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Hearings To Begin On Benghazi Consulate Attack

Both House and Senate committees hold closed-door hearings Thursday to question administration officials about the Sept. 11 attack on the consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans. Some leading Republicans say only a dedicated Watergate-style committee can get to the bottom what happened.
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Petraeus Paramour Loses Security Clearance

Paula Broadwell, the woman at the center of the scandal that cost CIA director David Petraeus his job, has lost her military security clearance. FBI and military investigators are trying to determine whether Broadwell had classified information she was not entitled to see.
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Scandal Shines Light On Tampa Social Scene

Along with the news about the Gen. David Petreus scandal, we've been hearing about lavish social events given in the Tampa, Fla., area. A lot of military brass from MacDill Air Force Base, where U.S. Central Command is headquartered, go to these events. Linda Wertheimer talks to Ben Montgomery, a reporter with the Tampa Bay Times, about how the scandal is playing out around Tampa.
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FBI Agent In Petraeus Case Identified In Media Reports

Both The New York Times and CBS News identify him as Frederick Humphries, a veteran agent at the bureau who investigated the foiled millennium terrorist plot in 1999.
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The Petraeus Affair: From First Meeting To Full-Blown Scandal

New details are emerging about how David Petraeus' extramarital affair developed, and when officials — from law enforcement to the White House — first found out about it.
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What's The Punishment For Adultery These Days?

A scarlet letter is no longer required, but there are sanctions. For some public figures, it can end a career. For others, it's just a bump in the road that quickly passes.

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