The mainstream reaction concludes that Hillary Clinton made no damaging admissions, but that only proves the mainstream is liberal-biased.
Events in Libya do deserve an airing. But the questions that should be debated are when should the United States intervene in another country? And how?
Oversight hearings, from President George Washington’s time to today, furnish a rare public display of the frictions generated by our constitutional division of powers.
The e-mail in question, from an Obama adviser, stressed that explanations for the 2012 attacks on US diplomatic missions in Benghazi, Libya, should center on a YouTube video insulting to Muslims, ‘not a broader failure of policy.’
In a new report, a Senate committee faults the State Department and US intelligence agencies for failure to prevent the 2012 terrorist attack on a US diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya.
A year after US Ambassador Chris Stevens was killed in Benghazi, American diplomacy needs his guile and wisdom in the Middle East.
Taken individually, the trio of scandals that are now bedeviling the Obama administration don’t make a whole lot of sense.
The White House released almost 100 pages worth of e-mail traffic tracing the evolution of the infamous Benghazi talking points.
WASHINGTON — Bachmann and Tea Party activists and lawmakers gathered on Capitol Hill to demand answers on improper IRS profiling of conservative groups.
Given the state of our political culture, it’s natural that many on the right will exaggerate the gravity of each “scandal” and many on the left will dismiss them.
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates says those urging a military response the night of the Benghazi attack have ‘a cartoonish impression of military capabilities.’ Republicans in Congress want to grill former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as part of a special inquiry.
Three State Department officials, referred to as ‘whistleblowers’ by some on the House panel, testified on the Benghazi attack for hours in an intensely partisan atmosphere.
Sec. of State Clinton pointed to the rising threat of Al Qaeda affiliates in northern Africa during the Benghazi hearings.
The independent panel concluded both the State Department and leaders in Washington had a hand in the “grossly inadequate” security at the Benghazi consulate.
Key GOP voices including Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham have tempered their rhetoric about Ambassador Susan Rice, who has been speculated as a possible secretary of State.
Mitt Romney continued to refuse to explain his policy proposals – especially his magical tax plan.
By taking responsibility for the security failure, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton appeared to be trying to shield her boss, a president locked in a tight reelection battle, from further political fallout.
Nearly two weeks after the attack in Libya that killed the US ambassador, it remains unclear what prompted it or the degree to which Al Qaeda or some other terrorist organization was involved. Critics say President Obama needs to explain and respond more fully to what happened.