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Explained: Who is Samuel Little, America's biggest-ever serial killer?

Little has been convicted of eight murders, all women, whom he killed by strangling between 1981 and 1994.

With 93 murders, Samuel Little is most prolific serial killer in US history

Little, 79, has confessed to 93 murders, the FBI said. The agency said in a statement that it had verified 50 of the killings and that it believed “all of his confessions are credible.”


FBI seeks video, pictures as it investigates California dive boat fire

The FBI set up a webpage, www.fbi.gov/boatfire, for the submission of images and said witnesses could call the agency at an 800-number with tips.

Russia intent on interfering with 2020 US elections, says FBI Director

The United States has imposed election-related sanctions on Russian oligarchs and military intelligence officials and there is a push for legislation threatening tougher sanctions in the US Congress.

FBI eyes Deutsche Bank after money-laundering report

Banks are required to report certain suspicious transactions to the Treasury Department but have discretion over what triggers a report. Transactions are typically vetted at several levels at banks and many are ultimately not sent to Treasury.

Sixteen women sue FBI, alleging a ‘Good Old Boy Network’ at its training academy

According to the lawsuit, male instructors at the academy in Quantico, Virginia, exposed the women to a hostile work environment, sexual harassment and inappropriate jokes.


18-year-old US national pleads guilty to providing support to LeT

Sewell now faces up to 20 years in federal prison and a fine of up to USD 250,000. The sentencing is scheduled for August 12.

FBI arrests leader of right-wing militia that detained migrants in New Mexico

Hopkins’ arrest comes as tensions rise over ultraconservative paramilitary groups operating along the southwestern border. Professed militias have a long history of targeting immigrants from Latin America, tracing back to the Ku Klux Klan’s creation of its own border patrol in the 1970s.

A portrait of the White House and its culture of chaos

It has not been the end of his presidency, but it has come to consume it. Although the resulting two-year investigation ended without charges against Trump, Mueller’s report painted a damning portrait of a White House dominated by a president desperate to thwart the inquiry only to be restrained by aides equally desperate to thwart his orders.

US: Hacker group posts data of hundreds of federal agents, officers

A hacker group has posted online the personal information of hundreds of federal agents and police offers apparently stolen from websites affiliated with alumni of the FBI's National Academy.

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Tharoor should be taken into custody for questioning: Swamy

Jaipur, Jan 16 (ANI): Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Saturday said that FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) report found presence of heart-arrest injectable poison Lidocaine in wife of Congress leader Shashi Tharoor Sunanda Pushkar’s body. He added that the Delhi police had categorically asserted that the cause of Pushkar’s death was not natural, and police should immediately take Tharoor into custody for questioning.

Priyanka Chopra wins People's Choice Award for 'Quantico'

New Delhi, Jan 7 (ANI): Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra has added another diamond to her tiara as she has won the 2016 People's Choice Awards for her American sitcom 'Quantico.' Priyanka Chopra was nominated alongside Jamie Lee Curtis, Emma Roberts, Marcia Gay Harden and Lea Michelle in the 'Favourite Actress in a New TV Series' category.With this, she has also become the first South Asian actress to get nominated and win the People's Choice Awards. As soon as she received the award from the 'Fast and Furious' actor Vin Diesel, the actress took to her Twitter handle to post a picture wherein she is seen all smiles with the trophy in her hand. Captioning the picture, Priyanka wrote, "I am so fortunate! Thank U to everyone who voted for me at the #PCAs! My #PCManiacs- I am nothing without you! Big love." In the ABC sitcom, Priyanka was seen as an FBI agent named Alex Parrish and received global appreciation for her acting skills.