The House Judiciary Committee will request an independent perjury investigation. (Related: CBS Reporter says White House staffer screamed at her for pursuing the Fast and Furious story.)
News documents indicate that U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder more than likely perjured himself in congressional testimony about Operation Fast and Furious earlier this year.
New documents reveal extensive White House communication with the ATF head behind the scandal.
Journalists are supposed to live for a chance to break a Gunwalker.
Senator Charles Grassley's office corroborates the story to PJ Media.
It seems like only a matter of time before administration officials face felony indictments for their role in Operation Fast and Furious.
It's hard to think of a more logical reason for Gunwalker to exist.
Meanwhile, the Department of Justice attempts to narrow the definition of a Gunwalker gun.
The depth of the scandal dramatically widened yesterday.
It's time for the administration to come clean, under oath, and face the consequences for its actions.
Emails reveal attempts to hide that Gunwalker guns were present at Brian Terry's murder — within hours of Terry's death.
Some tips that think beyond the Ready.gov site. Also read: "Irene: Clearing Up Some Misconceptions".
Former Agent Vince Cefalu tells PJM: Those men weren't being promoted this week, they were being protected via transfers to other positions within the department.
Is it rational to believe the president and his closest advisers had nothing to do with this murderous plot?
The family of the most prominent U.S. murder victim of Operation Fast and Furious is being victimized again.
The requirement, which the administration intended to back using data from their own "Fast and Furious" gun smuggling, now faces multiple suits.
This marks the first admission of knowledge from an agency besides the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
Remember when things like this were just the realm of conspiracy theorists?
... Or higher. An informed examination of the facts leaves no other answer.
Just about every paragraph of the Politico’s gun-control article on the Norway shooter's weapons has a blatant error in it.
This time, it's Hearst reporter Dan Freedman not doing his homework before repeating widely debunked statistics. (For Tatler coverage of today's Fast and Furious hearings, click here, here, and here.)
It’s a stunning allegation that makes the other gunrunning scandals look like child’s play.
The IG is looking into charges of illegal retaliation against the ATF whistleblowers.
It would be comical if we weren’t talking about dead federal agents and Mexican nationals.
Remember when Cindy Sheehan and the left claimed "absolute moral authority" for the families of those killed in the line of duty? Think they'll fight for Agent Zapata's family?