Robert Bowers, who murdered 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue, may face the death penalty for his heinous crimes, but he will not be held accountable for what he actually did: commit crimes of domestic terrorism.
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On Nov. 6, 2018—Election Day—the Office of the Director of National Intelligence released a joint statement, along with the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Justice and the FBI, affirming their agencies' continued efforts to assist state and local election officials and to combat foreign influence efforts.
Employee survey results show that staffers are still proud to work for the FBI—but confidence in the bureau’s leadership has taken a big hit.
Thoughts from the ranking member of the House intelligence committee on the politicization of federal law enforcement.
Peter Strzok’s text messages say a lot about the FBI’s culture and Bob Mueller’s staffing choices. They say nothing about a grand plot by the Deep State.
FBI Director Christopher Wray is testifying this morning before the House Judiciary Committee.
FBI Director Christopher Wray faces the tough challenge of defending the integrity of the FBI against the president's attacks while also protecting the bureau's political independence. The House Judiciary Committee should take today's oversight hearing as an opportunity to help him.
A group of hip-hop fans, which the FBI designated as a gang in 2011, protested in Washington on Saturday.
Judge Cooper ruled that Abu Khatallah's interviews with FBI interrogators should not be suppressed.
On our Foreign Policy feed, we explain how newly released employee survey data from the Federal Bureau of Investigation disproves the president's claim that former FBI Director James Comey had lost the confidence of the rank-and-file. The article begins:
Following the firing of FBI Director James Comey, the White House claimed that it wasn’t only the president who had lost confidence in Comey but the rank and file of the FBI as well.