Saturday, May 3
(Washington, DC) -- A House panel is sending a subpoena to Secretary of State John Kerry to testify about Benghazi next month. California Republican Darrell Issa , chairman of the House Oversight Committee, announced the subpoena on Twitter. Issa said the State Department has failed to meet its legal obligations to release all relevant documents on the 2012 terrorist attack at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. He said compliance with congressional demands is "not a game." Four Americans were killed in the attack, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens. The Obama administration insists it has cooperated fully with Congress on Benghazi.