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Analysis: time for Mueller to move on

William Yeomans is a Professor at American University. He joins In Depth with analysis on Robert Mueller's tenure at the FBI.

Friday - 06/10/2011, 07:01pm EDT
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FBI warns of bogus Homeland Security letter

The FBI says it has received multiple reports of a scam letter using a copy of the FBI seal.

Friday - 06/10/2011, 08:30am EDT

FBI boosting cybersecurity efforts

Learn more in today's cybersecurity efforts

Thursday - 06/09/2011, 08:30am EDT

Justice for hackers may be far off

Learn more in today's cybersecurity update

Tuesday - 06/07/2011, 07:30pm EDT

Hackers target FBI-affilited group

Learn more in today's cybersecurity update

Tuesday - 06/07/2011, 06:30pm EDT

A new request to help solve the NoVa military building shootings

A local military commander is asking the public to help find the person responsible for a series of shootings at Northern Virginia military buildings.

Sunday - 06/05/2011, 03:04pm EDT

Analysis: Proposed Mueller extension sign of FBI's changing role in terror

Robert Blitzer was a special agent at the FBI for 26 years. He is now a Senior Fellow at ICF International.

Monday - 05/16/2011, 06:47pm EDT
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Mueller's legacy put on hold

President Barack Obama will ask Congress to allow FBI Director Robert Mueller to remain in his job an extra two years. Author/editor Garrett Graff tells us more about Mueller, his accomplishments, and his goals.

Friday - 05/13/2011, 12:31pm EDT
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Analysis: Why FBI chief asked to stay longer

With his analysis is Erroll Southers, a former FBI Special Agent and was Assistant Chief of Homeland Security and Intelligence at the Los Angeles World Airports Police Department.

Thursday - 05/12/2011, 06:00pm EDT
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Obama seeking Congress OK for FBI chief to stay

President Barack Obama will ask Congress to allow FBI Director Robert Mueller to remain in his job an extra two years, a rare exemption meant to lend stability in a time of change atop the national security team and renewed worldwide focus on terrorism.

Thursday - 05/12/2011, 05:13pm EDT

FBI spyware sniffs suspect's surfing

A computer bug similar to spyware has been developed by the FBI to trace the source of cyber crimes, and it remains on a suspect's machine forever.

Monday - 05/09/2011, 10:30am EDT

FBI: DC suspicious letters part of broader probe

More than three dozen suspicious but apparently harmless letters addressed to District of Columbia schools appear to have been mailed from the Dallas area and closely resemble letters under investigation by authorities there, the FBI said Friday.

Friday - 05/06/2011, 09:31pm EDT

Emails appearing from FBI contain virus

It's the latest email virus making the rounds. The high-priority-marked email has a questionnaire attachment which contains a Trojan virus.

Thursday - 05/05/2011, 05:32pm EDT

FBI helped by Estonia with cyber sleuthing

Estonia is sharing its cyber defense know-how with the FBI.

Thursday - 05/05/2011, 09:30am EDT

FBI ready to give Next Gen ID a whorl

New technology designed to revolutionize law enforcement's ability to process fingerprints has hit a new milestone. We get details from the FBI's Jerry Pender.

Thursday - 04/28/2011, 09:31am EDT
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IG: FBI agents lack necessary cyber skills

One in three FBI agents investigating national security-related computer intrusions lack the required technical skills to perform their jobs, according to the DOJ IG.

Thursday - 04/28/2011, 08:30am EDT

FBI launches digital sting of malware botnet

In a move to control the contollers, criminal servers have been swapped for government servers to intercept communications between infected systems and the servers controlling them.

Thursday - 04/14/2011, 08:30am EDT

A dangerous employment email

If your business posts an employment opportunity online, watch out -- you may be targeted by crooks.

Wednesday - 04/13/2011, 01:58pm EDT

Cuts and Gains: Budget details at a glance

More details are emerging about the $38 billion dollar deal lawmakers say they reached to keep the government from shutting down. Some cuts were made by pruning money left over from previous years. More than half of the cuts affect education, labor and health programs. A vote in the House is expected as early as Wednesday and the Senate must pass it by Friday to prevent a shutdown.

Tuesday - 04/12/2011, 10:25am EDT

NSA joins NASDAQ cyber attack investigation

Thursday - 03/31/2011, 08:30am EDT
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