Sellers of "solvent traps" were pushing the legal envelope. The bureau noticed.
Illinois lawmakers are considering a bill that proponents say could stem the flow of illegal weapons into Chicago.
Congress Keeps Scolding the ATF for Botching Operations. Experts Say Lawmakers are Partially to Blame
The agency tasked with enforcing federal gun laws hasn’t had a permanent director for 8 of the last 10 years.
Internal memo called for federal officers to flood the city's highest-crime neighborhoods.
Ronald Turk, second in command at the agency, said his controversial memo was intended to spark an overdue conversation about outdated rules.