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The drastic budgetary cuts that face the FBI pose a clear and present danger to national security and to the citizens of the United States. If these cuts remain in place it will not be a question of if, but rather when disaster will occur, says Ellen Glasser, president of the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI.
Walton Francis, author of the Checkbook Guide to the Health Plan for Federal Employees, and NARFE's David Snell will answer your open season questions.
November 20, 2013 (Encore presentation November 27, 2013)
From 2004 to May this year, Justice Department has spent nearly $5M on drones
The FBI says Aaron Alexis did not target individuals when he went on a shooting spree at the Washington Navy Yard. A video released by the FBI shows Alexis arriving at the Navy Yard by car and entering Building 197, the headquarters of Naval Sea Systems Command.
An Arkansas man will serve 15 years in prison without parole for sending three threatening letters to federal employees and a federal district judge.
The Partnership for Public Services nominated Supervisory Special Agent Seamus McElearney and a team of FBI agents for a 2013 Sammies Medal, for their investigation of the notorious Colombo and Bonanno La Cosa Nostra crime families.
A special agent won his discrimination lawsuit against the FBI but is struggling to get his job back.
The FBI hopes a new portal, iGuardian, will enable the FBI to help companies protect themselves against malware by creating a repository of cybersecurity breaches.
Senate confirms James Comey to head FBI after Sen. Paul ends delays over domestic drones
FBI nominee says surveillance can be 'valuable tool' in law enforcement but needs oversight
Obama nominating as FBI chief Bush official involved in hospital bedside standoff
Mueller gets another grilling on major FBI probes in final appearance before House panel
AP sources say ex-Bush official James Comey to be Obama's nominee to head FBI
Atty Gen Holder orders probe into IRS targeting of conservative groups for extra tax scrutiny
Senator: Police have suspect in mind in mailing to Miss senator that tests positive for ricin
Alaska-based soldier gets 16 years for selling secrets to FBI agent posing as Russian spy
Bob Blitzer, former chief of the FBI's domestic Terrorism and Counterterrorism Planning Section, told the Federal Drive with Tom Temin and Emily Kopp a substantial joint terrorism task force will draw on federal resources to investigate Monday's bombings in Boston.
Department of Defense employee who oversaw construction contracts at Camp Pendleton used his position to extort bribes from businesses seeking to work on the California Marine Corps base, federal prosecutors said Monday.
Agents charged Bo Jiang, a contractor at the National Institute of Aerospace, with lying to federal investigators. Jiang was under investigation for possible violations of the Arms Control Act.
AP Exclusive: FBI finds fatal shooting of Calif. immigration agent by colleague was justified