FBI investigates FEMA flood map changes after NBC News report

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FBI agents are interviewing employees at FEMA in an investigation of unusual changes in federal flood insurance maps that benefited oceanfront condo buildings with a history of flooding, according to sources familiar with the investigation.

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Feds: Huge drug-dealing website shut down, owner linked to murder-for-hire plot

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BREAKING: FBI announces rescue of 105 sex-trafficked children in 76 US cities

More than 100 teenagers involved in sex trafficking and exploitation were rescued over the weekend in coordinated raids encompassing more than 70 cities, the FBI said Monday.

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Two N.Y. men plotted to build 'Hiroshima light switch' weapon, feds say

Two upstate New York men, one of them said to be a member of the Ku Klux Klan, plotted to build a truck-mounted, industrial-strength X-ray weapon to kill “enemies of Israel” by poisoning them with radiation, federal authorities said Wednesday.

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Sources: US intelligence agencies tap servers of top Internet companies

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U.S. intelligence agencies have a direct tap into the servers of the United States’ largest internet companies where agents can troll for suspicious activity, sources confirmed to NBC News on Thursday.

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Man with altered Saudi passport arrested with pressure cooker at Detroit airport

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A man traveling with an altered Saudi Arabian passport in federal court Monday after a pressure cooker was discovered in his luggage at the Detroit airport over the weekend.

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What did the FBI and CIA know about bombing suspects, and when?

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One of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects landed in at least one low-level intelligence database two years ago, and the system alerted U.S. agents when he flew to Russia last year, federal officials told NBC News on Wednesday.

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FBI releases new photos of suspects in Boston Marathon bombing

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The FBI released new photos of two “armed and extremely dangerous” suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing early Friday and appealed for the public’s help in identifying them.

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Boston on high alert after marathon bombing kills 3, injures scores

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Boston was put on high alert Monday as the FBI took over the hunt for whoever set off two powerful bombs at the finish line of the city’s marathon, killing at least three people and wounding at least 140 people in a vicious blizzard of shrapnel, officials said.

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Infidelity, intrigue and politics: a timeline of the David Petraeus case

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What began with David Petraeus’ surprise resignation as CIA director on Friday resulting from an extramarital affair has now spiraled into a complicated story of infidelity, intrigue and politics.

To help you keep the facts straight, NBC News has compiled this timeline, based on reporting by NBC News and other published accounts.

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Emails on ‘coming and goings’ of Petraeus, other military officials escalated FBI concerns

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“Menacing” anonymous emails that launched the FBI investigation which ultimately brought down CIA Director David Petraeus contained references to the “comings and goings” of high-level U.S. military officials, raising concerns that someone had improperly gained access to sensitive and classified information, a source close to the recipient tells NBC News.

Source: FBI agent’s call didn’t affect Petraeus-Broadwell investigation

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An FBI agent’s call to a congressional staffer had no effect on the investigation of CIA Director David Petraeus and Paula Broadwell or the timing of the disclosure to James Clapper, the director of national intelligence, a senior law enforcement official tells NBC News.

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