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Benghazi hearings wind down with admissions of failure

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State Department officials on Capitol Hill on Thursday conceded they had not done enough to protect the four Americans who died during a terrorist strike in Benghazi, Libya, and vowed to reform security for U.S. assets overseas. The Sept. 11 terrorist attack on a U.S. consulate in Libya, where American Ambassador Christopher Stevens died, led to the downfall of President Obama's preferred...

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