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  • Her own words: In her final days as secretary of state, Hillary Rodham Clinton tells a Senate committee that she saw no specific security requests for Benghazi and "I wasn't involved in the talking points process." (Associated Press)

    Hillary Clinton all but erased from tragic story of the attack in Benghazi

    A huge wave of public testimony, reports and documents on what happened in Benghazi now floods Washington, and little of it focuses on the role of Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton before, on, or after Sept. 11, 2012.

  • Sen. Rand Paul (Associated Press)

    PAUL: The moment of responsibility for Hillary Clinton

    When I took Hillary Rodham Clinton to task in January for the mishandling of security in Benghazi, Libya, I told her that if I had been president at the time, I would have relieved her of her post. Some politicians and pundits took offense at my line of questioning.

  • J. Christopher Stevens, the U.S. ambassador to Libya who was killed in an attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2011, is pictured in Benghazi on Wednesday, April 11, 2011. Leaders of a House committee have said U.S. diplomats in Libya made repeated requests for increased security for the consulate in Benghazi and were turned down by officials in Washington. In a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Rep. Darrell Issa and Rep. Jason Chaffetz said their information came from "individuals with direct knowledge of events in Libya." (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

    EDITORIAL: Benghazi answers

    The White House surely rues the day that someone came up with the bright idea of blaming an obscure YouTube video for the "demonstrations" that killed Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three others at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

  • ** FILE ** White House press secretary Jay Carney pauses as he speaks during his daily news briefing at the White House in Washington on Friday, Feb. 1, 2013. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

    White House struggles to respond to new Benghazi revelations

    The White House on Wednesday stood by its story that the Obama administration remained unsure exactly who was responsible for the attack on the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi nearly five days after it occurred even though new revelations show Ansar al-Sharia's direct involvement.

  • Slain ambassador's deputy says US knew immediately Benghazi was terror attack

    Silent for months, the former top deputy to slain Ambassador Chris Stevens has told congressional investigators that U.S. and Libyan officials on the ground believed immediately that the attack on the American mission in Benghazi was terrorism and not a protest gone awry as administration officials initially suggested.

  • White House press secretary Jay Carney listens to a question from the media during his daily news briefing at the White House in Washington on Monday, May 6, 2013. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

    White House tries to deflect criticism from Benghazi whistle-blowers

    The White House on Monday attempted to deflect new criticism on the administration's handling of the Benghazi attacks from a firsthand witness and an additional whistle-blower, arguing that an internal State Department review charged with investigating the September attacks was led by an "unimpeachable" team.

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