Following up on my latest column, on the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms’s Operation Fast and Furious, here are the links to the 16 stories The Post has published in whole or in part on the program since January of 2011. At the bottom is a link to the December 2010 eight-part series, The Hidden Life of Guns, whose goal was to expose undisclosed data on guns used in crimes.

Jan. 31 — First story mentioning Fast and Furious, in the context of threatened budget cuts to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives

Feb. 1 — First confirmation of connection between Fast and Furious and Agent Brian Terry’s death

March 3 — Los Angeles Times story on ATF losing track of many Fast and Furious guns

March 9 — ATF announces review of Fast and Furious

June 15 — story on Agent Terry’s family testifying before Congress

June 20 — How Fast and Furious would affect confirmation of new ATF director

June 21 — Was Rep. Darrell Issa, (R-Calif.) briefed on Fast and Furious in 2010?

June 30 — Democrats say weak gun laws partly at fault in Fast and Furious

July 3 — Justice Department officials confirmed in Senate despite Fast and Furious

July 6 — ATF director’s testimony on Capitol Hill about Fast and Furious

July 11 — Fast and Furious in the context of new gun dealer reporting requirements in the Southwest

July 12 — Profile of Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.)

July 13 — More on the progress of the new gun dealer reporting rules

July 25 — Long story explaining what went wrong with Fast and Furious

July 26 — Story about report from House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform

July 27 — Story on hearing before Issa’s committee

Hidden Life of Guns Series