Five Years After The Deadly Benghazi Attack, The First — And Only — Defendant Stands Trial
Prosecutors say the Libyan man charged, Ahmed Abu Khatallah, planned the attack. Defense lawyers say Khatallah wasn’t the "brains," and was brought to stand trial in the US because he was easy to find and the US and Libya needed someone to hold responsible.
Back In The Bunker: Emails, Benghazi, It's "Partisanization" To Hillary Clinton
This weekend in Iowa, Clinton unveiled a new approach to questions about her email: linking them to the Benghazi inquiry, and framing both as the fruit of ever aggressive partisanship — the kind she's been talking about for decades.
Hillary Clinton Aides Reportedly Emailed Her From Personal Accounts
Details of Clinton's emails released Monday show that some of her aides' messages about Benghazi came from their personal email accounts, the New York Times reported. Clinton earlier said the "vast majority" of her emails were sent to official accounts at the State Department so the records would be "captured and preserved."
These Are The Members Of The Benghazi Select Committee
House Speaker John Boehner announced Friday the names of the seven Republicans chosen to serve on the select committee on Benghazi. Democrats have yet to announce which, if any, members will serve on the committee investigating the Sept. 11, 2012, terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.