The end of 2013 is upon us which means Barbara Walters is out with her '?Most Fascinating People' list. Who's at the top? None other than 'what difference does it make' Hillary Clinton.
An American teacher working at an international school in Benghazi, Libya was shot and killed this morning while jogging. The State Department has confirmed that an American was killed, but the details are still emerging.
For the first time in years, more Americans find Hillary Clinton "unfavorable" than "favorable" - although she is still the clear leading potential Democratic nominee for 2016. The change is likely due to a plethora of recent bad press around the Benghazi scandal, despite the fact that reports from The Weekly Standard, ABC News, and CBS News were later retracted.
Yesterday, Lara Logan of CBS News apologized for including Dylan Davies as a source on a Benghazi 60 Minutes program that aired several weeks ago and has been widely ridiculed, debunked, and condemned.
More than a year has gone by since four Americans were killed in 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack, and despite all the Capitol Hill hearings, Sen. Lindsey Graham isn’t satisfied with the information lawmakers have received.
A new Rasmussen Report shows 43 percent of American voters believe the attack will hurt former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton should she decide to run for President in 2016.
Another forgotten attack came on March 3, 2012, when Christian and Jewish graves in a British military cemetery were destroyed by Islamic terrorists. Chilling video footage shows militants destroying graves and repeatedly saying, "Allahu akbar."
Last night 60 Minutes aired a damning report from reporter Lara Logan about the details of the Benghazi attack, including an interview with "Morgan Jones," a former British soldier who spoke under a pseudonym in order to protect his identity.
When Hillary Clinton spoke to an auditorium full of students and supporters at the University at Buffalo Wednesday night, one attendee thought it an opportune time to make the former Secretary of State accountable for the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012, which left four Americans dead.