Tag: Federal Bureau of Investigation

The Saudi Connection: Inside the 9/11 Case That Divided the F.B.I.

This article is a partnership between ProPublica, where Tim Golden is an editor-at-large and Sebastian Rotella is a senior reporter, and The New York Times Magazine. On the morning of Sept. 11 last year, about two dozen family members of those killed in the terror attacks filed into the White House to visit with President […]

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Did the Saudis Play a Role in the 9/11 Attacks? Here’s What We Found.

F.B.I. agents who secretly investigated Saudi connections to the 9/11 attacks for more than a decade after high-level officials discounted any government links found circumstantial evidence of such support but could not find a smoking gun, a joint investigation by The New York Times Magazine and ProPublica shows. One dogged F.B.I. agent in San Diego […]

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A New Face of White Supremacy: Plots Expose Danger of the ‘Base’

The plans were as sweeping as they were chilling: “Derail some trains, kill some people, and poison some water supplies.” It was the blunt, bloody prescription for sparking a race war by a member of the Base, a white supremacist group that has come under intense scrutiny amid a series of stunning recent arrests. Federal […]

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Architect of Interrogation Program Testifies at Guantánamo Bay

This article was produced in partnership with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. GUANTÁNAMO BAY, Cuba — The architect of the C.I.A.’s Bush-era interrogation program, who personally waterboarded the man accused of masterminding the Sept. 11 attacks, testified for the first time to the war court at Guantánamo Bay on Tuesday, defiantly facing defendants who […]

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FBI ‘Honors’ Martin Luther King With Tone-Deaf Tweet That Revises Black History

Source: Bettmann / Getty The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) sure has a unique way of remembering history — especially Black history. MORE: Did You Know? US Gov’t Found Guilty In Conspiracy To Assassinate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The same law enforcement agency for the U.S. government that used controversial surveillance programs like COINTELPRO […]

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