Bureau of Investigation

Protesters Block Freeway Traffic in Memphis

Tyre Nichols protesters blocked traffic on a Memphis freeway Friday night after video was released showing police beating the young Black man as they attempted to arrest him.

Georgia Gov. Kemp Declares State of Emergency

Kemp said it is because of "unlawful assemblage, violence, overt threats of violence, disruption of the peace and tranquility of this state and danger to existing persons or property” that he declared the state of emergency.

Former New York Elections Commissioner Pleads Guilty to Voter Fraud

He admitted to unlawfully using the names and dates of birth of 12 voters to fraudulently apply for absentee ballots for elections held in Rensselaer County in 2021.

Gay Couple Accused of Sexually Abusing Adopted Sons Reportedly Bragged About Molesting Them

A Georgia couple is being accused of sexually abusing their adopted children and using them to produce "homemade" child pornography, prosecutors allege.

Over 6 Months Later, FBI Offers $25K Rewards for Information on Pro-life Pregnancy Center Attacks

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is offering rewards for information on multiple attacks against pro-life pregnancy centers.

FBI Searches Chinese Outpost in New York Tasked to ‘Collect Intelligence’ for CCP

First time U.S. authorities seize materials from such outposts.

Former Republican Official Pleads Guilty to ‘12-Count Indictment’ on Ballot Fraud

"Schofield admitted that in 2021, he unlawfully possessed and used the names and dates of birth of voters in connection with 12 absentee ballot applications he electronically submitted in the voters’ names to the New York State Voter Absentee Ballot Application Request Portal," according to the United States Attorney's Office for the Northern District of New York.

FBI Sued For Abuse of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act

American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) filed a lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for its abuses of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA).

Omnibus Shows Congress’s Priorities: Authoritarianism and War

Those hoping for a Christmastime government shutdown were once again disappointed when Congress passed a 4,000-page, $1.7 trillion omnibus appropriations bill that few, if any, Representatives and Senators read before voting on.

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