Journalism in the Public Interest

Articles Tagged With “FBI”

Watchdog Faults FBI for ‘Factually Weak’ Basis for Investigating Activists

An Inspector General's report says that individual activists were unnecessarily placed on terrorism watchlists because the FBI classified investigations of minor crimes as terrorism investigations.

Colleague Says Anthrax Numbers Add Up to Unsolved Case

A colleague says the man named as the 2001 anthrax killer simply could not have done it.

Report: Fixing FBI’s Computer System Will Cost More, Take Longer

The Inspector General said the FBI's overhaul of its archaic computer system would take at least nine months and $26 million more than planned.

ACLU Sues FBI for Imprisonment of New Jersey Man in Africa

A lawsuit contends that the U.S. government was complicit in the detention and mistreatment of Amir Meshal, who was held for four months in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia.

FBI Raids New Orleans Police Department

DNA Testing of Detained Immigrants Easier Said Than Done

Though federal agencies are now authorized to send DNA samples from undocumented immigrants to the FBI's crime lab, they have yet to start doing so.

New Scandal: House of Murtha

Jackson ‘5’?

Who Is ‘Senate Candidate 5’?

Blagojevich, Bribes and More!

The End of FBI’s Terror Trade-Off?

Did Lehman Bros. Lie to Investors?

Feds Probing AIG for Concealing Losses

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