The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking into a claim made in a call to a Texas border town police department that a Mexican organized crime cartel has kidnapped a U.S. Border Patrol agent, officials said on Friday. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials added there are no reports...
Was “The Interview” the perfect cover? The Federal Bureau of Investigation conducted an extensive investigation into the recent massive Sony hack. Following the conclusion of that investigation, the FBI felt that its evidence pointing...Show More Summary
``Agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday raided the offices of Doral Financial in San Juan, Puerto Rico, as part of an investigation involving the struggling bank.''
…the Federal Bureau of Investigation approached Santa Claus to enlist his cooperation in a new surveillance program. FBI agents advised Santa that his extensive knowledge regarding “bad” children, and failure to disclose this information to the government, likely made him guilty of millions of counts of misprision of a felony. Show More Summary
Gun nuts are everywhere, but even for them this is really bad, especially since the smugglers were Delta Airlines employees. WSB-TV Atlanta: In a Federal Bureau of Investigation affidavit obtained only by Channel 2 Action News, we learned...Show More Summary
Described as “an unsubstantiated, anonymous threat,” the Federal Bureau of Investigation has warned authorities in Tennessee and Arkansas about a threat made by the Islamic State to blow up an expansion of the Mississippi River bridge that connects the two states. Show More Summary
The Federal Bureau of Investigations field office in Baltimore, Maryland issued a warning Friday that the Black Guerilla Family prison was plotting to attack white police officers in the state. The Baltimore Sun included the report of the threat in … Continue reading ?
1. FBI officially blames North Korea for Sony cyberattacksThe Federal Bureau of Investigation formally blamed North Korea for the cyberattacks against Sony Pictures in a statement on Friday. North Korea had denied involvement in theShow More Summary
This could be good news for a lot of defendants, and a real headache for their prosecutors. The Federal Bureau of Investigation conducted an internal investigation into its evidence collection and retention processes, and the findings, obtained by The New York Times, do not paint a particularly competent picture. Show More Summary
President Obama has called out Sony for craven censorship on a day the Federal Bureau of Investigation formally announced that North Korea was behind the hacking of Sony Corp. In a statement the FBI said that it has enough information to conclude … Continue reading ?
by Catherine Schofield Sezgin, ARCA Blog Editor-in-Chief The Los Angeles Field Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) held a press conference today and announced a $25,000 reward for help in the continuing investigation...Show More Summary
North Korea hacked Sony Pictures Entertainment. The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s deep investigation into the cyber attack has determined as much, and the U.S. government confirmed it publicly on Friday morning. You can read the FBI’s full statement right here. Show More Summary
The Federal Bureau of Investigation says that North Korea is behind the cyberattack on Sony last month that’s led to the release of stolen emails and social security numbers and the cancellation of The Interview. The FBI formally identified...Show More Summary
The Federal Bureau of Investigation just confirmed what was widely suspected: the North Korean government was, in fact, behind the devastating Sony hack that embarrassed Hollywood, released sensitive records of Sony employees, and caused The Interview to be canceled.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has concluded that North Korea is responsible for the massive cyberattack against Sony last month that leaked thousands of corporate emails and set off a domino effect of events that eventually led to the cancellation...
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation has officially pointed to North Korea as the culprit behind the hacking of Sony Pictures Entertainment – an incident that was allegedly connected with a…
US Federal Bureau of Investigation warns it will "impose costs and consequences on individuals or nations" involved.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation formally blamed North Korea for the cyberattack against Sony Pictures in a statement on Friday, saying "we are deeply concerned about the destructive nature of this attack on a private sector entity,...Show More Summary
After days of kinda-sorta confirmations, the Federal Bureau of Investigation just officially stated it believes that North Korea was indeed involved with a gigantic Sony hack that saw personal information, unreleased movies and thousands of emails le...
The Federal Court of Canada on Wednesday said it will order Apple to release documents to the country's Competition Bureau as part of an ongoing investigation into possible anticompetitive practices regarding iPhone partner carrier contracts.