The federal government’s planning agency is taking comments about how best to redevelop the site of the FBI headquarters.
Hard or soft, a target is a target, especially in D.C. Barriers such as fences and security personnel work, but today’s terrorists work differently.
What’s next now that the FBI has hacked into the San Bernardino terrorist’s iPhone without Apple’s help?
Officials are searching for a man they say made and distributed counterfeit badges for the CIA, FBI and Homeland Security Investigations.
Now that the FBI was able to get into the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone without Apple’s help, does this mean that all iPhones are vulnerable?
Hackers crippled computer systems Monday at a major hospital chain, MedStar Health Inc., forcing records systems offline for thousands of patients and doctors.
The FBI is investigating after Medstar Health, which operates hospitals and clinics throughout the Baltimore-Washington area, was hit with a computer virus that could be a case of so-called “ransomware.”
The confluence of rapidly evolving communications technology, the resurgence of aggression from hostile nation-states and rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant has put the Washington Field Office of the FBI in the center of a growing storm.
According to an FBI agent, the family of Jesse Matthew pleaded with him to help find Hannah Graham during the period police believed she was still alive.
In the fight over an iPhone used by an extremist killer in San Bernardino, some legal experts say Congress has never explicitly granted that power. And now a federal judge agrees in a similar case.
The battle between the FBI and Apple over the locked phone of a deceased terrorist in the San Bernardino shootings has generated a lot of important questions for all of us.
“Chasing the Dragon” combines the tragic stories of seven people, whose lives and those of their families were permanently altered by their drug use.
Instead of pushing for the FBI to move to Montgomery County, its leaders are showing support for an agency move to Prince George’s.
There are few steps more important to the resurgence of Pennsylvania Avenue between the U.S. Capitol and the White House than ridding the corridor of the FBI.
WASHINGTON– FBI officials are working with Fairfax County police to identify a serial bank robber nicknamed “the Forever Loyal Bandit,” who was seen again in Virginia for the first time since August 2014. He is believed…