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The day after the FBI took down the infamous Silk Road 2, more sites are going offline.
The senator slams federal agents for impersonating the media and a fake Facebook account.
The FBI wrote a fake story and planted it on a fabricated Seattle Times website.
The senator chided President Obama for his administration’s treatment of whistleblowers.
The FBI Director said the technology would "allow people to place themselves above the law."
The FBI hopes the facial-recognition system will eventually replace fingerprint tracking.
Meeting with FBI officials, Holder promised to lead a "thorough and fair" investigation.
A report on Wednesday said the NSA and FBI had tracked five American Muslims.
The FBI will be basing its database on mug shots, James Comey said.
Four tech giants say the FBI's national security letters violate the First Amendment.
He would shoot Speaker after House's failure to extend emergency unemployment benefits.
The Justice Department repeatedly overstated its effort and effectiveness in cracking down on...
The news organization said the action raised "constitutional concerns."
FBI agents were investigating residents of three Las Vegas villas for online sports betting.
Portman blasted President Obama’s plan to track U.S. supporters of ISIS as “reckless.”
As major companies are reeling from hacks, the FBI warns of unhappy workers.
The StingRay devices mimic cellphone towers to track phones' location.
The FBI is investigating the hackers who posted photos of Jennifer Lawrence and others.
Officials are looking at a trio of locations in Maryland and Virginia.
A court ruled that people on the list must be told and allowed to challenge the decision.
Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) called on President Obama to direct the Federal Bureau of Investigations...
“This country was founded by people who were worried about government power," Comey said.
“They've been very limited in the scope for their investigation," he said.
The Hill obtained more than 1,400 pages from Specter’s FBI file.