For the second time this month, the NSA campus in Maryland has fallen victim to violence.
On Monday, there was a shootout after an SUV with two men dressed as women rammed into an officer at the gate at Fort Meade. The gunfire left one person dead, and the other two were seriously injured, one of whom was an NSA agent. They were flown to Baltimore's Shock Trauma.
The FBI gave a statement following the incident, saying:
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You can't keep a good man down.
CSI: New York alum Gary Sinise is returning to CBS for a spin-off of yet another procedural show.
This time, he'll be the lead in a new Criminal Minds show, which does not have a title yet.
Unfortunately for CSI fans, Sinise will not be reprising the role of Mac Taylor. Instead, he'll play a new character Jack Garrett. Garrett will be in charge of FBI's team for handling cases involving Americans abroad.
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For the record, Sinise's show will be the SECOND Criminal Minds spin-off. Have a hard time keeping all those CBS shows straight? So do we:
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Looks like they think they've found their
The FBI was quick to pin the Sony hack attacks on North Korea, and they're standing by that conclusion.
The FBI was recently presented with new evidence showing that the attack may have been an inside job. There are also reports that the language patterns may prove that Russia was the culprit, and not North Korea.
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But the FBI is standing firm. They released a statement, saying:
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Based on their demands relating to Seth Rogen and James Franco's controversial comedy The Interview, the Sony hackers have long been assumed to be based out of North Korea.
But now it's official.
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The FBI has now released a statement that it "has enough information to conclude that the North Korean government is responsible for these actions."
Along with the results of their technical analysis, the Bureau also pointed out just how dangerous and destructive this attack was. According to their statement:
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WOW! Well at least they're working on something. We just don't know what it will be!
Ever since Sony decided to pull the James Franco and Seth Rogen-created film The Interview everyone has been up in arms about it in so many different ways.
Celebrities are furious about the restriction of freedom of expression but more importantly everyone is wondering the same thing…
Will those responsible for the hacking be brought to justice?
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News broke on December 17 that insiders were saying that our government managed to link North Korea directly to the source of the attacks.
So the world collectively wondered — will the U.S. strike back?
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