Former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert was charged with evading rules that require banks to report cash transactions of more than $10,000 and lying to the FBI about his withdrawals, federal officials said.
A Mesquite, Texas, man who pledged allegiance to ISIS and lied to the FBI about it was arrested on Thursday, according to a criminal complaint.
Federal agents are searching an apartment in Phoenix after two men were fatally shot by police Sunday after they opened fire on an unarmed security guard outside a suburban Dallas venue.
FBI Director James Comey did not intend to suggest in an article last week that Poland was responsible for the Holocaust during World War II, a State Department spokeswoman said.
The government has a new weapon against cyber hackers who threaten national security.
A Washington, D.C., FBI agent was charged Friday with stealing heroin obtained in undercover investigations and using it to get high.
A Dallas man is jailed in Wichita County on a charge of impersonating a public servant after allegedly telling people in Burkburnett he was an undercover FBI agent conducting DWI enforcement.
The FBI arrests one of two men who police say robbed a Midland bank in just one minute.
The FBI on Friday formally accused the North Korean government of the hacking attack that led Sony Pictures Entertainment to cancel the movie "The Interview."
FBI officials are reportedly investigating a beheading at an Oklahoma food distribution center after co-workers said the suspect tried to convert them to Islam after his recent conversion.
A longtime California politician who was praised for his efforts to make government more transparent and authored gun control legislation was arrested Wednesday, accused of conspiracy to deal firearms and wire fraud.
The latest message from MSU Facebook page states investigation still pending and Monday classes are not cancelled.
Senator Ted Cruz is continuing a scheduled tour of Texas, after a series of online threats this week.
The FBI has been searching for a serial bank robber known as the Loan Ranger Bandit for four years now and he is still on the loose.
Thirty people are named in the latest federal indictment, charged with possession with the intent to distribute 50 grams or more of meth. Some suspects face other charges.
Herman Vaughan and Katrina Davis, whom officials say were arrested in connection to an FBI drug investigation in Wichita Falls, waived their detention hearings this morning.
According to the Quannah Tribune-Chief, the former Hardeman County Hospital Administrator is under investigation by the FBI.