Nearly two years after the attack on the U.S. Mission in Benghazi that killed four Americans, Ahmed Abu Khatallah is in U.S. custody. The alleged mastermind of the deadly attack is on a ship facing intense interrogation. Barbara Starr looks at the events that led to Khatallah's arrest.
Anderson discussed Khatallah's interrogation with former NCIS special agent Robert McFadden.
In its new report, the Senate Intelligence Committee concludes the deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya was likely preventable. What else does the report say? John King has the latest.
That is just one of the serious questions that is still being debated more than a year after the deadly attack, Four Americans, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens, were killed last September 11th. New York Times reporter David Kirkpatrick traveled to Benghazi for a new report on the tragedy. One of Kirkpatrick's most surprising findings is that he saw no evidence of Al Qaeda involvement. While that backs up claims made by the Obama Administration, Kirkpatrick tells Anderson he is "certainly not trying to vindicate anyone."
Rep. Darrell Issa says he is "disappointed" that Secy. Hillary Clinton's Benghazi testimony "didn't have more answers."
David Petraeus gave classified testimony today in closed-door briefings to congressional committee members on Benghazi attacks.
Anderson Cooper and Dana Bash report the latest information about minor changes to the talking points, and what the Fmr. CIA Dir. said his agency knew about the attack.
Anderson Cooper asks Republican Rep. Dana Rohrabacher of California to provide evidence of his claim the president "knew this was a terrorist attack."
Republican Rep. Peter King and Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff discuss surveillance and drone video of the September 11 attack in Benghazi, Libya.
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