Sunday on Full Measure, don’t miss our exclusive report on Benghazi: Rescue Interrupted. It’s the rescue that didn’t happen the night of the Islamic extremist attacks on the U.S. compounds in Benghazi, Libya on Sept. 11, 2012. We have new information on actions the Obama administration chose not to take. This, on the eve of the release of a new film, 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, that portrays the story of six CIA officers who say they were prevented from going to the immediate rescue of the Americans under attack a mile away.
Also Sunday, as the President takes action on gun control, we’ll look at the difference between executive “actions” and executive “orders” and how much teeth they have.
Also, a look at Presidential debates… a bit of the history and their influence and then we’ll examine the numbers: from ratings to how much money the networks are making from them.
Last week, we reported on $600 million wasted U.S. tax dollars on an Afghan Air Force that didn’t fly, how the refugee crisis could tear apart the European Union, and the problem of horse rescue charities that abuse the animals.