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By: Power Engineering

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has rejected the assertion by environmental groups that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) did an inadequate review of Dominion (NYSE:D) plans to develop the Cove Point liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility in Maryland.


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By: FBI Cyber Crimes

The property listed below has been determined to be abandoned or unclaimed property in the custody of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Included with the description of the property is the location where the property was found and the FBI office that has custody of it. Pursuant to Title 41, Code of Federal Regulations, Section 128-48, any person desiring to claim property must file with the Bureau a claim for said property by the deadline indicated (30 days from the date the property was first published in this notice). If the property is not claimed by that date, title will vest in the United States. A point of contact and FBI address for claims and additional information concerning the property or the procedures involved in filing a claim are provided. Please note that if you have already contacted the FBI in answer to a previous notice regarding the property, a second reply is not necessary. All correspondence should be submitted in duplicate to the claim address noted. All claims should reference the correct control number and include an accurate description of the property.

Property Descriptions

Control Number

Date Acquired


Address to Submit Claim


See Below:

3840-16-A-33 / A05-FBI-00589


Seattle, WA

Attn: Paralegal Specialist
1110 3rd Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101


1. Romanian Model 1969 .22 caliber bolt action rifle with wood, Serial Number: G5820:
2. 1 Glock 30 .45 caliber handgun, Serial Number: DMA833US:
3. 1 Walther P88 9mm handgun, Serial Number: 105255:
4. 1 CAI L1A1 Sporter .308 caliber rifle, Serial Number: 100146:
5. 1 unidentified AK style firearm, Serial Number: unknown:
6. 1 FN Fal 7.62 caliber rifle, Serial Number: IB2223:
7. 1 FEG SK-100 7.62×39 caliber rifle, Serial Number: R00066:
8. 1 machine gun with round magazine, Serial Number: 6-1828:
9. 1 Russian Izhmash rifle, Serial Number: 00120149:
10. 1 Bulgarium AK Model SLR100H rifle, Serial Number: MR1290:
11. 1 FED AK47 Model SA85 7.62 caliber rifle, Serial Number: H09114:
12. 1 Romanian AK 7.62×39 caliber rifle, Serial Number: 1997-6201:
13. 1 FN-Fal firearm with green case, Serial Number: IB-2222:
14. 1 AK SLR100 7.62×39 caliber rifle, Serial Number: MR1380:
15. 1 AK SAR-1 firearm, Serial Number: S1-38209-2001:
16. 1 AK style firearm with magazine, Serial Number: 01111740:
17. 1 HK G3 select fire rifle, Serial Number: 539:
18. 1 S.W.D. Model M11 9mm handgun with pistol Dummy suppressor, Serial Number: 89-0031268:
19. 1 HK Model 63 7.62×51 caliber rifle, Serial Number: SLG95A1183:
20. 1 US Rifle Model M-14 7.62 caliber rifle with grenade launcher, Serial Number: 585131:
21. 1 SA85M firearm, Serial Number: none:
22. 1 homemade AK style 5.45x39mm caliber firearm, Serial Number: none:
23. 1 Daewoo DP51 9mm handgun, Serial Number: 409317:
24. 1 Star Firestar Plus 9x19mm handgun, Serial Number: 2158577:
25. 1 Norinco Model EL54 17.62x25mm caliber rifle, Serial Number: 6478564-66-1969:
