Gregory Hicks, the top deputy to the U.S. ambassador killed in Benghazi, Libya, last year, will give evidence before the House Oversight and Government Reform committee today. The widely anticipated testimony comes as the panel's probe into the assault gathers force, with whistle-blowers expected to accuse former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton of downplaying evidence that the attack was an act of terrorism.

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