Federal Bureau Of Investigation
Hate Crimes Are on the Rise. Why Do Many Still Go Unreported?
Actor Jussie Smollett has been charged with felony disorderly conduct for making a false report of a hate crime. Research shows such reports are rare.
Anti-Black and Anti-Semitic Attacks Top the FBI's 2017 Records for Hate Crimes
City, state, tribal, and other law enforcement agencies reported more than 7,000 hate crimes to the FBI in 2017, according to numbers the FBI released on Tuesday.
Top Senate Republicans Call for a Hearing on Andrew McCabe's Dismissal
Several Republican senators agree a hearing is necessary to ensure that the former FBI deputy director's ousting was not politically motivated.
A Pew Survey Shows Most Americans Hold Favorable Views of Federal Agencies
As the government continues to restructure under the Trump administration, the American people continue to hold favorable opinions of federal agencies and departments like the CIA, Federal Reserve, FBI, and EPA.
FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe Is Stepping Down
McCabe has been a frequent target of President Donald Trump's ire.
FBI Re-Opens Probe of Clinton Foundation Donations
Agents from the Little Rock, Arkansas, field office are looking into whether any donations to the Clinton Foundation were made in exchange for political favors while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state.
How Can We Treat the Seriously Mentally Ill Before Tragedy Occurs, Instead of After?
Laura's Law could provide a middle ground between the old norm of total institutionalization and the new one of total abandonment. But the statute is struggling to reconcile forestalling tragedies with patients' rights.
The FBI Built a Database That Can Catch Serial Rapists—and Almost Nobody Uses It
For roughly 30 years the FBI has virtually ignored a system meant to help cops track the behavioral patterns of violent criminals.