July 19-22, 2017
A scathing report released by the Senate Intelligence Committee found that the attack that killed U.S. Ambassador Stevens and three other Americans in Benghazi could have been prevented after multiple warnings from intelligence agencies. The report lambasted the State Department after it failed to respond to intelligence reports, and it was also the first to implicitly criticize Ambassador Stevens for his judgement in the days preceding the attack.
Read more from Mark Mazzetti in The New York Times here.