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Federal Bureau of Investigation works every day not only in
Field Offices and Resident Agencies in the United States, but
in Legal Attache offices located in 52 countries around the
world. What does this mean? To protect the American public,
FBI Agents investigate crimes throughout the United States,
from Hawaii to Maine. Because crime is becoming more international,
Agents also find themselves leading or assisting investigations
in foreign countries. Join us as we share the stories of our
investigations from different places throughout the United States
and the rest of the world.