First up there’s this shocker. Hillary Clinton’s name has come up, once again, in the ongoing Benghazi scandal:
Here’s the opener from Ms. Attkisson’s latest report:
To Sonya Gilliam, a recent account of improper sorting of Benghazi-related documents at the State Department brought back vivid memories of her own encounters with high-level government officials who withheld, deleted or destroyed public records.
And one name stood out for its familiarity: Cheryl Mills.
A former deputy assistant secretary of state had told The Daily Signal that Mills was present during an after-hours document operation in a basement room of the State Department in October 2012. Mills was chief of staff to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Secondly, there’s this Benghazi update from National Review’s Andrew McCarthy, who is not happy at all with the latest indictment filed against alleged attack ringleader Ahmed Abu Khatallah:
And finally, not to be outdone by the two feel-good stories above, there are now multiple reports of Libyan and Egyptian forces battling in and around the city of Benghazi targeting Islamist terrorists:
The civil war in Libya is now a regional war. Gird your loins, as Joe Biden did say.