WASHINGTON -- A Senate investigation has concluded that officials at the
The bipartisan report by the Senate Intelligence Committee also found that no
“I hope this report will put to rest many of the conspiracy theories and political accusations about what happened in Benghazi,” Sen.
But the 85-page report, which was approved last month and declassified Wednesday, is unlikely to satisfy critics who contend that members of the
The document recommends 18 changes intended to improve security of U.S. diplomatic and intelligence facilities overseas.
President Obama has promised to “bring justice” to the leaders of the attack, but so far none of those identified as responsible have been arrested. He also has complained about the political nature of the continued criticism, which has been led largely by Republicans in