26. 1 SKS 7.62×39 caliber rifle, Serial Number: 1500444:
27. 1 Russian SKS 7.62x39mm caliber rifle, Serial Number: GO 3086:
28. 1 Wilkinson Arms firearm, Serial Number: 934115:
29. 1 Ratmil AK Model WUM1 7.62mm caliber rifle, Serial Number: 3-04005-97:
30. 1 SAIGA Russia-Izhmash 7.62x39mm caliber rifle, Serial Number: 99-1063614:
31. 1 Glock Model 17 9x19mm caliber handgun, Serial Number: ABY548:
32. 1 Olympic Arms .45 caliber rifle, Serial Number: RRS1169:
33. 1 Russian Model 1941 7.62mm revolver, Serial Number: NG03693:
34. 2 Two magazines to Beretta ammunition:
35. 1 One magazine to Beretta ammunition:
36. 1 One magazine to HK ammunition:
37. 1 One can (1800) rounds 9mm ammunition:
38. 1 ammo can .308 ammunition:
39. 1 ammo can AK ammunition:
40. 1 ammo can .308 ammunition:
41. 1 ammo can .308 ammunition:
42. 1 box 1000 rounds 5.56 ammunition:
43. 1 ammunition can ammunition:
44. 1 ammo can assorted .308 & 7.62x54R ammunition:
45. 10 AK magazines ammunition:
46. 1 drum magazine ammunition:
47. 2 pistol magazines ammunition:
48. 1 unknown magazine ammunition:
49. 1 box of ammunition:
50. 1 ammo can of .308 ammunition:
51. 1 ammo can .308 ammunition:
52. 21 blue duffle bag with twenty rifle magazines & assorted 5.45 ammunition:
53. Five hundred rounds AK ammunition:
54. Two loaded Glock 17 magazines ammunition:
55. Two bags .308 ammunition:
56. 1 box Russian ammunition:
57. 1 magazine to UZI ammunition:
58. 11260 rounds .308 Winchester ammunition:
59. 1200 rounds 7.62x54R rifle ammunition:
60. 1650 rounds 9mm ammunition:
61. 150 rounds S&W ammunition:
62. 1 assorted ammunition:
63. 140 rounds .308 ammunition:
64. 150 rounds 9mm ammunition:
65. 113 rounds .308 ammunition:
66. 15 dummy rounds ammunition:
67. 1 assorted packed rounds ammunition:
68. 19 Box with 18 AK magazines & 1 sling ammunition:
69.  Three cleaning kits ammunition:
70. 1111 AK magazines ammunition:
71. 33 pan magazines ammunition:
72. 10 box of 10 partial loaded AK magazines ammunition:
73. 140 rounds 5.45 ammunition:
74. 2 box of 2 drum magazines with pouches ammunition:
75. Two cases of unknown ammunition:
76. One case of 9mm ammunition:
77. One case AK ammunition:
78. 1 Steel box full of AK ammunition:
79. 1 Clear box with 200 rounds 7.62 ammunition:
80. 1 loaded magazine for Daewoo 9mm ammunition:
81. 1515 magazines ammunition:
82. One HK91 magazine ammunition:
83. 1160 7.62×39 cartridges ammunition:
84. 66 loaded magazines ammunition:
85. 1 Clear box with AK ammunition:
86. 1200 rounds AK ammunition:
87. 17 Clear box with 17 AK magazines ammunition:
88. 1111 magazines ammunition:
89. 1 Clear box with 1 loaded magazine ammunition:
90. 44 magazines ammunition:
91. 1 can AK ammunition:
92. 1 can AK ammunition:
93. 1 can AK ammunition:
94. 1 can of .40 ammunition:
95. 1 Suitcase with 380 rounds AK ammunition:
96. 1400 rounds .308 ammunition:
97. 1500 rounds .22 ammunition:
98. 1 can mixed ammunition:
99. One can AK ammunition:
100. One can AK ammunition:
101. One box 2000 rounds 5.45 ammunition:
102. One box of 9mm Luger ammunition:
103. Two clear boxes: 15 AK mags & 6 lower receivers-serials 989007, MR1550, 989023, R0065, KR1096, no ser ammunition:
104. One box of 5 receivers for AK47 ammunition:
105. 44 lower receivers for AK47 ammunition:
106. 1 Oregon Arms Inc. Chipmunk .22 caliber firearm, Serial Number: 43788:
107. 1 scope from Oregon Arms Inc. Chipmunk .22 caliber firearm:, Serial Number: n/a.


