Federal Bureau of Investigation: News

26 Oct 2017

Russia News

Did Democrats bankroll dirty Russia dossier on Trump?

President Donald Trump's term has been mired in controversy, especially over his alleged links to Russia.

25 Oct 2017

Donald Trump

After Trump, Hillary Clinton, Obama being investigated for Russia ties

Republican committees have started parallel inquiries into former US President Barack Obama and 2016 presidential candidate Hilary Clinton.

17 Oct 2017

Panama Papers

Panama Papers journalist Daphne Caruana killed in car bomb explosion

Prominent investigative journalist-blogger of Europe's Malta, Daphne Caruana Galizia, who accused the nation's government of corruption and fearlessly led Panama Papers investigation, has been killed in a car bomb attack near her Bidnija residence.

09 Oct 2017

Donald Trump

Trump outlines new measures for DACA immigrants, Democrats reject it

The White House has listed several measures which US President Donald Trump insists should be part of any legislation for the recently deferred Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) programme.

05 Oct 2017

Washington DC

Suspected 'acoustic attack:' US expels Cuban diplomats from Washington

In a new development, the US state department has moved to expel 15 Cuban diplomats from Washington.

20 Sep 2017

Donald Trump

Paul Manafort, Trump campaign chief was wiretapped by FBI

In a shocking revelation, US media reported that the FBI wiretapped former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort to probe into his potential Russia connections.

18 Sep 2017


Suspected 'sonic attack:' US mulls closing embassy in Cuba

The US is considering closing down its embassy in Havana after several diplomatic staff reported health problems.

14 Sep 2017

Donald Trump

Trump-Democrats close to deal on protecting young DACA immigrants

President Donald Trump is reportedly close to reaching a deal with the Democrats to continue the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program measures.

12 Sep 2017

Donald Trump

Bannon: Trump firing Comey biggest mistake in 'political history'

Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said President Donald Trump's decision to fire FBI Director James Comey was the biggest mistake made in "modern political history."

11 Sep 2017

Donald Trump

"I am done being a candidate," says Hillary Clinton

Two-time presidential candidate Hillary Clinton opened up about her defeat to Donald Trump in the 2016 elections in a recent CBS interview.

09 Sep 2017


Why did people have blind faith in 'godman' Ram Rahim?

Sirsa wears an almost-deserted look nowadays. The Dera headquarters, once a bustling place, has more or less been abandoned.

07 Sep 2017

Donald Trump

Chicago Mayor declares city a "Trump-free zone" for Dreamers

US President Donald Trump has an imposing influence on contemporary America.

07 Sep 2017

Donald Trump

15 US states sue Trump over DACA decision in court

A group of 16 Democratic and nonpartisan state attorneys general has sued US President Donald Trump's decision to terminate Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA).

06 Sep 2017

Donald Trump

Trump terminates DACA: Thousands of undocumented Indian immigrants face deportation

An estimated 8,000 Indian-Americans are facing deportation after President Donald Trump decided to terminate Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals: an Obama-era policy to protect undocumented immigrant youth.

02 Sep 2017


Why did people have blind faith in 'godman' Ram Rahim?

Sirsa wears an almost-deserted look nowadays. The Dera headquarters, once a bustling place, has more or less been abandoned.

29 Aug 2017

Donald Trump

Reports: Trump associate bragged that Putin would get Donald elected

A business associate of US President Donald Trump had in 2015 advocated using Russian President Vladimir Putin's help to build a Trump Tower in Moscow, the New York Times (NYT) reported.

16 Aug 2017


James Alex Fields Jr: Know the Charlottesville attacker

The recent attack on anti-racist protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia added itself to the long list of hate crimes perpetrated by white supremacists in the US and elsewhere in the world.

10 Aug 2017

Donald Trump

FBI raids ex-Trump campaign chief's house over Russia probe

The FBI raided Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort's residence in Virginia, on July 26, Manafort's spokesman has confirmed.

