I’m former FBI Assistant Director – Frank Figliuzzi. Join me on “a journey” deep inside the world’s premier law enforcement agency – to decode the mysteries and challenges of – today’s FBI.
The threats facing America are as real as the men and women who battle to protect us. In this first of a kind podcast, we’ll sit down with active-duty FBI personnel who reveal – their mission, their cases, and their lives. Let’s go inside – The Bureau – with Frank Figliuzzi”
As a kid, Ace Atkins consumed the Spenser series of detective novels by Robert Parker. As an adult, Atkins has written ten of the Spenser
Tracy Walder went from USC sorority sister to counterterrorism operative at the CIA, then FBI special agent, and now, a teacher and mother in Texas.
Acclaimed author Talia Carner shares the research and findings behind her book, “The Third Daughter”, revealing the little known truth of late 19th century sex
Phil Ehr fought in the cold war. Now he’s formed America’s first information civil defense force – and he wants you to join him in
In this special edition, Frank Figliuzzi explains why last week’s reporting of a grand jury investigating 15 boxes of classified documents at Mar-A-Lago is bigger
Dr. Celia Wiliamson has devoted her life to the study of human trafficking and its victims. Importantly, she’s making a difference in the lives of
Inna Sovsun, is a Member of Ukraine’s Parliament, Deputy head of her party, and former First Deputy Minister of Education of Science. Most of all,
The Brooklyn subway shooting is just another in a long list of mass shootings in America. While politicians are in a state of paralysis on
Olivia Troye was the homeland security and counterterrorism advisor to VP Mike Pence. She and other White House staff are coming forward to tell their
4 stars, 3 Purple Hearts, 2 Distinguished Service Crosses – 1 heck of a discussion – with retired Army General, former cabinet member, and current
Description: 27 years after the deadly domestic terror attack at the Alfred P. Murrah federal building, the mission of the Oklahoma City Memorial & Museum
Been There, Done That: The FBI’s guy in Moscow, Beijing, and the White House, enlightens us on Russia, Ukraine, China and Trump
The FBI assigned Holden Triplett to Russia, then China, then the National Security Council. Now, he gives us new insights on Putin, Xi, and Ukraine.
What Lies Beneath: A CIA Clandestine Service veteran takes us below the surface of the battle for Ukraine
Douglas London spent over three decades as a CIA Clandestine Service officer and chief of station. Fluent in all things Russia and Putin, London discusses
MSNBC analyst and military intelligence veteran Malcolm Nance just returned from Ukraine; shares incredible insights on the places, people, and prognosis for Ukraine’s battle for
Radicals at Home and Abroad: Ali Soufan came closer than anyone to preventing 9/11 – now he’s worried about the domestic threat.
FBI Special Agent Ali Soufan resigned after publicly chastising the CIA for not sharing intelligence with him which could have prevented 9/11. The Hulu TV
Frank Figliuzzi addresses what we know and don’t know about Saturday’s hostage taking at Beth Israel Synagogue in Colleysville, TX. Who is the hostage taker?
FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was fired by AG Jeff Sessions just 26 hours before his scheduled retirement. In this episode, McCabe, now a CNN
Scott MacFarlane, Investigative Reporter at NBC4, Washington, is the nation’s “go-to guy” for the deepest details on developments and defendants in the Jan 6 investigation.
FBI personnel experience the unimaginable under life and death stress. They have our backs, but who has theirs? Go inside the FBI’s Employee Assistance Program
Sit down with Dr. John Fox, official FBI historian to learn how the FBI learns from its past and preserves its values and culture.
FBI Agents are some of the bravest Americans in law enforcement. This week we find out how their Bureau honors their bravest.
The FBI’s head of Intelligence talks about the collection, analysis, and dissemination of intelligence gathered by the FBI that makes the Bureau a vibrant part
An FBI expert shares his insights on how exposed our “personal” lives are online, and how to mitigate the risk of our own data being
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like for the FBI to navigate the jurisdictional issues associated with investigating crimes inside the sovereign nations within the
When it comes to the highest-profile crimes scenes in modern history, this FBI veteran Evidence Response Team supervisor has “been there, done that”. If you’re
The head of the famed FBI Academy in Quantico, VA takes us on a tour of the world’s premier law enforcement training center.
From fingerprints to facial recognition to iris scans – let’s get the latest from an FBI veteran who helps lead the Bureau’s biometric services section.
The FBI’s Threat Assessment Center is tasked with preventing tragedies. And they need the help of the public to be successful. Let’s learn about what
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