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By: FBI Cyber Crimes

The FBI’s website restricts by policy its hyperlinks to other sites, including only selected federal government agencies/law enforcement agencies and major law enforcement organizations for your convenience. Neither the U.S. government nor the FBI controls or guarantees the accuracy, relevance, timeliness, or completeness of any linked information. Further, the inclusion of hyperlinks to websites other than FBI-managed websites is not intended to assign importance to those sites and the information contained therein. It is not intended to endorse, recommend, or favor any views expressed, or commercial products or services offered on these outside sites, or the organizations sponsoring the sites, by trade name, trademark, manufacture, or otherwise. Once you link to another website, you are subject to the disclaimers, security, and privacy policies of that site.


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By: FBI Cyber Crimes

This website is provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a public service. All information the Bureau provides on this site that is not otherwise attributed is considered public information and may be distributed or copied, subject to Sections 701 and 709 of Title 18, United States Code, which prohibit the unauthorized use of the FBI seal or the use of the words “Federal Bureau of Investigation,” the initials “FBI,” or any colorable imitation of these words and initials “in a manner reasonably calculated to convey the impression that such [activity] . . . is approved, endorsed, or authorized by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.”

Here is how we handle information about your visit to our website:

A. Information Collected and Stored Automatically

If you visit our site to read or download information, we automatically collect and store the following information about your visit:

  • The name of the domain (for example,”” if you use a private Internet access account or “” if you are connecting from a university’s domain) and IP address (a number that is automatically assigned to your computer when you are using the Internet) from which you access our website;
  • The type of browser and operating system used to access our site;
  • The date and time you access our site;
  • The Internet address of the website from which you linked directly to our site; and
  • The pages you visit.

This information is primarily collected for statistical analysis. This government computer system uses software programs to create summary statistics, which are used for such purposes as assessing what information is of most and least interest, determining technical design specifications, and identifying system performance or problem areas. In certain circumstances, however, such as in response to lawful law enforcement requests, we may take additional steps to identify you based on this information, and we may share this information, including your identity, with other government agencies. 

B. If You Send Us Personal Information

You do not have to provide any personal information to visit this website. If you choose to identify yourself by sending an e-mail containing personal information, we will use that information to respond to your message or to fulfill the stated purpose of the communication. The FBI does not collect or use information for commercial marketing.

We may share information you give us with contractors acting on our behalf or with another government agency if your inquiry relates to that agency. In other limited circumstances, such as responses to requests from Congress and private individuals, we may be required by law to disclose information you submit. If you provide comments in response to a request for public comments, we may make those comments as well as your identity available to the public in a publication or by posting them on our website. Where possible, we may give you more specific guidance at the point of collection regarding how your personal information may be used or disclosed.

Electronically submitted information is maintained and destroyed according to the principles of the Federal Records Act and the regulations and records schedules of the National Archives and Records Administration and in some cases may be covered by the Privacy Act and subject to the Freedom of Information Act. A discussion of your rights under these laws can be found at

Remember that e-mail is not necessarily secure against interception. If your communication is sensitive or includes personal information, you may prefer to send it by postal mail instead.

C. Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)

The FBI is especially concerned about protecting children’s privacy. We hope parents and teachers are involved in children’s Internet explorations. It is particularly important for parents to guide their children when children are asked to provide personal information online. The FBI’s Fun and Games Page does not require children to reveal any information that could personally identify them. If a child chooses to provide personally identifying information to us through e-mail or otherwise, it will only be used to enable us to respond and will not be retained.

D. Cookies

 “Cookies” are small bits of text that are either used for the duration of a session (“session cookies”) or saved on a user’s hard drive in order to identify that user, or information about that user, the next time the user logs on to a website (“persistent cookies”). Certain pages on the FBI’s website and its subdomains use persistent cookies to provide streamlined navigation and for statistical analysis. We also use session cookies as part of a voluntary web customer satisfaction survey that will appear to a small percentage of our website visitors as they leave the FBI’s site. Session cookies are deleted from the FBI’s servers soon after your session ends and are not collected or saved. Our customer satisfaction survey uses a persistent cookie that is stored on your computer’s hard drive. This cookie ensures that we won’t invite you to take a customer satisfaction survey within 90 days of completing a survey. 

