Ammo Change: FBI Switching Back To 9mm Rounds
The Federal Bureau of Investigation stopped using the 9mm round in the 1980s, but improved ballistics has the FBI bringing it back.
FBI Releases Information on LEOs Killed, Assaulted in 2014
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has released the 2014 edition of Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted.
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FBI Celebrates 65th Anniversary of Ten Most Wanted Fugitives Program
Since 1950, 473 of the 504 fugitives on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list have been apprehended or located -- 156 from citizen cooperation.
‘Dark Web’ Creating Challenges For Law Enforcement
The 'Dark Web' refers to a portion of the Internet used for selling illegal goods and services such as drugs and weapons.
FBI Seeking Info on US Persons Joining ISIL
FBI seeking information on identity of an English-speaking individual seen in a propaganda video released by Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
FBI to Add Members to Pittsburgh Cybersquad
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is investing in its Pittsburgh cybersquad after stopping a number of threats.
Oklahoma Law Enforcement Conduct Mall Attack Training Exercise
Oklahoma law enforcement conducted a mall attack training exercise on Tuesday at the Quail Springs Mall in Oklahoma City.
New FBI Next Generation Identification Warming Up Cold Cases
The Federal Bureau of Investigation's Next Generation Identification system recently helped find a suspect in a 17-year-old rape and murder case.
FBI Moving Forward with Facial Recognition Technology
The FBI is weighing the use of facial recognition technology to quickly identify suspects, creating automated police lineups for the YouTube generation.