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Topic - Washington Field
Aaron Alexis, the gunman in the Washington Navy Yard shooting rampage, had been suffering a host of serious mental issues, including paranoia and hearing voices in his head.
Russian authorities secretly recorded a telephone conversation in 2011 in which one of the Boston bombing suspects vaguely discussed jihad with his mother, officials said Saturday, days after the U.S. government finally received details about the call.
A recent tip led the FBI to Nicaragua, where local authorities arrested the former D.C. private school teacher who took Osama bin Laden's place on the bureau's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list, officials said Tuesday.
As the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq wind down, the industries that back America's military muscle will see the need to market their products for domestic use. Machines that work wonders in a soldier's hands don't necessarily belong on Main Street.
The FBI's Washington Field Office has begun conducting interviews of people close to a Maryland woman who went missing in Aruba last week.
A jury Monday convicted the final figure to face trial in the Abramoff lobbying scandal of most of the charges he faced, possibly ending one of the final chapters in a corruption case that "garnered attention from the Beltway and beyond."
The director of the FBI's Washington Field Office has rebuked former CIA analyst Robert Sutter for his recent refusal to help the FBI better understand China's intelligence activities.
Valerie Parlave, assistant director in charge of the FBI's Washington Field Office, said investigators are "trying to piece together recent movements and contacts of the suspect."
"The information was of such a quality that it led us directly to Eric Toth in Nicaragua," FBI Washington Field Office Assistant Director in Charge Valerie Parlave said at a press conference Tuesday.