U.S. compound attack in Benghazi
Coverage of the attack on the U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya, Sept. 11, 2012
GOP-led House panel releases Benghazi probe findings
Two-year investigation of politically charged incident determines whether series of persistent allegations were valid
DOJ brings possible death penalty charges against Benghazi suspect
Libyan militant indicted on new charges related to 2012 Benghazi attack that killed 4 Americans
House GOP requesting $3.3 million for Benghazi probe
The budget request for the special committee investigating the 2012 attacks is higher than several other House committees
U.S. says Khattala supervised action at Benghazi
Prosecutors say Ahmed Abu Khattalah was motivated by "extremist ideology," had expressed anger over American presence in Libyan city
McCaul: Benghazi suspect interrogation was "rushed"
The U.S. was too focused on trying Ahmed Abu Khattalah in a criminal court instead of treating him as a war criminal in Guantanamo Bay, lawmaker says
Benghazi suspect pleads not guilty to conspiracy charges
Ahmed Abu Khatallah made first appearance in Washington D.C. federal court after his capture in June
Benghazi suspect Ahmed Abu Khatallah arrives in D.C.
The suspected mastermind of the attack in Benghazi that killed 4 Americans was captured earlier this month in Libya by U.S. Special Forces
Benghazi suspect described as being "somewhat cooperative"
Ahmed Abu Khattalah, captured by U.S. forces for alleged role in attack on U.S. compound, being questioned aboard the USS New York
GOP questions handling of Benghazi suspect Khatallah
Obama administration plans to try Khatallah in federal court, but some Republicans say he should be held and tried in the military justice system
Obama: "We will find those responsible" when Americans are attacked
During a manufacturing event in Pittsburgh, the president addressed the capture of one of the suspected leaders of the 2012 attack in Benghazi
Benghazi attack suspect in U.S. custody after secret raid
Ahmed Abu Khattalah is the first person connected to the attacks to be apprehended
House Oversight releases John Kerry from Benghazi testimony
Committee chairman Darrell Issa accused Kerry of accepting his offer to testify in order to avoid testifying before the House's new investigative committee
Defiant Hillary Clinton defends Benghazi response
The former secretary of state devotes a chapter of her upcoming book to the attack and responding to GOP criticism of her handling of the aftermath
Democrats join Benghazi investigation to "defend the truth"
Democrats, who say the committee is politically-motivated, aim to make sure Republicans don't twist the facts
The House GOP's Benghazi investigation: Who's who
Most of the seven Republican members on the House's special Benghazi investigation have worked on previous probes into the attacks
Clinton "clearly" responsible for Benghazi, Cheney says
From Benghazi to Ukraine to Syria, the United States' foreign relationships have been mishandled, former vice president says
A new Benghazi subpoena for John Kerry
A scheduling conflict prevented the secretary of state from honoring a previous subpoena from House Oversight chairman Darrell Issa
State Dept: John Kerry isn't best person to testify about Benghazi
The State Department says GOP leaders could find someone "more appropriate" to appear before the House Oversight Committee
As Democrats mull their role in Benghazi probe, GOP forges ahead
Regardless of how the investigation proceeds, the only agreement between the parties is that the other is playing political games
Democrats still weighing participation in new Benghazi investigation
Some urge the party to boycott the probe, but backing out could deprive Democrats of the ability to shape the investigation
Democrats question motive of special Benghazi committee
Republican heading committee insists he just wants to know what was behind administration's initial description of attack
John Boehner promises Benghazi committee won't be a "sideshow"
Regardless, Democratic leaders are calling the committee a political ploy
Benghazi: Politics aside, what questions remain?
As mudslinging over Benghazi talking points consumes Capitol Hill, there are several other lingering issues related to the 2012 attack
Kerry won't comply with Benghazi subpoena, State Dept. says
Secretary of state has plans to be out of the country; State Department spokesman says subpoena is partisan in nature
Democrats: Special Benghazi panel nothing but politics
Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., says the new probe is a "colossal waste of time," but Republicans say the administration's stonewalling leaves them no choice
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