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Washington Post
U.S. defends seizure and interrogation of Benghazi terrorism suspectAn attack on Sept. 11, 2012, left the U.S. consulate building in Benghazi burni
U.S. defends seizure and interrogation of Benghazi terrorism suspect
Washington Post / Posted yesterday
An attack on Sept. 11, 2012, left the U.S. consulate building in Benghazi burning and abandoned. (Mohammad Hannon/AP) The U.S. government late Wednesday defended the legality of the seizure and interrogation of the man charged with leading the... Read more
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Quartz
Selling US ambassadorships for political gain is risky business in an already risky game - Quartz NOT A PLUM GIG Demonstrators protest outside the US embassy to...
Selling US ambassadorships for political gain is risky business in an already risky game
Quartz / Posted 8 days ago
- Quartz NOT A PLUM GIG Demonstrators protest outside the US embassy to... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Hillary Clinton: Email Investigation Doesn't Matter To Voters I've MetDemocratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Saturday downplayed a fede
Hillary Clinton: Email Investigation Doesn't Matter To Voters I've Met
The Huffington Post / Posted 19 days ago
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Saturday downplayed a federal probe into a private email server that she used while secretary of state and repeated that she did not send or receive materials marked classified on the account. The... Read more
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The Mercury News
Richard Cohen: Deciphering Hillary's emailsThe New York Times on Sunday printed 2,973 words explaining how the fuss over H
Richard Cohen: Deciphering Hillary's emails
The Mercury News / Posted 23 days ago
The New York Times on Sunday printed 2,973 words explaining how the fuss over Hillary Clinton's emails began and how it developed and what it means and why the newspaper has published so much stuff about it. As a result, I now know that her use of a... Read more
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Washington Post
Libyan security force became a lesson in failureLibyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan speaks at a news conference on March 8, 2014,
Libyan security force became a lesson in failure
Washington Post / Posted 29 days ago
Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan speaks at a news conference on March 8, 2014, in the capital, Tripoli. (Mahmud Turkia/AFP via Getty Images) It was Ali Zeidan’s first official visit to Washington, and the then-Libyan prime minister had an urgent... Read more
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The Columbian
Benghazi defendant asks U.S. judge to send him to LibyaWASHINGTON — The accused ringleader of the 2012 attack that killed four America
Benghazi defendant asks U.S. judge to send him to Libya
The Columbian / Posted a month ago
WASHINGTON — The accused ringleader of the 2012 attack that killed four Americans at a U.S. diplomatic compound and CIA base in Benghazi, Libya, has asked a federal judge to dismiss terrorism charges against him and send him home. In court papers... Read more
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Washington Post
Benghazi terror suspect challenges U.S. interrogation policy, prosecutionAn attack on Sept. 11, 2012, left the U.S. consulate building in Benghazi burni
Benghazi terror suspect challenges U.S. interrogation policy, prosecution
Washington Post / Posted a month ago
An attack on Sept. 11, 2012, left the U.S. consulate building in Benghazi burning and abandoned. (Gianluigi Guercia/AFP/Getty Images) The man charged with leading the Sept. 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four U.S. officials asked a... Read more
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Washington Post
U.S. intelligence officials to take part in review of Clinton e-mailsHillary Clinton makes a speech on Cuban relations Friday at Florida Internation
U.S. intelligence officials to take part in review of Clinton e-mails
Washington Post / Posted 1 months ago
Hillary Clinton makes a speech on Cuban relations Friday at Florida International University in Miami. (Joe Skipper/Reuters) About a dozen U.S. intelligence officials have been added to the State Department team reviewing former secretary of state... Read more
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Daily Herald
Clinton Benghazi hearing will put suburban lawmakers in spotlightThe announcement this week that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will
Clinton Benghazi hearing will put suburban lawmakers in spotlight
Daily Herald / Posted 1 months ago
The announcement this week that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will appear before the congressional Benghazi committee this fall stands to put two local lawmakers at the center of an important hearing as the presidential race heats up. Of... Read more

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