For videos that are visible on, a persistent cookie is set by third party providers when you click to play a video. This persistent cookie is used by these third party providers to help maintain the integrity of video statistics. The third party providers do not use web measurement and customization technologies on behalf of the FBI; in addition, Personally Identifiable Information (PII), or any information that could be used to determine an individual’s online activity derived from such uses, is not shared with the FBI.

You can set up your web browser to inform you when cookies are set or to prevent cookies from being set. You can still use our website if you do not accept the cookies, but you may be unable to use certain cookie-dependent features. You can find directions to help you disable cookies in some of the most popular desktop browsers and mobile browsers by following the instructions on the web measurement and customization opt out help site.

E. Our Social Network Policy   

The FBI is pleased to participate on open, un-moderated forums offered by commercial social networks sites in order to increase government transparency, promote public participation, and encourage collaboration. We currently maintain official FBI accounts on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.   

Please note that the FBI does not control or endorse the comments or opinions provided by visitors to these sites. Visit our Contact Us page for information on how to send official correspondence to the FBI.

F. Security, Intrusion, and Detection 

For site security purposes and to ensure that this service remains available to all users, all network traffic is monitored in order to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information or otherwise cause damage or conduct criminal activity. To protect the system from unauthorized use and to ensure that the system is functioning properly, individuals using this computer system are subject to having all of their activities monitored and recorded by personnel authorized to do so by the FBI (and such monitoring and recording will be conducted). Anyone using this system expressly consents to such monitoring and is advised that if such monitoring reveals evidence of possible abuse or criminal activity, system personnel may provide the results of such monitoring to appropriate officials. Unauthorized attempts to upload or change information or otherwise cause damage to this service are strictly prohibited and may be punishable under applicable federal law. 

We maintain a variety of physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to protect your personal information. For example, we use commercially reasonable tools and techniques to protect against unauthorized access to our systems. Also, we restrict access to Personal Information to those who need such access in the course of their duties for us. Your own efforts to protect against unauthorized access play an important role in protecting the security of your personal information. You should be sure to sign off when finished using a shared computer, and always log out of any site when viewing personal information. We may have links to other outside websites that we do not control. We are not responsible for the content or privacy policies of these sites, and users should check those policies on such sites.

G. Disclaimer for Hypertext Links

Neither the FBI nor its contributors are responsible for the content of any off-site pages that are referenced by or that reference to the FBI’s homepage. The user specifically acknowledges that neither the FBI nor its contributors are responsible for any defamatory, offensive, misleading, or illegal conduct of other users, links, or third parties and that the risk of injury from the foregoing rests entirely with the user. Links from the FBI homepage on the World Wide Web to other sites or from other sites to the FBI homepage do not constitute an endorsement by the FBI. These links are for convenience only. It is the responsibility of the user to evaluate the content and usefulness of information obtained from other sites.

H. Disclaimer for FBI Information

All information provided by the FBI on this homepage is made available to provide immediate access for the convenience of interested persons. While the FBI believes the information to be reliable, human or mechanical error remains a possibility. Therefore, the FBI does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, or correct sequencing of the information. Neither the FBI, nor any of the sources of the information, shall be responsible for any error or omission, or for the use of, or the results obtained from the use of, this information.

I. Disclaimer of Endorsement

Reference herein to any specific commercial products, processes, or services by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the U.S. government.

For more details, please read the Privacy Policy of the Department of Justice, which also applies to the FBI.



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By: FBI Cyber Crimes

The FBI is committed to providing access to our enterprise electronic and information technology for all employees and members of the general public with disabilities. To meet this commitment, we comply with the requirements of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 29 U.S.C. § 794d. Section 508 requires that we provide individuals with disabilities who are authorized access to our systems with access to and use of information and data that is comparable to individuals without disabilities, unless an “undue burden” would be imposed on the Bureau.

