Washington Post on Operation Gunwalker
WaPo acknowledges the issue exists, but with an article that begins "A chief Republican critic of a controversial U.S. anti-gun-trafficking operation was briefed on ATF’s “Fast and Furious” program last year and did not express any opposition, sources familiar with the classified briefing said Tuesday." Although the anonymous sources did not say he was told that the operation included letting guns "walk," the lead sentence tries to create that impression. The total description of the hearings is one sentence: "But several ATF agents testified before Issa’s committee last week that they were ordered not to stop people they suspected had illegal guns."
Why the paper didn't cover the hearings is not mentioned. I remember you often heard about an issue in the Post only after the paper was brought in to do damage control.
The Daily Caller quickly gives another side to the story.