The Republican-led Benghazi Committee has finished its report, revealing new insight into the attack the left a U.S. ambassador and three other Americans dead.

Listen to FOX News Radio's coverage of the House Panel talking about the Benghazi report: 

(AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
(AP Photo/Cliff Owen)

FOX's Jared Halpern has more from Washington:

The two-years-in-the-making report offers new details about what was happened in Libya and Washington, the night of the consulate attack.

Benghazi Committee chairman, Republican Trey Gowdy, critical of Obama administration's decision-making:

(Gowdy) "No U.S. military asset was ever deployed to Benghazi, despite the order of the Secretary of Defense."

The report characterizes the stalled deployment amid in-fighting over whether permission from the Libyan government was required.

Democrats on the Committee dismissed the GOP report as a conspiracy theory. In a report of their own, however, they do fault woefully inadequate security measures at the Benghazi consulate.

In Washington, Jared Halpern, FOX News.

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