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On behalf of a grateful nation, we honor the service and sacrifice made by Ambassador Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty, and Tyrone Woods, and all those who served in Benghazi. On this Independence Day weekend, we recognize them as true American heroes and patriots. And we thank them, and we thank their loved ones. May God bless our citizens and may God bless the United States of America.

WASHINGTON—House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) today released a video announcing the publication of the final report from the Select Committee on Benghazi.

Last night, years of House oversight efforts yielded three big breakthroughs. Here’s a quick rundown of what happened:

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton tried to hide her emails about Benghazi and Libya for years, including long after she left the Obama administration. In fact, she or her team may have even instructed tech companies involved with managing and storing her emails to delete some records last year, after she was told to turn them over to the State Department.

This classified information was not just located on a secret server in the Clintons’ private New York home, which Hillary Clinton had touted as secure because it was “property guarded by the Secret Service.” It has spilled around the Internet and been transported to places around the country:

WASHINGTON, DC – House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) issued the following statement in response to calls by Senate Democrats to disband the House Select Committee on Benghazi:

"We will not relent until the American people have a complete record of all the facts.”

The former Secretary of State’s interview with MSNBC today was her latest attempt to explain away her exclusive use of a personal email account and private server for official government business, but all she did was stick to the same false statements she’s been feeding the American people for months:

There are very serious national security issues at stake, but there continues to be far more questions than answers these days from Team Clinton.

The latest batch of Hillary Clinton’s work-related personal emails released by the State Department provides at least 125 examples of the former Secretary of State and her staff mishandling classified information. The emails further confirm that virtually everything Clinton has told Americans about her unprecedented email arrangement is absolutely, categorically false.

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