LONDON, ENGLAND (NBC) - Members of the House Oversight Committee want to talk to Secretary of State John Kerry about Benghazi.
On Thursday, Committee Chairman Republican Darrell Issa subpoenaed Kerry to appear before the committee to discuss the 2012 embassy attack that killed four Americans.
The subpoena comes after Issa and the State Department failed to reach a deal on documents related to the attack.
Issa previously had issued a subpoena for Kerry to appear on May 21, but lifted it after Kerry agreed to an alternate date and the possibility that Kerry would testify voluntarily.
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