J. Edgar Hoover News
Jonathan Groff talks 'Mindhunter,' 'Hamilton' and 'Frozen'
Groff appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" and shares how he's snagged some of the most sought-after roles.
FBI report on black 'extremists' raises fears of targeting
Recalling an era when FBI spied on activist groups, black leaders and others say bureau's report on black 'extremists' raises old fears
FBI report on black 'extremists' raises new monitoring fears
An FBI report says 'black identity extremists' are increasingly targeting law enforcement after police killings of black men
Auburn holding out Danjel Purifoy, Austin Wiley during investigation
Auburn will leave forward Danjel Purifoy and center Austin Wiley on the sideline indefinitely as the school sorts through what it calls "potential eligibility issues." The Tigers hosted Barry University for an exhibition game Thursday night, a game Barry won 100-95. The regular season begins Nov.
Chris Matthews talks Russia probes, Kennedy assassination and more
Matthews discusses the latest in the Russia investigations and the implications of indictments.
JFK assassination investigation files released
The documents released by the National Archives include memos about Communist sympathizers and Hoover's frustration over Oswald's death.
Trump withholds some pages of the recently released secret JFK files
The White House guarded certain documents after an appeal from the CIA and FBI.
JFK assassination files reveal Hoover's frustration over Oswald's death, Soviet reaction
Documents released by the National Archives Thursday illustrated the broad swath of the investigation into the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy, including memos about Communist sympathizers, anti-Fidel Castro activities and U.S. intelligence assets offering information about Cuba.
Trump blocks release of some JFK assassination files
Some records were withheld due to national security concerns, according to a memo from President Trump, while more than 2,800 previously classified or redacted records were released by the National Archives.
Liam Neeson says he is not retiring from action films
Liam Neeson fans won't see the Irish actor in any more "Taken" movies. But that doesn't mean Neeson is giving up his career as an action star. "There’s only so many times your daughter can get taken. C’mon! No, that’s done," Neeson said in a recent appearance on "Popcorn With Peter Travers."