Federal Bureau of Investigation
Shortly after 9/11, the FBI selected Mount St. Mary’s University as one of seven institutions nationwide where the FBI would focus its recruitment for intelligence analysts.
Two Maryland women facing deportation pleaded with a Homeland Security official Wednesday to end a program that gives federal immigration authorities access to fingerprints of people arrested.
Police in Aruba are trying to hold Gary Giordano, the man Robyn Gardner met online and traveled with there, in jail while they build a case against him.
Former Maryland Gov. William Donald Schaefer had his life threatened at least three times during his more than five decades in public service.
Mortgage fraud remains widespread in the depressed housing market, with perpetrators motivated by high profits and little risk of getting caught, the FBI said Friday.
Prosecutors in Maryland are appealing the release of a presidential historian charged with conspiring to steal valuable documents from archives in several states.
Two men accused of swiping historical documents from a Baltimore museum appear in federal court.
A Baltimore police officer busted for selling heroin while on duty will stay in jail.
U.K. tabloid News of The World shut down last week after it was discovered reporters had been hacking into the phones of murder and terrorist victims. Now that scandal is spreading over the pond, as the FBI investigates allegations that reporters tried hacking Sept. 11 victims.
On Thursday the FBI searched the Manhattan apartment of Barry Landau. He’s one of two suspects locked up in the Baltimore City Detention Center accused of stealing important and expensive documents from the Maryland Historical Society.
There’s startling new information in the Phylicia Barnes murder investigation. FBI agents pointed to a child pornography investigation as they tried to gain access to Phylicia’s Facebook and email accounts.
The wife of former Prince George’s County Executive Jack Johnson is scheduled for a plea hearing next week.