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Every American has a role to play in protecting our election from foreign influence. Learn how to protect your voice at . #Protect2020
Beware of individuals trying to sell at-home #COVID19 test kits. Only a trusted physician or health care provider should assess your health and approve requests for testing. Report fraud to .
Through talent recruitment programs like the Thousand Talents Program, the Chinese Communist Party pays scientists at American universities to steal knowledge and research to share with China. Learn more about this threat to academia at .
The #FBI investigation of the 9/11 attacks—codenamed “PENTTBOM”—was our largest investigation ever. At the peak of the case, more than half of our agents were working to identify the hijackers and their sponsors and prevent future attacks.
The FBI is seeking information and digital media depicting individuals inciting violence during First Amendment protected peaceful demonstrations:
Ghislaine Maxwell Charged in Manhattan Federal Court for Conspiring with Jeffrey Epstein to Sexually Abuse Minors
Help the #FBI find six Nigerian nationals wanted for their involvement in business email compromise (BEC) schemes resulting in over $6 million in losses. Read more about each defendant at , and submit tips at . #FugitiveFriday
The #FBI is seeking information on Wei Li Pang and Shu Gang Li, aka Linda and James. The couple are Chinese nationals who are on the run for allegedly conducting a human trafficking operation in their massage parlors in the Kansas City, Missouri, area.
The #FBI is seeking information about this image, which may help lead to the rescue of child victims. Do you notice something familiar? Submit tips at . There is no clue or piece of information too small. #SeekingInfoSaturday
If you have info that could assist the #FBI 's investigation of suspicious packages, call 1-800-CALLFBI (225-5324) or use . If you observe suspicious activity that requires an immediate response, call 911 or contact local law enforcement immediately.