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The embassy in Libya where a U.S. ambassador was killed by terrorists Sept. 11 was left underprotected by the State Department's "cookie-cutter approach" to embassy security, a former top senior security officer told lawmakers on Wednesday. The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform spent the afternoon grilling three State Department officials and an Army lieutenant colonel who once...

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