Topic: Federal Bureau of Investigation
Sen. Robert Byrd, the longest serving U.S. senator in history, changed West Virginia forever. Robert Byrd was named 'West Virginian of the 20th century.'
06/28/2010 01:22 pm
West Virginia Democrat Robert Byrd had been in Congress since 1953. He won his ninth term to the US Senate in 2006.
06/28/2010 07:35 am
Rod Blagojevich was not pleased when he discovered nothing more than a simple 'thank you' was coming from the new President for selecting an Obama aide to fill out his Senate term.
06/24/2010 05:57 pm
'Knight and Day' stars Cameron Diaz and Tom Cruise in this high-energy action comedy.
06/23/2010 08:06 pm
Joran van der Sloot wouldn't talk to a Peruvian judge assigned his case. Joran van der Sloot tells newspaper he signed confession out of 'blind panic.'
06/22/2010 04:21 am
Prosecutions of leaks of classified information are so difficult that other options may be more effective, the Justice Department suggests. The US is currently pursuing several leak cases, including one involving the website WikiLeaks.
06/21/2010 07:42 pm
Joran van der Sloot has retracted his confession of killing a young woman in Peru, according to a Dutch newspaper.
06/21/2010 01:31 pm
The founder of the FBI’s art crime team writes of his life undercover in search of stolen art.
06/18/2010 07:35 am
Yahya Wehelie, an American from Virginia, has been stuck in Egypt for the last six weeks, living in a cheap hotel and surviving on fast food, because his name is on a no-fly list.
06/16/2010 03:35 pm
Fort Gordon vehicle was found with explosives inside and a civilian was arrested in connection with the investigation.
06/16/2010 12:43 pm