CNN’s Anthony Bourdain sat down with Wolf Blitzer in the Situation Room to discuss his upcoming episode of “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown” on Libya.
Bourdain recently traveled to the Libyan cities of Tripoli and Misrata to learn about the people, culture and food in the nation that’s still recovering after the country’s dictator Moammar Gadhafi was overthrown and killed in 2011.
Bourdain describes Libya as “inspiring” but "hearbreaking" describing many young, earnest people who expressed a desire to remake the country.
The full interview airs Friday at 6pm ET on CNN.
The episode of “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown” on Libya airs Sunday night at 9pm ET on CNN.
Sen. Rand Paul discusses the Benghazi controversy, telling CNN's Wolf Blitzer that the "buck stops with Hillary Clinton if not the President. (Video)
RELATED STORY: White House releases Benghazi e-mails
By Jake Tapper, CNN Chief Washington Correspondent
(CNN)– The White House released more than 100 pages of e-mails on Wednesday in a bid to quell critics who say President Barack Obama and his aides played politics with national security following the deadly attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya.
The exchanges detailing discussions between top Obama administration officials from multiple agencies suggest the CIA took the lead in developing talking points to describe the attack last September 11 that killed Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans.
Rep. Issa also discusses the alleged IRS political targeting of conservative groups, telling CNN's Wolf Blitzer that "it can't happen again."
On the news from the Associated Press that the Justice Department subpoenaed their phone records, Issa calls it disturbing. "They had an obligation to look for every other way to get it before they in fact intruded on the freedom of the press," he says.
Secretary of state nominee Sen. John Kerry says there is no daylight between Secretary Clinton and him on Benghazi.
Sen. John McCain says there are still a long list of questions to be answered regarding Benghazi, Libya, including what Secretary of State Hillary Clinton know about the "constant warnings" about a possible attack.
House Intel. Chairman Rep. Mike Rogers discusses the progress toward finding out who is responsible for the Benghazi attack. In an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, Rogers said the investigation is "going too slow" and the Libyans "are not being completely helpful."
Lawmakers say meeting Susan Rice didn't ease concerns over the handling of the Benghazi attack. CNN's Dana Bash reports.