_ An FBI agent with a history of investigating public corruption has been appointed as the new head of the agency’s operations in the state.
A Branforc art dealer has pleaded guilty to a federal charge stemming from the fraudulent sale of an imitation Marc Chagall lithograph.
James “Whitey” Bulger won’t testify in his own defense at his racketeering trial, but he says the decision is “involuntary.”
The manager of Sikorsky Airport has been fired in an investigation of a $400,000 driveway leading to a mansion of an airport neighbor — a driveway paid for by taxpayers.
Five children in Connecticut are among 105 around the country rescued by the FBI in a crackdown on child sex trafficking. Authorities arrested one pimp in the investigation by the New Haven FBI office.
Bridgewater First Selectman William Stuart is stepping down after 30 years amid an FBI investigation of town finances, saying he’s tired of political battles with a former friend who began raising questions about Stuart’s management five years ago.
Prosecutors have introduced James “Whitey” Bulger’s FBI informant file to the jury in his racketeering trial.
The remaining suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings has recovered enough to walk and assured his parents in a phone conversation that he and his slain brother were innocent, their mother told The Associated Press on Thursday.
Sentencing is Thursday for Robert Gentile, detained since his arrest in February of last year onb weapons and prescription drug charges. But prosecutors also say the FBI believes Gentile has information on the 1990 art theft at Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in 1990.
Law enforcement agents from multiple jurisdictions were executing warrants at locations in Hartford Thursday morn in g.