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Tom Winter

Investigative Reporter/Producer

Tom Winter is a New York-based correspondent covering crime, courts, terrorism and financial fraud on the East Coast for the NBC News Investigative Unit.

Tom Winter is a New York-based correspondent covering crime, courts, terrorism and financial fraud on the East Coast for the NBC News Investigative Unit.

Latest from Tom Winter

28d ago

Unsealed search warrant in Idaho murders shows what FBI found in Bryan Kohberger’s family home

A search warrant details what the FBI found at the family home of Idaho murder suspect Bryan Kohberger.
28d ago

FBI director accuses China of trying to 'thwart and obfuscate' Covid origin probe

FBI Director Chris Wray said Tuesday that Beijing has stymied efforts by the U.S. and others to investigate the origins of the coronavirus.
29d ago

What the FBI found at the family home of the University of Idaho murder suspect

The FBI recovered four medical-style gloves and a silver flashlight last year when they searched the Pennsylvania home of the parents of the man charged with killing four University of Idaho students.

U.S. Marshals Service suffers 'major' security breach that compromises sensitive information, senior law enforcement officials say

The U.S. Marshals Service suffered a security breach, with sensitive data taken from one of its systems just over a week ago.

Justice Department is seizing $75 million in real estate tied to Russian oligarch 

The Justice Department’s “Operation KleptoCapture” is seeking to seize luxury real-estate in Miami, the Hamptons and New York City, worth roughly $75 million and belonging to Russian oligarch Viktor Vekselberg, court documents show.
41d ago

Biden says Chinese President Xi doesn't want to damage relations with U.S. after spy balloon, in exclusive interview

President Joe Biden said in an exclusive interview with NBC News that he did not think it was an overreaction to shoot down three unidentified objects.
42d ago

DOJ tells Matt Gaetz that he won’t be charged in sex trafficking probe, his lawyers say

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department is ending its sex trafficking investigation into Rep.
43d ago

Russian national with ties to Putin convicted of hacking U.S. companies in $90 million insider trading scheme

A Russian businessman with ties to President Vladimir Putin was convicted Tuesday of participating in a $90 million insider trading scam that relied on confidential information stolen from U.S. companies through computer hacking.
44d ago

1 dead after U-Haul truck hits and injures 9 people in a ‘violent rampage’ in Brooklyn, police say

One person has died after a U-Haul truck hit and injured nine people, including a police officer, in a "violent rampage" Monday across Brooklyn, New York City police said.
44d ago

NYC fire boss asks federal gov't to crack down on substandard lithium-ion batteries and e-bikes after fatal fires

After fatal battery fires, New York’s top fire official has asked the U.S. government to do more to seize substandard lithium-ion batteries and regulate e-bikes.

His tell-all book won’t harm any prosecution of Donald Trump, lawyer who quit Manhattan D.A. probe says

The former leader of the Manhattan D.A.’s investigation of Donald Trump rejected criticism that his new book will harm any case brought against the ex-president.