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FBI Director James Comey to testify before Senate Judiciary Committee

FBI Director James Comey to testify before Senate Judiciary Committee

Washington [U.S.A.], Apr 27 : FBI director James Comey is set to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee scheduled for May 3.


Top U.S. Senator threatens to subpoena FBI over Trump wiretapping claims

Top U.S. Senator threatens to subpoena FBI over Trump wiretapping claims

New York [U.S.], Mar.


No such thing as 'absolute privacy' in America: FBI Director

No such thing as 'absolute privacy' in America: FBI Director

New York [U.S.], Mar.


FBI Director to testify before Congress the decision of 'no charges' against Hillary

FBI Director to testify before Congress the decision of 'no charges' against Hil

Washington, July 7 : Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director James B. Comey has confirmed that he will testify before the U. S. Congress on Thursday, to explain his decision not to press criminal charges against Democratic presidential nominee and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the private email investigation regarding her mishandling of classified emails.

Next week, Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch will be called to testify before the House Judiciary Committee.

A Senate panel has asked the FBI to give answers to pointed questions on Clinton's email faux pax, reports the New York Times.

Reacting to 'no-charges' against Clinton, her Republican presidential nominee rival Donald Trump tweeted "The system is rigged."


FBI director confident North Korea was behind cyberattack

James ComeyNew York : There is strong evidence that North Korea was behind the cyberattack on Sony and that the leadership there will orchestrate further strikes against American targets, top US officials said on Wednesday.

An ongoing investigation has found that North Korea had sought to use proxy servers to conceal the Sony hack, FBI Director James Comey said at a cybersecurity conference in Manhattan.

But the hackers sometimes "got sloppy" and sent messages that could be traced to IP addresses used exclusively by the North Korean government, he said.

"I have very high confidence about this attribution to North Korea, as does the entire intelligence community," Comey said.


FBI chief admits 'extremely difficult' to identify IS recruits amid sea of Syria-bound people

FBI chief admits 'extremely difficult' to idWashington, Nov 04 : Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey has reportedly admitted that the task of indentifying every American who travels to Syria in response to the recruitment efforts by the Islamic State
(IS) is "extremely difficult."

While addressing law enforcement and private security officials at a counterterrorism conference at Fordham Law School, Comey said that the FBI has identified some potential suspects who have gone overseas and returned but added that others will go undetected, reported The Washington Times.


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