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Trump FBI nominee rejects torture

Washington - President Donald Trump's pick to lead the Federal Bureau of Investigation said Wednesday he rejected the use of torture in interrogations, calling the practice illegal and ineffective.

Christopher Wray: from criminal lawyer to FBI chief

Washington - Tapped by Donald Trump as the new head of the FBI, Christopher Wray is a high-flying criminal lawyer who represented Trump ally Chris Christie in a New Jersey political scandal and once worked under fired FBI director James Comey.

Lieberman drops out of FBI director race

Washington - Former US senator Joe Lieberman withdrew from consideration as FBI director Thursday after President Donald Trump chose a lawyer from the same law firm where Lieberman worked to advise him on the deepening Russia scandal.

Democrats threaten to block Trump's pick for FBI

Washington - President Donald Trump stepped up the search Monday for a new FBI director after he abruptly fired James Comey, but Democrats are threatening to throw up roadblocks unless a special prosecutor is named to probe Russia ties.

Democrats maintain pressure on Trump over Comey firing

Washington - Democrats kept up the pressure on Donald Trump Sunday over his firing of FBI director James Comey, as members of both parties said the president must turn over any secret recordings of the two men's conversations.

Trump sees 'fast' decision over new FBI director

Washington - President Donald Trump said Saturday he would act quickly to appoint a new FBI director following his controversial dismissal earlier this week of James Comey -- a move that was still reverberating around Washington.

FBI chief 'nauseous' at thought he swayed US election

Washington - FBI Director James Comey said Wednesday he felt "nauseous" at the thought he swayed last year's US election by announcing he was reopening a probe into Hillary Clinton's emails just days before the vote.

Amid political storm, FBI chief says he will serve until 2023

Boston - FBI Director James Comey said Wednesday he plans to hold his job until 2023, amid a political storm that has made him a target of both US political parties.

Trump blasts FBI for not stopping leaks to media

Washington - President Donald Trump took the unusual step Friday of publicly criticizing the FBI, saying it was failing to stop national security leaks to the media, even from within the agency.

FBI diverts anti-terror resources to probe #NoDAPL activists

Washington - The Federal Bureau of Investigation is diverting agents tasked with preventing terrorist attacks to investigate Native Americans, environmentalists and other activists opposing the highly controversial Dakota Access Pipeline.

Assange hits back after US intelligence hack report

London - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange insisted Monday that the leaked Democratic Party material they published before the US presidential election did not come from the Russian government.

FBI arrests Volkswagen executive over conspiracy charges

Detroit - The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has arrested Volkswagen of America's former regulatory compliance chief Oliver Schmidt, charging him with conspiracy to defraud the United States

Global police smash huge online crime network

Den Haag - In one of the biggest takedowns to date, police across the globe have smashed a massive criminal network providing online services including malware attacks that infected half a million computers worldwide, Europol said Thursday.

No change to FBI advice not to charge Clinton over emails: lawmaker

Washington - The FBI's review of new emails did not uncover any wrongdoing by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and the bureau has not changed its July recommendation not to charge her, Director James Comey told lawmakers Sunday.

Op-Ed: Clinton campaign wants FBI to confirm Russia is working for Trump

The Clinton campaign is demanding that the FBI confirm accusations that Donald Trump, the Republican candidate is secretly supported by Russia.

FBI plumbs email trove, shaking White House race

Washington - FBI agents are plumbing hundreds of thousands of emails in search of potentially incriminating evidence against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, in a high-pressure probe seven days before the US presidential election.

Report: Anthony Weiner being investigated over sexting with minor

New York City - CNN is reporting former disgraced congressman Anthony Weiner is being investigated over allegations made earlier this week that he exchanged explicit text messages and photos with a 15-year-old girl even though she told him how old she was.

FBI: Man robbed bank so he wouldn't have to live with wife

Kansas City - According to authorities, a 70-year-old Kansas City, Kansas man decided to rob a bank in order to go to jail. He decided being incarcerated was better than having to live with his wife. He managed to accomplish his goal.

Florida man charged after online threats made to LGBT community

Orlando - A 50-year-old man is in custody after it was alleged he made threats on Facebook to kill gays and lesbians in Wilton Manors, Florida. The post mentioned the Pulse nightclub in Orlando where 49 people were killed and 53 others injured on June 12.

FBI releases Clinton email probe files

Washington - The FBI poured fresh fuel on the fire sparked by Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server as secretary of state, releasing heavily redacted notes on its probe, which White House rival Donald Trump seized on to attack her fitness for office.

Microsoft leaks the keys protecting millions of Windows devices

Microsoft has inadvertently leaked the "golden keys" that could be used to unlock millions of Windows-powered devices protected by Secure Boot. The blunder proves why the FBI's request to have access to such powerful keys could be a serious security risk.

Comey defends decision on Clinton emails

Washington - FBI chief James Comey vigorously defended his recommendation not to file charges against Democratic White House hopeful Hillary Clinton over her private email use at the State Department, saying she did not break the law.

Op-Ed: How did Orlando nightclub shooter escape FBI scrutiny?

Fort Pierce - Even if nothing more than misery and alarm comes from last week's mass shooting in a Florida nightclub, at least U.S. law enforcement will have to stop taking bows over keeping the country safe from terrorism.

Ad on Craigslist refers to Orlando, warns San Diego is next

San Diego - An ad was posted on Craigslist mentioning the mass murders in Orlando and threatening that San Diego will be next. Police and the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force are searching for the person who posted the ad.

Suspect in spraying mouse poison on produce in stores arrested

Ann Arbor - The FBI have a man in custody after three incidents where mouse poison and hand sanitizer were sprayed on produce in Ann Arbor, Michigan grocery stores.

Apple, Google have been asked to decrypt phones at least 63 times

The U.S. government has attempted to force Apple, Google and other smartphone manufacturers to unlock at least 63 devices. The FBI is demanding access to a lot more than one phone, despite its recent claims in the Apple case.

ISIS inspired Faisal Mohammad's stabbing spree on campus

Sacramento - The FBI has concluded Faisal Mohammad, who stabbed four people on the campus last November, was probably self-radicalized. The 18-year-old was shot dead by campus police shortly after the attacks.

FBI: Flight attendant set fire on plane in order to find it

Detroit - It is alleged a flight attendant set a fire in a washroom of an aircraft in flight so he would be able to discover it and put it out. The plane was forced to make an emergency landing.

Apple working on iOS version with even greater security

Apple is building a new version of iOS which will feature even tighter security restrictions that would prevent the company from complying with government requests to unlock iPhones. Apple intends to effectively lock itself out of iOS installs.

Apple chief calls FBI iPhone case 'bad for America'

San Francisco - Apple chief Tim Cook went public in his battle with the FBI, saying that unlocking an iPhone in the name of fighting terrorism would be "bad for America.
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