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The world body has been hit with a series of damaging revelations about the enrichment of top officials by foreign businessmen and governments. What’s the U.N. doing about it? Not much.


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Libya’s oil could help knit the country back together — or tear it apart for good.

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Two Former U.S. Intelligence Officers Explain Why the Benghazi Hearings Are 'Head-Smacking Crazy'

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.

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Watch Hillary Clinton Testify to the House Select Committee on Benghazi

Hillary Clinton is testifying on the Benghazi attack. Watch it here.

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Clinton on Benghazi Hearing: ‘I Really Don’t Know What to Expect’

Hillary Clinton will testify before the House Benghazi Committee on Thursday, but said Sunday she has no idea what to expect from the Republican-controlled panel.

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Benghazi Takes Down a U.S. Politician — and It’s Not Hillary Clinton

McCarthy's suggestion that the Benghazi probe is political cost him the House speaker post.


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The Gun Smuggler’s Lament

In 2011, Osama Kubbar ran Qatari-supplied arms to Libyan rebels battling the Qaddafi regime. Today, he is watching from afar as his country is torn apart by two warring governments and a web of rival militias. This is the story of a failed revolution and the people it engulfed.

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