Published December 22, 2011
A top Senate Republican says a newly-disclosed report about federal efforts to secure potentially dangerous chemicals "flies in the face" of assurances from Homeland Security officials that the program was being implemented effectively.
Published December 21, 2011
A federal program aimed at securing potentially dangerous chemicals is now in jeopardy after being beset by a series of deep-seated problems, including wasteful spending and a largely unqualified workforce that lacks "professionalism," according to a scathing internal Department of Homeland Security report obtained exclusively by Fox News
Published December 14, 2011
The head of the FBI is strongly denying claims his agency tried to cover up evidence related to "Operation Fast and Furious" and the murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.
Published December 14, 2011
After receiving a phone call direct from New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly following reports that federal officials were questioning the NYPD's arrest of a terror suspect, FBI Director Robert Mueller told officials in his agency to put a sock in it.
Published November 23, 2011
The chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee is urging Google to take further action against extremist content online after police in New York City arrested a man who was allegedly plotting a terrorist attack with help from the Internet.
Published November 08, 2011
Attorney General Eric Holder said Tuesday that he has not spoken with the family of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry, who was killed in December by a group of assailants using at least two weapons tied to "Operation Fast and Furious," but he "certainly regrets" what happened.
Published November 03, 2011
The Justice Department says it is dropping a proposed rule that would have allowed officials to deny the existence of certain sensitive information, which critics said amounted to giving the government a license to "lie."
Published October 26, 2011
House Republicans on Wednesday turned their sharp questioning over "Operation Fast and Furious" toward Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, who acknowledged her agents were twice told to "stand down" in deference to what she called a "very troublesome" operation.
Published October 17, 2011
Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif, chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, had suggested Sunday that the FBI was trying to cover up the existence of a third gun at the scene of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry's murder last year
Published October 14, 2011
Newly disclosed documents reveal there was a second Arizona-based investigation during the Bush administration in which ATF agent allegedly let guns "walk" as a way to target weapons-trafficking suspects -- a practice now fueling controversy in the Obama administration