FBI Director Christopher Wray reaffirmed the FBI’s stance on countering artificial intelligence (AI) and cyberspace threats and posed a call to action to strengthen private sector and government partnerships in fighting both domestic and foreign adversaries.
The FBI hosted the annual Titan Shield training exercise series, an interagency effort designed to coordinate roles and responsibilities in case of a weapons of mass destruction terrorist attack.
FBI Director Christopher Wray participated in a wide-ranging discussion with International Spy Museum Executive Director Chris Costa about national security threats facing the United States and what the FBI is doing to combat them.
Two men who helped create a service that blurs cryptocurrency transaction histories are facing federal charges after they allegedly conspired to launder money for DPRK-sponsored criminal actors, violate U.S. government sanctions, and operate an unlicensed money transmitting business.
The FBI and the Justice Department announced a multinational operation to disrupt and dismantle the malware and botnet known as Qakbot.
The FBI has refreshed its Safe Online Surfing (SOS) Internet Challenge—a free, educational program for children that teaches cyber safety—with new graphics and updated content.
Cliff's Crew—a group of youth mentored by retired NFL Seattle Seahawks player Cliff Avril—visited the FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C., where they toured the FBI Experience and met with Associate Deputy Director Brian Turner.
A unique FBI internship program gives our nation’s wounded warriors the chance to explore careers with the Bureau—and potentially become permanent members of the FBI family.
The FBI-led “Operation Cross Country" located 59 minor victims of child sex trafficking and sexual exploitation, and another 59 children who had been reported missing.
During a July 26 keynote at the FBI Atlanta Cyber Threat Summit, Director Christopher Wray warned that cybercriminals are weaponizing artificial intelligence—and the resulting threat will only worsen as machine-learning models become increasingly sophisticated.
FBI Director Addresses Black Law Enforcement Executives on Role of Partnerships in Fighting Violent Crime, Other Threats
In a July 24 meeting with Black law enforcement executives, FBI Director Christopher Wray reaffirmed the FBI’s reliance on partner agencies like theirs to succeed in making the country safer from threats including violent crime, drugs, counterterrorism, and cybercrime.
After an investigation by the FBI Boston Division—in collaboration with our legal attaché office in Mexico City and our international partners—the FBI returned a letter signed by Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés to the government of Mexico.
FBI Director Christopher Wray testified on July 12 before the House Judiciary Committee about the breadth and impact of the work FBI employees do each day to protect the American people.
FBI San Juan and law enforcement partners led a violent gang takedown that resulted in drug and firearm charges for 40 gang members.
A Navajo victim specialist in the FBI's Phoenix Division shows how her background is an asset for Native American crime victims and investigators pursuing leads.
Teen Academy graduate Bella Crepeaux and Citizens Academy graduate Jay Mroszczak are now paying it forward as the next generation of FBI community outreach specialists.
The FBI has announced that the reward for information leading directly to the arrest of a Ten Most Wanted Fugitive increased from up to $100,000 to up to $250,000.
Donald Eugene Fields II, wanted for the alleged sex trafficking of at least one child in Missouri, has been added to the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list. The FBI is offering up to $250,000 for information leading to...
In recognition of National Missing Children’s Day—observed annually on May 25—the FBI reaffirms its year-round commitment to reuniting missing and kidnapped children with their families and asks the public for help in bringing them home.
An Elder Justice Task Force in California illustrates how collaboration between agencies is critical in targeting financial scams against older Americans that cost them billions in losses every year.