FBI

Mass Shootings

Another Potential US Mass Shooter Was Just Arrested – the Fourth in Less Than A Week

A friend of the Florida trucker alerted the FBI after he sent text messages discussing his alleged plot
Tess Owen
8.21.19
extremism

FBI Says QAnon, Internet Conspiracy Theorists Are National Security Threats

QAnon and Pizzagate have the attention of the feds.
Ben Makuch
8.2.19
extremism

The Nazi-Free Alternative to Twitter Is Now Home to the Biggest Far Right Social Network

Gab, which has been used frequently by neo-Nazi terror groups to organize and recruit, is now the biggest node on the Mastodon network.
Ben Makuch
7.12.19
extremism

The FBI Somehow Lost Its Files About White Supremacist Forum Stormfront

The feds can’t find some of its own investigative records about the hateful neo-Nazi haven.
Ben Makuch
7.4.19
Hacking

Researchers Are Liberating Thousands of Pages of Forgotten Hacking History From the US Government

Using FOIA, they’ve already published NASA’s official report about the infamous WANK worm.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
5.11.19
Health

Did the FBI Seize My Vagina Cultures?

When the FBI raided the offices of at-home microbiome testing startup uBiome, it likely took with it data about my own health.
Samantha Cole
5.9.19
Robert Mueller

Inside Robert Mueller's Horny, Joking-but-Not-Really Fandom

The special counsel "has all of the qualities of a super crush: He's mysterious. He doesn't return phone calls. He plays hard to get."
Alex Norcia
1.30.19
News

All the News You Need to Read This Morning

The majority of Brits think empathy is on the wane, sad study shows.
VICE Staff
10.4.18
crime

The Strange Case of 'Joe Exotic,' the Zookeeper Accused of Attempted Murder

"I am the most dangerous exotic animal owner on this planet right now. And before you bring me down, it is my belief that you will stop breathing."
Drew Schwartz
9.12.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Bar-Goer Shot by Breakdancing FBI Agent Is Getting 'Complimentary Drinks Forever'

Nothing can really make up for, you know, getting shot in the leg. But free booze for life comes pretty close.
Drew Schwartz
6.6.18
cybercrime

A Former Hacker Shares the Most Twisted Things He Did

By 2006, he was on America’s most wanted list. Today, Brett Johnson protects others from the crimes he helped pioneer.
Andrea Au
4.23.18
russia investigation

The Secret Anti-FBI 'Nunes Memo' Is Setting DC on Fire

It looks increasingly like Robert Mueller's boss could be next on the chopping block. This is bad.
Matt Taylor
1.30.18
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