The network I once respected as a necessary antidote to liberal media now peddles craven lies and Russian disinformation.
President Obama lashed out at his long-time critic for citing cooperation with the White House in an effort to get reelected.
The Justice Department's former privacy officer says there's no good reason why a senior U.S. diplomat would ask the FBI's deputy international operations chief about classification levels on one of Hillary Clinton’s emails.
Best Defense is in summer reruns. Here is an item that originally ran on October 22, 2015.
Neither of the dueling reports from the Democrats or Republicans had new revelations about Clinton's culpability, but they'll re-inject the issue into the 2016 campaign.
The alleged Benghazi ringleader will not face capital punishment.
The intervention didn’t go according to plan. But the Democratic front-runner doesn’t think withdrawing from the Middle East is the answer.
Best of Best Defense: Number 5 in our list of the most viewed posts of 2015. This post ran originally on October 22.
For four years she was Obama’s loyal secretary of state. Her critics call her an interventionist, her admirers tough-minded. What kind of president would she be?
Watching Hillary Clinton’s grueling Benghazi testimony, it’s amazing how far the United States has come in facing — and fearing — threats to national security from the Middle East.
The unintended consequences — and surprising insights — produced by an epic display of political theater.
Three years after the deadly attack, Republicans are still trying to drag the former secretary of state back to Benghazi. But she’s looking ahead to 2016.
The attack on the temporary U.S. mission and a nearby CIA annex in Benghazi, Libya, during the early morning hours of Sept. 11, 2012, has fueled a political firestorm directed at then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.