If you have any other questions or problems about the site, you may contact the content manager in writing or via telephone at:

Federal Bureau of Investigation
Attention: FBI Internet Content Manager
935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Room 7790-C
Washington, DC 20535-0001
(202) 324-3000

You can also send an e-mail to

Please help us respond to you in the most helpful way by indicating the nature of your accessibility problem, the Internet address of the information you are trying to access, and your preferred format for an alternative means by which you may want to receive the information—i.e., an electronic format like ASCII, standard or large print—along with your contact information.

This website is best viewed using the latest versions of popular web browsers. Some of the publications on are in pdf (Portable Document Format). To view them you will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader plug-in installed on your computer. The reader can be downloaded at no cost from Adobe’s website.

Our goal is to eliminate any barriers individuals with disabilities may encounter in accessing FBI information or to provide an alternate means of accessing that information. 


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FBI Kids

By: FBI Cyber Crimes

FBI Safe Online Surfing Internet Challenge

Cyber Safety for Young Americans

SOS Homepage Screenshot

In April 2015, the Pew Research Center published a study saying that 92 percent of teens report going online daily—including 24 percent who say they go online “almost constantly.” According to the study, nearly three-fourths of teens have or use a smartphone.

Considering the many dangers that lurk on the Internet—from child predators to cyber bullies, from malicious software to a multitude of scams—it’s imperative that our young people learn the ins and outs of online safety from an early age.

That is precisely why the Bureau launched the FBI Safe Online Surfing (SOS) Internet Challenge in October 2012 with a dedicated new website. FBI-SOS is a free, fun, and informative program that promotes cyber citizenship by educating students in third to eighth grades on the essentials of online security. For teachers, the site provides a ready-made curriculum that meets state and federal Internet safety mandates, complete with online testing and a national competition to encourage learning and participation. A secure online system enables teachers to register their schools, manage their classes, automatically grade their students’ exams, and request the test scores.

The FBI-SOS website features six islands—one for each grade level—with age appropriate games, videos, and other interactive materials in various portals. The site covers such topics as cell phone safety, the protection of personal information, password strength, instant messaging, social networking, and online gaming safety. The videos include real-life stories of kids who have faced cyber bullies and online predators.

The popularity of our SOS online cyber program has grown over the past several school years. The number of students who have completed the training went from 24,475 in 2012-2013, to 75,377 in 2013-2014, to 275,656 in 2014-2015. That’s a grand total of 375,508 students.


Countering Violent Extremism

FBI Awareness Program for Teens

Don’t Be a Puppet: Pull Back the Curtain on Violent Extremism
More and more, violent extremists are trying to radicalize and recruit our nation’s youth, especially through the Internet and social media.

It’s the FBI’s primary responsibility—working with its many partners—to protect the nation from attacks by violent extremists. One important way to do that is to keep young people—the future of our country—from embracing violent extremist ideologies in the first place.

This website is designed to help do just that. Built by the FBI in consultation with community leaders and other partners, it uses a series of interactive materials to educate teens on the destructive nature of violent extremism and to encourage them to think critically about its messages and goals.

The site emphasizes that by blindly accepting radical ideologies, teens are essentially becoming the “puppets” of violent extremists who simply want them to carry out their destructive mission—which often includes targeting or killing innocent people.

The FBI encourages community groups, families, and high schools across the United States to use this site as part of their educational efforts. All Americans are asked to join the FBI in exposing the seductive nature of violent extremist propaganda and offering positive alternatives to violence.

Don't Be a Puppet

FBI Fun and Games Page

Screen shot of the retired Fun and Games page for the FBI

Screenshot of the FBI Fun and Games Page

The Kids’ Page is designed for children and their parents to learn more about the FBI through age-appropriate games, tips, stories, and interactives. We also introduce you to our working dogs and show how FBI special agents and analysts investigate cases.

Help Special Agent Bobby Bureau get in disguise for his undercover assignment. He’s depending on you!

You can visit the Fun and Games page at the FBI archives.


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