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Brian Kirkpatrick | Texas Public Radio

Bexar County Constable Michelle Barrientes Vela defended herself during a news conference Monday, several hours after Texas Rangers and FBI agents raided her Gilbeau Road office.

No charges have been filed and no arrests were made.

FBI and ICE officials speak outside of the Immigration Enforcement and Removal Operations office.
Joey Palacios | Texas Public Radio

Several shots fired into an office building on San Antonio's Northeast Side are being treated as an assault against federal agents.

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Cyber criminals stole $7.45 billion over the last five years — that’s around the same amount as the entire state budget of Iowa. Complaints to the FBI increase each year, and Texas businesses and residents continue to be one of the most frequent victims.

Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

The chair of the Bexar County Democratic Party has requested an FBI investigation into what she says are financial discrepancies that took place before she took office last summer.

Nearly a year after President Trump fired James Comey, the former FBI director is out with a new memoir, A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, And Leadership. Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep and NPR Justice Correspondent Carrie Johnson talked to Comey about his book, his role in shaping the outcome of the 2016 election and where the FBI's credibility stands. Here's the full transcript of their conversation.

Ryan E. Poppe / Texas Public Radio

Intelligence experts echo concerns of Texas congressmen about the state’s universities hosting a group they say serves as an intelligence collective for the Chinese government.


Gabriel C. Perez / KUT

Local and federal law enforcement agencies are digging deeper into Austin bombing suspect Mark Anthony Conditt's background. Still. there has been no word about his motive.

But a former FBI profiler, whose work led to the capture of Unabomber Ted Kaczynski, believes the next phase of the investigation could move fairly quickly.


Ryan Poppe

Local and federal agencies are investigating the recent package explosions in Austin and Schertz — and Texans are worried, unsure of what to expect when a box appears at the front door.


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Updated 3:20 p.m.

An intelligence expert said the level of sophistication involved in the latest Austin bombing — that is,  the suspect's ability to have each bomb detonate as intended — is what’s most alarming.  


Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

A mass shooting Nov. 5 in a Sutherland Springs church claimed 26 lives.  More than half a dozen of those killed came from one family, the Holcombes, who are now taking legal action.

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