Officials learned Iran broke into social media accounts thanks to a new Facebook feature.
The State Department said potential attackers could target private or government interests.
The decision is expected to lead to the project's rejection by the Obama administration.
A delay would almost certainly hand the decision for the $8 billion project to a future president.
Clinton swore in Chris Stevens herself and sent him to Libya. Then she dropped the ball.
Republicans forgot the first rule of political ambushes: Present a facade of impartiality.
The affair reinforces the sense of Hillary Clinton as shady and that this sort of thing is inevitable if she becomes president.
Chinese President Xi Jinping began his weeklong U.S. visit this week.
The secret documents made public by Wikileaks offer a rare insight into how U.S. foreign policy really works.
305 emails from Hillary Clinton's private server used while she was secretary of state will be referred for review for potentially classified information.
The U.S. State Department identified the number of emails in a court filing on Monday.
The Benghazi Committee's desire to access Clinton's server is a smokescreen for a politically-motivated hatchet job.
Diplomats are covering up the trade in human lives in China, Cuba and Malaysia.
Is the secretary of state in line for a Nobel Peace Prize? Or did he doom the Middle East to an even more chaotic future?
"At this point the best thing for Mrs. Clinton to do is to come clean and just turn the server over to the IG (inspector general) at the State Department," Boehner said.
An alarming 32,727 people were killed in 13,463 attacks in 2014.
The secretary of state grapples with an over-excited 2-year-old, and some questions from the kids.
The real scandal is about journalism and the weak standards employed to manufacture headlines.
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