The latest news on Rice, Susan
A moderate Republican senator crucial to any White House hopes of getting U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice confirmed as secretary of state said Wednesday that there are still lingering unanswered questions about the deadly Sept. 11 attack in Libya.
GOP senators say they are more concerned than ever about Obama administration's post-Benghazi story.
President Barack Obama must stick to his guns and work for the change he wants to see.
Susan Rice isn't the wrong choice for secretary of state because of Benghazi, but because she has been too supportive of war.
As Hillary Clinton preps for departure, Senate Republicans take issue with potential successor
Republicans say Rice's handling of the terrorist attack in Benghazi show she shouldn't be nominated for the position.
Ambassador calls on U.S. to abstain from United Nations vote.
Obama's U.N. ambassador hits 'a la carte' funding.
Why haven't Tea Partyers and Congress spoken out more against Obama's Libya spending spree?
U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice is worried Libya could plummet into a "humanitarian disaster."