An Ivy League-educated former executive at a New York investment bank was arrested Monday on charges he tried to defraud investors of more than $95 million as he led what a prosecutor called a “shameful charade” to cover his tracks.
When Julie Pearson, a British national living in the southern Israeli city of Eilat, was found dead last November, all signs pointed to her violent boyfriend, Amjad Khatib.
She’s a beauty and a beast, pummeling her boyfriend in a jealous fit at his tony Manhattan apartment, according to court documents and the now-ex-beau.
An alleged gunman was taken into custody after shots were fired Monday afternoon at the tourist-heavy U.S. Capitol Visitor Center – an incident that sent the Capitol complex and the White House into lockdown.
Federal authorities arrested more than 1,000 people in a five-week operation aimed at disrupting transnational gangs across the United States.
One hundred forty-seven FBI agents have been deployed to run down leads, according to a lawmaker briefed by FBI Director James B. Comey.
A wealthy widower has been found strangled to death in his Upper East Side apartment with the door locked from the inside and days worth of deliveries at the door.
Border officials in Texas say they have intercepted a semi-submersible vessel carrying a whopping 12,800 pounds of cocaine that’s worth more than $200 million.
The FBI announced the indictment of seven Iranian hackers for a coordinated campaign of cyber attacks on dozens of U.S. banks and a New York dam from 2011 to 2013, signaling an effort by officials to more publicly confront cyber crime waged on behalf of foreign nations.
San Diego – U.S. authorities on Wednesday seized a cross-border tunnel that ran the length of four football fields from a restaurant in Mexicali, Mexico, to a newly built house in Calexico, California, following an investigation that netted more than a ton of marijuana and resulted in four arrests.