“We were wrong,” 60 Minutes admits about a report on Benghazi that seemed to undercut the Obama administration’s narrative on what happened the night that four Americans were killed last year. Continue reading
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A month after the attacks in Benghazi, a key suspect was smirking at the United States and sipping a strawberry frappe on a hotel patio with a New York Times reporter. This week, he’s b-a-a-a-ck.
Abu Khattala — who told NYT in October that he was not a member of al-Qaida but admired the terrorists’ “puritanical zeal for Islamic law” — is talking to CNN. “He’s really not that difficult to find,” says Arwa Damon, the CNN reporter. “This is not a man who is in hiding.” Continue reading