Utah, Craig Deleeuw Robertson, was seen wearing a Trump hat.

  • Suspect in Long Island serial killings in custody, officials say

    Police arrested architect Rex Heuermann, 59, Thursday night in Manhattan.

  • Communist Party cells are influencing U.S. companies' China operations, FBI Director Wray says

    The Chinese government has "exploited" joint business ventures in search of companies' secrets and information, Wray told the House Judiciary Committee.

  • Trump charged with 37 counts in classified documents case, indictment says

    Donald Trump is seeking the 2024 Republican presidential nomination as he faces two criminal indictments, one in New York, the latest one in Florida.

  • Drugs, guns and crypto seized, 288 arrested, in 'unprecedented' dark web crackdown

    Operation SpecTor took down the darknet site Monopoly Market and resulted in the arrests of 288 suspects who sold drugs and other goods for crypto.

  • That simple 'hi' text from a stranger could be the start of a scam that ends up costing you millions

    "Pig butchering" operations run out of Asia but target victims globally, with scammers promising love and wealth to get their victims to invest their fortunes.

  • Federal prosecutors have considered four possible charges against Hunter Biden

    Possible charges are two misdemeanor counts for failure to file taxes, a single felony count of tax evasion and a felony count related to a gun purchase.

  • FBI warns against using public phone charging stations

    The law enforcement agency said bad actors had figured out how to infect phones with malware using public charging cables.

  • Intel officials watching for signs Russia, China trying to exploit Trump indictment

    After Trump's arraignment, a U.S. official said the intelligence community is watching “very closely” for signs of interference in U.S. political discourse.



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