The report finds the Obama Administration mishandled the response to the 2012 terrorist attacks, but says Hillary Clinton was not directly at fault for the deaths of four American citizens.
During a 45-minute speech Wednesday, Donald Trump described the ways in which he believes Hillary Clinton would destroy the country if she were to become president.
If the advances are sustained, they could dislodge Islamic State from its most important base outside the Middle East and provide a boost to the UN-backed Government of National Accord.
Feisty zingers, murder accusations, and Twitter wars could be the new benchmark for general election campaigning.
Muammar Qaddafi is gone and his sons are either dead or in prison, but Libya is still convulsing as rival governments vie for control of the oil-rich nation.
By Justin Ling
Concerns about security at Canada’s international offices has been largely muted in recent years, even as Washington scrutinized the security shortcomings that led to the deadly attack on the US headquarters in Benghazi, Libya.
The State Department released another trove of documents yesterday, but fell short of a goal set by a federal judge in response to a FOIA lawsuit by VICE News reporter Jason Leopold.
The latest batch of Hillary Clinton emails released in response to a VICE News FOIA lawsuit shows some of the current presidential candidate's lighter moments.
By Liz Fields
The Democratic frontrunner brushes off tough questions, skates on the easy ones, and tries her best to look unruffled.
By VICE News
The House Select Committee on Benghazi is grilling Clinton about the 2012 assault on the American diplomatic compound that killed four Americans. Clinton previously testified before the committee in 2013.
By Liz Fields
Clinton has caught a big break ahead of her scheduled testimony before the panel set up to investigate the 2012 incident in Libya.
By VICE News
Outgoing Speaker John Boehner stormed out of a meeting with House Republicans after declaring that the election for his successor would be delayed. The sudden development made plain the disarray within the Republican party's House leadership.
The Defense Department found an email chain with the former Centcom commander that Clinton did not give to the State Department to be made public as part of a VICE News FOIA lawsuit.
Reports of beheadings and bodies strung up on poles have emerged following an attempted rebellion against Islamic State militants in the Libyan city of Sirte.
By Tess Owen
The campaign has released a counter-response video anticipating her critics’ scrutiny over the 55,000 pages of work-related emails that were made public yesterday.
The initial cache of emails will be released Tuesday, and there should — in theory — be few significant redactions from the State Department.
The government then proposes the rolling release of an undisclosed number of additional emails every 60 days after that.
In response to a FOIA lawsuit filed by VICE News, Clinton's emails will be made available to VICE News and other organizations that sued for the records before they are released to the public.
Roughly 55,000 pages worth of emails that belong to Hillary Clinton won’t be released any time soon, according to court papers filed Monday night.