Federal Bureau Of Investigation News
Man Arrested in 2014 Murder Case of FSU Law Professor
A man has been arrested for the 2014 murder of Florida State University law professor Daniel Markel, the Tallahassee Police Department said today, but the probable cause for the case has been sealed.
Clinton Says IG Report Won't Affect Her Presidential Bid
Hillary Clinton says a new government audit critical of her use of a private email server as secretary of state won't affect her Democratic presidential campaign
FBI Director Discusses Violence in the U.S.
ABC News' Senior Justice Correspondent, Pierre Thomas reports on FBI Director James Comey's statements on the rising murders in the United States.
Prisoner Not Seen Since CIA Capture May Appear at Guantanamo
A Palestinian not seen publicly since his 2002 capture by the CIA launched a brutal interrogation program may soon make his first appearance in a U.S. courtroom
State Judge in 'Mississippi Burning' Trial Dies at Age 84
The state judge who presided over the "Mississippi Burning" case in a 2005 trial has died
The Latest: Police Mum on Details in Professor's Slaying
Tallahassee police are refusing to disclose any details about why a South Florida man was arrested in the killing of a Florida State University professor as they continue investigating the case
Uganda: 7 Convicted of Al-Shabab's Deadly World Cup Bombings
Uganda: 7 convicted of carrying out twin bombings in which more than 70 people were killed in 2010 during World Cup final
'Sextortion' Becoming a Growing Problem for Children, Teens
“ Good Morning America ” has a parenting alert about online sexploitation, where children and teens can be coerced or blackmailed into sending explicit pictures or videos to a predator. For Bethany Burtlow and her mom Alana, the pain is still fresh. “I’m watching my child just melt and break,”
Clinton Email: 5 Big Takeaways From the State Dept. Report
The Hillary Clinton email controversy has dogged the former secretary of state for more than a year and has now reached new prominence as the Democratic presidential contender attempts to fight off a challenge by Sen. Bernie Sanders . Yesterday, a report released by the State Department’s Office of