FBI Headlines

  • Revealed: Canada uses massive US anti-terrorist database at borders

    • Documents released to the Guardian show Tuscan contains more than 680,000 names provided to every border guard• Database is effectively a second Canadian no-fly list, run by the US Canadian border guards have been screening travellers using a huge, secretive US anti-terrorism database that is almost never referred to publicly, new documents reveal. The database, called Tuscan, is provided to every Canadian border guard and immigration officer, and empowers them to detain, interrogate, arrest...

    the Guardian
  • James Comey: 'You stare at children crying – what kind of people are we?’

    Would Hillary Clinton be in the White House – and the world a better place – if not for the former FBI director? He talks conscience, regret, and why the US public will vote Trump out Are there times, in the dead of night, just after Donald Trump has appalled the world with some newly horrific act, when James Comey is gripped by the dreaded thought: It was me who put that man in power? The answer Comey gives is unexpectedly swift and direct. “Yes, actually. Mostly because people say that to me...

    the Guardian
  • National Enquirer publisher subpoenaed in Michael Cohen inquiry

    Federal prosecutors are investigating Cohen’s links to $150,000 paid to playboy model alleging Trump affair Federal prosecutors issued a subpoena to the National Enquirer’s publisher for records pertaining to a $150,000 payment the magazine made before the 2016 presidential election to Karen McDougal, a former Playboy model who has said she had an affair with Donald Trump. The subpoena, first reported by the Wall Street Journal, was issued this spring by prosecutors in the southern district of...

    the Guardian
  • Trump goes after FBI lovers for infidelity

    President Donald Trump bashed FBI lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page following the release of an Inspector General's report – pointing not just to their anti-Trump texts but to their infidelity.

    Mail Online
  • Tesla sues ex-employee alleging data theft, leaks to media

    A former employee hacked into computers at Tesla's Nevada battery factory, stole confidential information and combined it with falsehoods in leaks to the media, the Palo Alto car maker alleged in a federal lawsuit. The suit was filed Wednesday, three days after CEO Elon Musk warned employees of sabotage from within the company. Martin Tripp of Sparks, Nev., admitted to Tesla investigators that he wrote software that transferred several gigabytes of data outside...

  • Active shooters usually get their guns legally and then target specific victims, FBI says

    A new study found that attackers often alarm the people around them with warning signs and carry out their rampages as a result of their grievances. The FBI says mental illness was confirmed in just 25 percent of cases.