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Released Email Spotlights Unusual Nature of U.S. Mission in Benghazi

Aaron Klein, Breitbart   TEL AVIV – A State Department email released earlier this week contains a tidbit that spotlights the highly unusual nature of the U.S. special mission attacked in Benghazi on September 11, 2012, Breitbart Jerusalem has found. In the email in question, released as a result of a Judicial Watch Freedom of

Spy agencies heard Benghazi attackers using State Dept. cell phones to call terrorist leaders

 The terrorists who attacked the U.S. consulate and CIA annex in Benghazi on September 11, 2012 used cell phones, seized from State Department personnel during the attacks, and U.S. spy agencies overheard them contacting more senior terrorist leaders to report on the success of the operation, multiple sources confirmed to Fox News. The disclosure is

MUST READ: Ted Cruz Lays Out 10 Questions About Benghazi [VIDEO]

 After the House of Representatives announced the formation of a special Benghazi Select Committee, Senator Ted Cruz renewed his call for a Senate select committee on Benghazi that would work jointly with the House committee. Senator Cruz has long been critical of the lack of action on the part of the Obama administration in dealing

State Dept renewed lease on Benghazi consulate — with security waiver

Just two months before the attack on our consulate in Benghazi killed four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens, the State Department approved the renewal of its lease while once again waiving security requirements. CBS News’ Sharyl Attkisson reports that the security waiver came just one month after an IED blew a hole in the wall