Fast and Furious
The "Fast and Furious" gunwalking scandal at the ATF leads to a Congressional investigation of the J
Brian Terry's family reflects after his killer is sentenced
Terry was the Border Patrol agent killed in 2010 along the U.S-Mexico border with a gun that kicked off the Fast and Furious gunwalking case
Fast and Furious questions linger as IG continues investgation
The Justice Dept's Inspector General is looking into the possible existence of a third weapon in the 2010 murder of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry
Another lawsuit filed against U.S. over "Fast and Furious"
Family of murdered federal agent Jaime Zapata files suit over controversial ATF tactic that allowed guns to fall into hands of Mexican cartels
A primer on the "Fast and Furious" scandal
A primer on the Justice Department's controversial gun-tracking program
Fast and Furious gun found at Mexican crime scene
Congressional investigators say crime scene was likely where recent drug cartel shootout left beauty queen, 4 others dead
Fast and Furious suspect sentenced
A man who purchased rifles found at the scene of the fatal shooting of a federal agent has been sentenced to nearly five years in prison
Heads roll after Fast and Furious investigation
Nearly two years after the gunwalking scandal was uncovered, officials involved are being fired and reassigned
House, DOJ work to resolve Fast and Furious suit
Lawyers will meet to try to resolve lawsuit over congressional efforts to get records related to bungled gun-tracking operation
House panel: Let courts decide "Fast and Furious"
Dispute continues over attorney general's refusal to provide documents to Congress pertaining to gun-trafficking operation
Mexican man pleads guilty in border agent killing
Conviction of Manuel Osorio-Arellanes is first in death of Brian Terry; Case put "Fast and Furious" in spotlight
DOJ seeks to dismiss Fast & Furious suit
Republican-led House committee demands Attorney General Eric Holder produce records about botched probe of gun-trafficking operation
Possible friendly fire explored in border shooting
Shooting just north of U.S.-Mexico border left Agent Nicholas Ivie dead; 2nd agent wounded but now out of hospital
Intense search after Border Patrol agent killing
Investigators seeking clues comb rugged area near U.S.-Mexico border
Republicans threaten to subpoena WH official
"Gunwalker" witness Kevin O'Reilly has declined to speak to congressional Republicans
Family of slain fed wants Fast and Furious firings
Survivors of Border Patrol agent whose death brought attention to botched ATF "gunwalking" operation demand action from attorney general
GOP Rep.: Gunwalking report helps restore faith
Republican chairman of oversight committee praises watchdog report faulting Justice Department on bungled gun-trafficking probe
AG Holder cleared in Justice gunwalking probe
Internal watchdog clears attorney general of Fast and Furious operation allowing weapons into Mexico; Senior official resigns
Report faults 18 officials for Fast and Furious fiasco
Two high-ranking officials at the Justice Department are out after an investigation of a botched gun case
2 DOJ officials step down over gunwalking
Two high-ranking Justice Department officials are out over a botched gun running investigation known as "Fast and Furious." But a government report clears Attorney General Eric Holder, reports Sharyl Attkisson.
NRA members "outraged" over ATF "gunwalking" reports
In the latest of CBS News' investigative reports on the ATF and charges of "gunwalking," National Rifle Association Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre tells Sharyl Attkisson that many law enforcement members of the NRA are "outraged."
ATF agent calls assignment in Mexico "most dangerous in world"
In a sit down interviews with CBS News investigative correspondent Sharyl Attkisson on "gunwalking," Rene Jaquez, special supervisory agent at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, called an assignment in Mexico the "most dangerous" part of the world.
Obama on "gunwalking" - "Serious mistakes" may have been made
Responding to operation "Fast and Furious," President Obama told Univision's Jorge Ramos, "serious mistakes" may have been made. Recently CBS News broke this story of the ATF letting guns into Mexico, which have wound up in the hands of drug cartels.
Issa demands info on ATF "gunwalking" scandal from State Dept.
In an exclusive interview with CBS News investigative correspondent Sharyl Attkisson, House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) demanded information from Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for information on the ATF "gunwalking" scandal exposed by CBS News.
Fmr. agent warned ATF about "gunwalking"
Former attache for ATF in Mexico City Darren Gail told CBS News' Sharyl Attkisson that he made numerous inquiries to the ATF about "gunwalking" into Mexico but was ignored.
ATF agent describes dangers of "gunwalking"
Rene Jaquez, special supervisory agent at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, describes the dangers of "gunwalking" to CBS News investigative correspondent Sharyl Attkisson in her on-going investigative reporting on the ATF.
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