FBI: Corruption Billboard Isn't Related To Baltimore MayorThe FBI says its billboard and social media campaign asking for tips about public corruption in Baltimore aren't related to the federal investigation of Mayor Catherine Pugh.
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's Homes, City Hall Office Raided By FBI And IRSThe FBI is at Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's house and City Hall Thursday morning.
FBI: DNA Test Results Indicate Person Isn't The Missing Boy He Claimed To BePolice have identified that person as Brian Michael Rini, of Medina, Ohio, who has a long criminal history.
FBI Offering $5,000 Reward For Information About Baltimore Bank RobberThe FBI is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information about a Baltimore bank robbery suspect.
FBI Seeks To ID Suspect In Series Of Baltimore Bank RobberiesThe suspect is believed to be responsible for six bank robberies in the Baltimore area that started on February 27. 
Arrests Made In String Of 76 Commercial Armed Robberies Across MarylandBaltimore County Police arrested three suspects in a robbery spree that targeted several businesses across Maryland. 
Judge Voids Paul Manafort Plea Deal, Says He 'Intentionally' Lied To FBI, Special Counsel, Grand JuryPaul Manafort, President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, lied to special counsel Robert Mueller, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.
Ex-Taneytown Police Chief Charged With Illegally Possessing, Transferring Machine GunsFormer Taneytown Police Chief William Tyler was charged with the unlawful transfer and possession of machine guns Monday.
Maryland Police Chief Resigns Following FBI, ATF SearchesA Maryland police chief has resigned weeks after federal agents executed a search warrant at the department in an investigation with still unclear origins.
FBI Foils Georgia Man's Plan To Attack The White HouseA man who planned to attack the White House with explosives and an anti-tank rocket today is under arrest, federal prosecutors said. Hasher Jallal Taheb is charged with attempting to damage or destroy a building owned by the U.S. using fire or an explosive.
Project Safe Neighborhoods Aims To ID Violent Repeat OffendersProject Safe Neighborhoods is nationwide and is the centerpiece of the Department of Justice's violent crime reduction efforts. It was just awarded a $30 million dollar federal grant.