04 Aug 2017


Researcher who stopped WannaCry malware arrested by FBI

In May, British cyber-security researcher Marcus Hutchins rose to prominence for stalling the WannaCry cyber-attack which affected millions of computers nationwide.

04 Aug 2017

Russia News

US special counsel Mueller assembles grand jury over Russia probe

Justice Department Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating allegations of Russia's election interference, has reportedly assembled a grand jury.

03 Aug 2017


Alabama prisoners stage dramatic escape with peanut butter

The world has seen some daring prison breaks, some ingenious ones, and some plain lucky. What happened at an Alabama prison was probably a combination of all three.

02 Aug 2017

Donald Trump

US Senate confirms Christopher Wray as new FBI director

The US Senate has confirmed Christopher Wray as the new director of the FBI in a 92-5 vote.

13 Jul 2017

Russia News

FBI nominee contradicts Trump, says Russia probe isn't witch hunt

Donald Trump's nominee for FBI director, Christopher Wray has rejected the president's labelling of an investigation into Russia's alleged interference in the US presidential election as a witch hunt.

25 Jun 2017

Russia News

Trump appears to acknowledge Russia's election meddling, blames Obama

For months, US President Donald Trump has denied that Russia had interfered in the 2016 presidential election.

15 Jun 2017

Michael Flynn

Reports: Special counsel to investigate Trump over obstruction of justice

Special counsel Robert Mueller is reportedly investigating US President Donald Trump over possible obstruction of justice, an impeachable offense.

15 Jun 2017

North Korea

US blames North Korea for cyberattacks, more attacks imminent

The US government in an unprecedented move has now issued a red flag against the North Korean government blaming the country for a series of cyberattacks that go way back to 2009.

14 Jun 2017

Washington DC

US attorney general denies having secret meetings with Russian officials

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions denounced suggestions that he colluded with the Russia as "an appalling and detestable lie."

12 Jun 2017

Donald Trump

Ex-prosecutor Preet Bharara fired for not taking Trump's call

Preet Bharara, the Indian-origin former New York district attorney, said he was fired by President Donald Trump after he refused to take a third phone call from him.

12 Jun 2017

Donald Trump

Betting odds: 63% chance of Trump's impeachment/resignation

Former FBI director James Comey's explosive testimony to the US Congress last week has seen a surge in people betting money on President Donald Trump failing to complete his four-year term, either due to impeachment or his resignation.

11 Jun 2017

Vladimir Putin

The Putin interviews: Oliver stone explores Putin's thinking

Keeping superpowers on their toes for many years, Russian President Vladimir Putin has built himself up to be a symbol of power.

09 Jun 2017

Donald Trump

Ex-FBI director testifies about Trump pressure, Russia investigation

Former FBI director James Comey testified before a Senate Intelligence Committee on Capitol Hill, revealing the circumstances leading to his controversial dismissal by US President Donald Trump.

08 Jun 2017

Michael Flynn

Ex-FBI chief claims Trump pressurized him to drop Russia probe

Former FBI Director James Comey said US President Donald Trump had asked him to stop investigating former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

07 Jun 2017


Trump's incoherent speeches: A nightmare for translators

With Trump as the President, a serious problem has arisen: How to translate Trump?

22 May 2017

Donald Trump

Step up in fight over 'Islamist-extremism': Trump to Arab leaders

On his first foreign trip as President to Saudi Arabia, Donald Trump revised his anti-Islam rhetoric and classified the fight against terrorism as one between good and evil.

Report reveals China's crackdown on CIA operations

Reports have indicated that Chinese officials identified and killed over a dozen CIA operatives in China between 2010 and 2012.

21 May 2017

Russia News

Trump told Russian officials firing Comey eased "great pressure"

President Donald Trump told Russian officials during a meeting last week that firing FBI director James Comey has eased "great pressure" on him, the New York Times (NYT) reported.