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Federal Bureau of Investigation

Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a federal law enforcement agency that is the principal investigative arm of the Department of Justice

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Examples

  • WASHINGTON—President Barack Obama on Thursday proposed to extend by two years the term of Federal Bureau of Investigation Director Robert Mueller, seeking continuity on his national-security team amid changes at the Pentagon and the Central Intelligence Agency.

    Obama Seeks to Extend Term of FBI's Mueller

  • Burkle says he called the Federal Bureau of Investigation, who Burkle says taped Stern trying to shake him down at his New York apartment.

    Six Degrees Of Ron Burkle

  • The San Diego office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which is looking into the intrusion, didn't respond to requests for comment.

    U.S. Officials Quiz Sony on Data Theft

  • Video taken from the store that day has been handed over to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which is analyzing the video.

    Tucson Video Shows Judge Saving Other Victim

  • The tipster, whose identity wasn't released by authorities, called the Federal Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday.

    Bulger Back in Boston

  • The jury determined that Zazi lied to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which is a crime.

    Father of NYC Subway Terrorist Found Guilty of Obstructing Justice

  • It has been working with the Secret Service and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which is gathering intelligence about potential security threats.

    Pittsburgh Steels Itself for G-20 Protests

  • Local police called the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

    William Fisher: A Prosecutor's Holy Grail: Another Scalp

  • The Federal Bureau of Investigation, which is probing the Sept. 16 shooting, is expected to report its findings in the coming weeks.

    Next Test for Blackwater

  • Now, however, the Man – better known as the Federal Bureau of Investigation – had worked out that the two bombers had stayed with yours truly in the aftermath of the attack, and I was being wanted for aiding and abetting, a federal felony which carried a maximum sentence of twenty years.

    State of the Union

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