Federal Bureau Of Investigation News
Florida, angry and grieving, takes gun protest to streets
Thousands of angry students, parents, teachers and neighbors of a Florida high school where 17 people were killed are demanding immediate action on gun-control legislation
The Latest: Ex-Russian diplomat calls US charges 'fantasies'
Russia's former ambassador to the United States is dismissing detailed allegations of attempted Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election as "fantasies" rooted in domestic politics
Attorneys for the alleged Parkland school shooter plead to avoid the death penalty
A report from the Department of Children and Family Services shows the alleged shooter had a history of autism, ADHD and depression.
President Trump claims vindication after new indictments in Russia probe
The Mueller investigation is still looking into the possibility of Trump campaign's colluding with Russia.
Passenger says teen driver panicked, hit the gas outside NSA
A passenger in the vehicle that was fired on outside the National Security Agency campus says the unlicensed teen driver made a wrong turn, panicked and hit the gas
Minnesota terror case shows challenge of predicting attacks
The case of a Minnesota woman accused of setting fires on a college campus last month in a self-professed act of jihad raises questions about whether law enforcement could have done more to stop her
High school shooting suspect would plead guilty to avoid death penalty: Defense attorney
A lawyer for Nikolas Cruz, the young man accused of gunning down 17 people at a Florida high school, told ABC News he is willing to have his client plead guilty immediately in return for the prosecution agreeing to take the death penalty off the table. Cruz, 19, would instead have a life sentence,
Trump adviser: Russian meddling 'incontrovertible'
Trump's national security adviser says there is now "incontrovertible" evidence of a Russian plot to disrupt the 2016 U.S. election
Trump overreaches to claim indictment proves 'no collusion'
President Trump is overreaching when he claim that the special counsel's indictment in the Russia investigation offers proof of 'no collusion' between Trump's campaign and Moscow
FBI admits to mishandling tip about shooting suspect
The bureau admitted that a person close to Nikolas Cruz called the FBI tip line in January warning of Cruz' erratic behavior and desire to kill.