Kiefer Sutherland (right) with Peter Weller and JoBeth Williams on Fox's 24.
December 12, 2014 For TV writers, "enhanced interrogation" are just one more storytelling device. But has its surefire success in shows like 24 influenced how and when real-life interrogators employ torture?
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A screenshot from video of an FBI sting.
July 29, 2013 The FBI says it also arrested more than 150 alleged pimps in 76 U.S. cities during Operation Cross Country VII.
Illinois Rep. Jan Schakowsky arrives in Chicago with President Obama in March.
June 14, 2013 Keeping tabs on the arm of government that constantly invokes national security to justify its opaqueness can be a frustrating experience for members of Congress.
April 17, 2012 The Justice Department has long known that flawed forensic work by FBI experts may have helped convict innocent people, but prosecutors rarely told defendants' attorneys, according to The Washington Post. Problems were seen in analyses of fingerprints, hair and fibers, bullets, polygraphs and other areas.
September 10, 2010 The FBI warned Terry Jones during several visits that he might be killed if he burns Qurans. The agents told Jones, in case he didn't already know, of the death threats that followed a Danish cartoonist who made caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad.
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