Al Qaeda’s leader in Afghanistan is plotting a comeback once U.S. and NATO troops leave the country.
“So the threat is metastasizing. It is much more broad,” he said during a hearing on Thursday.
Mike Morrell said he's afraid terrorists have found a way to evade security with shoe bombs.
Human Rights Watch is calling for a full U.S. investigation of the strike.
The rights to an e-book on Benghazi have been optioned as a film.
Al Qaeda core’s break with one affiliate in Syria and its backing of another there may show that the group now views Syria as the primary battlefield in the region, a Defense official said at House hearing on Tuesday.
In December 2012, Issa said the Benghazi “failure” didn't lie with Clinton.
The White House has warned of threats outside the Sochi Olympic venues.
Al Qaeda’s central leaders said Monday that they had no ties with one of the largest Islamic rebel groups fighting in Syria.