A top FBI scientist shares her compelling personal story and reveals astounding advances in “Rapid DNA” – the ability to match your DNA profile at your local police station in two hours or less. She also answers the question – “What does a devastating hurricane have to do with DNA research?”

Is Jason Bourne real? This episode delves deep into the FBI’s mission abroad – with international assignments in over 60 nations, foreign language and cultural training, and family repercussions. Travel overseas with a senior FBI agent who’s been there – done that.

FBI Crime Analyst Christine DePoyster reveals that her behavioral unit is working hundreds – yes hundreds – of unsolved murders along our nation’s highways. Let’s go deep into the FBI’s Highway Serial Killings Initiative, the victims, and the unknown truckers suspected of killing them.

Enter the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit where crime analyst Jacklyn Stanberry details the Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) and the challenge of identifying the remaining victims of serial killer Sam Little – who confessed to 93 murders.”

Three of the country’s most prominent and thoughtful experts on the FBI –Frank Figliuzzi, Andy McCabe, and Asha Rangappa– discuss the damage the last four years inflicted on the FBI and what the Bureau now needs to do, including to respond to the grave threat of domestic terrorism.

In this special national security episode, Frank Figliuzzi, Sam Vinograd, Josh Campbell, & Kate Brannen trade notes on what Biden’s new team projects about his national security operation; how to repair the damage that 4 years of Trump rule has inflicted on our national security institutions; Trump’s attempt to install his operatives at DoD and NSA; and more.

Charter feds Frank Figliuzzi, Paul Fishman, and Amy Jeffress discuss the costs to national security and the country of Trump’s hopeless campaign to block President-Elect Biden’s formal transition and then analyze what Biden’s initial decisions indicate about his coming Administration.