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  • Benghazi -- no mere 'October surprise'

    If you want to understand why conservatives have lost faith in the so-called mainstream media, you need to ponder the question: Where is the Benghazi feeding frenzy? Unlike some of my colleagues on the right, I don't think there's a conspiracy at work....
  • Truth and consequences for Benghazi

    The only real accountability for the Benghazi scandal will have to come in 2016. Reading through the competing partisan reports and listening to the congressional testimony of various officials this week, it seems fair to say that no actual crimes were...
  • Benghazi yet again

    WASHINGTON -- The debate over the attack on the American diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya that briefly enlivened the 2012 presidential campaign will be revived today (Wednesday) in a hearing before a House committee exploring allegations that the...
  • Mob attacks Russian Embassy in Tripoli; revenge suspected

    Mob attacks Russian Embassy in Tripoli; revenge suspected
    Gunmen stormed the Russian Embassy in Tripoli, the Libyan capital,  on Wednesday night, scrambling over the walls of the compound, tearing down the Russian flag and opening fire on cars and buildings, Russian and Libyan news agencies reported. The...
  • Russia evacuates personnel from Libya in wake of embassy attack

    Russia evacuates personnel from Libya in wake of embassy attack
    MOSCOW — Russia evacuated its diplomatic community from Libya on Thursday following an attack on its embassy in Tripoli, and said it was relocating its Libyan mission to Tunisia until conditions were safe. “On Oct. 3, all the employees of...
  • A political bridge too far

    A multiple choice question: Select the scandal(s) that affects the most people and has long-term implications for the country in a time of war, a country with a struggling economy that last month produced the weakest job growth in decades. (According to...
  • Senate report cites CIA, State Department failures in Benghazi

    WASHINGTON -- A Senate investigation has concluded that officials at the State Department and U.S. intelligence agencies ignored “ample warnings” of danger and failed to do enough to prevent an attack by militants on a U.S. mission and CIA...
  • CBS News 'Reviewing' Report from '60 Minutes' on Benghazi Attack

    CBS News issued a statement late Thursday acknowledging that "60 Minutes" is "reviewing" Its recent report on Benghazi following days of questions about the veracity of claims made by a former defense contractor who claimed to be an eyewitness to the...
  • Senate committee: Real Benghazi scandal was not the talking points

    Senate committee: Real Benghazi scandal was not the talking points
    One reason “Captain Phillips” was such a satisfying movie was because it showed how the U.S. deploys its vast military might in the service of one puny life. There was something incredibly stirring about watching a Navy flotilla slice...
  • McManus: After Benghazi, reassessing risk

    Soon — perhaps very soon — the Syrian government of Bashar Assad will fall. On that day, and for months after, Damascus will probably be a disorderly and dangerous place, a risky place for American diplomats to be. -------------------- FOR...
  • Douglas Kmiec on keeping the faith

    Douglas Kmiec on keeping the faith
    Talk about tests of faith. Douglas Kmiec is an influential Roman Catholic scholar, a veteran of Ronald Reagan's Justice Department and a Pepperdine University constitutional law professor. What he's gone through in the last handful of years, he sums up...
  • U.S. ambassador killed: Why editors put photo on front page

    U.S. ambassador killed: Why editors put photo on front page
    Reader reaction was strong to Thursday’s front-page photo of a mortally wounded J. Christopher Stevens, a U.S. ambassador to Libya. Stevens was killed Tuesday along with three other Americans in an attack on the U.S. consulate in Bengazi, Libya. As...