State Department Security Chief and Two Others Resign

Report on Benghazi attack said security at the consulate was inadequate


An official says a State Department security chief and two others have resigned after the report on the Benghazi attack, The Associated Press reported.

Vivid new details of the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, were released Tuesday night by a federal committee trying to come to grips with the violence that led to the first murder of a U.S. ambassador since 1988 and the deaths of three other Americans.