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Michigan town could face bankruptcy after multimillion-dollar deal with movie producer goes bust
The Inspector General draft report on Fast and Furious heaps blame on the Phoenix-based staff of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms
Former U.S. military advisors testify to Congress on human suffering, corruption at National Military Hospital
The House Oversight Committee released graphic photos Monday from a U.S. taxpayer-funded hospital in Afghanistan that allegedly show deadly neglect of Afghan soldiers
CBS News' Armen Keteyian reports on American doctors purchasing cancer drugs from overseas that have not had FDA approval
2 whistleblowers have reportedly been placed under the supervision of an ATF official who allegedly threatened to "take them down"
GOP says evidence contradicts claims by Eric Holder that Justice officials were unaware of guns being "walked" to Mexico
One of White House's recovery projects, Abound Solar, files for bankruptcy
With a House committee set to hold a contempt vote on AG Eric Holder over the "Fast and Furious" program, here's a helpful guide
Says "insufficient basis to support request" from Congressional investigators into gunwalking scandal
CBS News has learned that the family of ICE Special Agent Jaime Zapata has filed a claim for wrongful death against the Justice Dept. and other federal agencies
CBS News has learned a second Inspector General (IG) is investigating Operation "Fast and Furious": Homeland Security.
CBS News has learned that three Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents are under investigation for hiring prostitutes in Cartagena, Colombia.
Big companies that decide what food goes on your student's tray may be cheating schools and taxpayers out of millions
Owner of club downplays reports of riotous behavior by U.S. government agents
CBS News sought documents related to botched ATF operation under Freedom of Information Act, got rejections and redactions
Evidence photos just turned over to Congress under subpoena show a frightening stash of grenade parts, fuse assemblies and more than 2,000 rounds of ammunition.
A filing submitted Friday asks U.S. District Judge Kurt Engelhardt to give preliminary approval to settlement agreement
Obama admin awarded $300M in stimulus for battery plants in Mich., but Korean concerns said to bring in own Korean workers
CBS News' Armen Keteyian looks into the distribution of counterfeit Altuzan from U.K. distributors to the U.S.