Published May 04, 2011
It is the closest thing to a smoking gun investigators have in their probe of Project Gunrunner -- a document that shows U.S. officials’ allowed criminals to buy 1,318 guns worth nearly $1 million even after they suspected the buyers were working for Mexican drug cartels and the agency's effort to stop the guns had "yielded little or no results."
Published April 27, 2011
He is a confidential informant and ex-felon. He lives among drug dealers and corrupt officials along the U.S.-Mexican border. And after a year on the job, he is calling it quits.
Published March 28, 2011
Congress and the Department of Justice appear headed for a showdown this week over documents detailing "Operation Fast and Furious," the embarrassing Obama administration scandal that funneled guns to Mexico.
Published March 24, 2011
While President Obama calls Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi a threat to his own people, just one month before attacking Libya the president asked Congress to increase U.S. aid for Qaddafi's military to $1.7 million.
Published March 02, 2011
A lengthy study by the Tax Foundation, a nonpartisan, nonprofit think tank, shows some startling comparisons of tax burden among the states, and provides fresh perspective on the best and worst places to live based on tax collections.
Published February 14, 2011
Hailed as a high-speed road to the future, a jobs program and a symbol of America's dedication to innovation, President Obama proposed Monday spending $8 billion on a bullet train -- a down payment on a nationwide network that will cost $58 billion over the next six years.
Published February 10, 2011
From experimental to mainstream, more and more students are switching from conventional public schools to charters.
Published January 27, 2011
A book celebrating suicide bombers has been found in the Arizona desert just north of the U.S.- Mexican border, authorities tell Fox News.
Published December 09, 2010
It’s Mexico’s war, but Americans pay for it. Blame the violence, chaos, murder rate, corruption, instability and innocent lives taken – not on Mexico – but on America's drug habit, says Jim Gray, a former California Superior Court Judge and Los Angeles County prosecutor.
Published March 30, 2010
Robert Krentz was known among fellow ranchers as a good Samaritan who often helped injured illegal immigrants trying to cross the boiling desert border into Arizona. But the 58-year-old was gunned down while tending to his ranch Saturday morning, and police suspect an illegal immigrant was to blame.