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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.
(CNN) - Most of the Republican members of a Senate committee investigating the terrorist attack at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, skipped a classified briefing by administration officials on the incident Wednesday, CNN has learned.
The missing lawmakers included Sen. John McCain of Arizona, who at the time of the top-secret briefing held a press conference in the Capitol to call for the creation of a Watergate-type special Congressional committee to investigate how and why the attack took place.
(CNN) – Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the Senate Intelligence Committee chair, says that it is her intention to talk with former CIA Director David Petraeus regarding the circumstances that led to the deadly attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya.
In an interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, the Democratic Senator from California says she believes that he will testify on the matter.
“This ties in to his trip that he made just before all of this broke to some Middle Eastern countries including Libya” Feinstein said. “I think he’s a responsible person and I believe he will come.”
Petraeus, a retired four-star general, resigned Friday from his post at the CIA after acknowledging an affair with a woman later identified as his biographer, Paula Broadwell. His resignation came just days before he was to testify to Congress on the September 11 attack in Benghazi that killed four Americans.
The full interview airs at 4 p.m. ET on CNN’s “The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer.”
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Emails show that the White House knew a group took credit for the attack on US mission in Benghazi, CNN's Suzanne Kelly reports.