Dagen McDowell applauded a decision by a federal judge who ordered the State Department resume its search for emails relevant to the Benghazi terror attack of 2012.
A federal judge is ordering the State Department to try again to find emails top Hillary Clinton aides wrote about the Benghazi attack.
Benghazi hero and Marine Corps veteran John "Tig" Tiegen reacted to Hillary Clinton's remarks at the debate regarding her readiness to serve as commander-in-chief if elected president.
Ed Henry reported on "America's Newsroom" about the latest WikiLeaks release of Hillary Clinton campaign emails.
"What’s more offensive? Words or actions?" Judge Jeanine Pirro asked in her 'Opening Statement' on Saturday.
Mark “Oz” Geist, a member of the Annex Security Team on the night of the 2012 Benghazi terror attack, joined Sean Hannity to discuss the candidates’ performance at Monday night’s presidential debate.
Tuesday on the Kelly File, host Megyn Kelly spoke to the last person to speak to US Ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens before he was brutally killed by terrorists on September 11, 2012.
Hillary Clinton is taking some heat for saying at last night's Commander-in-Chief Forum that "we did not lose a single American" due to military intervention in Libya.
Patricia Smith, the mother of Benghazi victim Sean Smith, said she still has not heard from Hillary Clinton or anyone in the Obama Administration about why her son was killed in the 2012 attack.
Patricia Smith, whose son Sean Smith was killed in the 2012 Benghazi attack, told Trish Regan this afternoon that she is still seeking answers and will now take her battle to the courts.
Larry Klayman, however, disagreed with Napolitano's analysis on The Kelly File tonight, arguing that the case has "tremendous" chance to succeed.