The 24 hate-motivated killings logged by law enforcement agencies in 2018 was the most on record.
Roughly 88% of all the agencies in the report claimed to have zero hate crimes whatsoever.
One woman’s fallopian tubes were allegedly “burnt down to nubs” after going to Javaid Perwaiz for treatment.
Richard Holzer, 27, wanted to use pipe bombs and arsenic to attack Temple Emanuel in Pueblo, according to a Justice Department complaint.
The attorney general said the FBI will host a training session as officials work to “identify, assess and engage potential mass shooters before they strike."
A judge declared a mistrial after the jury was unable to reach a verdict on two counts against Frank Nucera, who was found guilty of lying to the FBI.
Former Bordentown Township Police Chief Frank Nucera was the first law enforcement officer to face a federal hate crimes charge in at least a decade.
Little has confessed to strangling 93 women. The FBI has verified at least 50 of the claims and believes all of Little's confessions are "credible."
The small-screen adaptation of the former FBI director's memoir will also feature Emmy-winner Brendan Gleeson as Donald Trump.
In his plea agreement, Robin Hayes will say that he knew he was making false statements to FBI agents investigating a political donor.
The soldier allegedly discussed traveling to Ukraine to join an extremist group.
Democrat Christopher Coons told the FBI last October that it should talk to a former classmate of Brett Kavanaugh with a relevant story about the judge.
The brazen counterintelligence operation stretched from the Bay Area to the heart of the nation’s capital, according to former U.S. officials.
Some Democratic presidential contenders and former U.S. attorneys have raised concerns the investigation during Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation hearings was incomplete.
An attorney for the former FBI deputy director presses federal prosecutors about an anticipated indictment that hasn't materialized.
Lawyers for 9/11 survivors and victims' relatives believe the name belongs to a Saudi government official alleged to have assisted two hijackers in the attack.
Jeffrey Clark Jr., a self-described white nationalist who called the Pittsburgh shooting suspect a "hero," could be eligible for supervised release.
One victim's body remained missing Thursday as federal investigators continued to interview the crew of the Conception.
The groups targeted in the bureau's investigation are largely involved in nonviolent civil disobedience.
An FBI agent says authorities are responding to "an active shooter every other week in this country," as incidents trend up every year.