In June of 2011, over the course of a single day, Hector "Sabu" Monsegur went from being one of the most prolific hackers affiliated with Anonymous and offshoot group Lulzsec to helping the FBI bring them down. In Federal District Court in Manhattan yesterday, Monsegur, who was potentially facing tw ... More >>
In February 2011, the New Yorker published Lawrence Wright's superb 24,000-word piece about director Paul Haggis and the Church of Scientology, "The Apostate." One of the most interesting things in the story was a revelation that made news all on its own: Wright reported that the FBI was investiga ... More >>
C.S. MuncyIn this week's Voice feature story, we took a look at Senator Reverend Rubén Díaz, Sr., the only Democrat in the State Senate still against same-sex marriage, and the main face of its opposition in Albany right now. Given our history with each other, we were quite surprised when ... More >>
A new report out of the NYU Law School slams the feds and the NYPD for conduct in three recent terrorism cases, saying that the government should end the practice of sending "paid informants into Muslim communities or families without any particularized suspicion of criminal activity." The ... More >>
A federal jury has convicted four Newburgh, New York, men for conspiring to bomb two synagogues in the Riverdale section of the Bronx and planning to fire missiles at military planes.
If you follow gay blogger Joe My God at all, you know he's politically opinionated, but also breezy and fun. So it may surprise you that some prominent conservatives have called the FBI on him. Not on him, exactly -- on his commenters, some of whom made what these conservatives take as mena ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archivesDecember 12, 1963, Vol. IX, No. 8FBI Discovers 3 are 1The distance from Wiggins, Mississippi, to Greenwich Village proved to be only a subway ride on the E train. Stephen H. Landesberg of Forest Hills, Queens, was picked up on December 5 followin ... More >>
The FBI agent with a high-profile role in yesterday's arrests of four men for plotting a terror attack in New York has a pretty interesting -- and controversial -- track record.Special Agent Robert Fuller, whose name appears at the top of the federal criminal complaint in the case, had a hand in the ... More >>
Well, according to the Post, the answer is "both made a sex tape." In an exclusive report, the Post reveals that a 16mm film of Marilyn Monroe going downtown on an unidentified man sold for $1.5 million at auction. The version that was sold is an illicit copy of an FBI-classified film that seems to ... More >>
A radical on the bench weighs an FBI agent's fate
Peter Berg turns Jamie Foxx loose in Saudi Arabia; things blow up
Feds, Supreme Court silence an FBI translator who knew too much
New evidence that Deep Throat couldnt have acted alone
Anti-GOP protesters and their families questioned by federal agents
A "tourist" with a phony passport took photos of NYC federal building in the summer of 2001: Police let him go.
Why did Ashcroft stop flying commercial only weeks before 9-11?
Is Victor Arroyo a 'Traitor to Cuba'?
Left, Right, Left, Right
FBI Snoops at Libraries
Who's That Next to Us at the Meeting?
Ashcroft Can Be in Your Computer
Ever Bigger FBI Flails at the Enemy Within
FBI Knocking at Your Door
The Return of 'Black Bag Jobs'
Meet the Thinkers Who'd Help Uncle SamIf Only He'd Bring Them In
Pro-Choice Groups Seek Protection From Domestic Terrorists
Bomb Plots in Manila, Mayhem in Manhattan
Defending Arabs and Muslims in the Age of the New War
During World War II, some 10,000 Italian immigrants in America were displaced. Another 50,000 lived under curfew. Others spent months or years in internment camps.
The FBI Is Clueless. Time for the NSA?
Lawsuit Filed Against the FBI for Foul Play
Times Square Riot Video Back on the Web
Subversive Filmmaker Attracts the Wrong Kind of Agent
How did Malcolm's bullet-riddled diary land on the auction block?
Khallid Muhammad says FBI warned aides about Nation of Islam Death threats
APB Online Hopes Crime Will Pay
The Sinatra Files
Cops Should Tape-Record Interviews With All Suspects
How Underage Pranksters Ended Up in the Middle of an FBI Cybercrime Investigation
When Suspicious Debris Arrived in the Hangar the FBI Took It Away