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December 23rd, 2013
09:19 PM ET

What is the biggest lie of 2013?

'60 Minutes' Benghazi report

CBS 60 Minutes"When we discovered the account he gave the FBI was different from what he told us. We realized we have been misled," Lara Logan said.

'We were wrong': CBS's Lara Logan apologizes for Benghazi reportc

"Lara Logan said it better than I could. That's why it was the biggest lie of the year," Brian Stelter said.

"If you like your health care plan, you can keep it"

ObamaMediaite's Joe Concha tells CNN's Don Lemon that it's not just him - but Politifact and the Washington Post believes the biggest lie of 2013 was President Obama frequently remark - "if your like your health care plan, you can keep it."

Fact Check: If you liked your health plan, you can keep your health plan

NSA Chief denies U.S. surveillance on Americans

ClapperSenator Ron Wyden: Does the NSA collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of Americans

Rand Paul: Intelligence director should resign

James Clapper: No sir.

"We're talking about a massive NSA surveillance program." CNN contributor Dean Obedillah continued to say, "all of our emails are being read."

Lance Armstrong doping scandal

ArmstrongOPRAH WINFREY: In all seven of your Tour de France victories did you ever take banned substances or blood dope?

LANCE ARMSTRONG: Yes

Lance Armstrong says his doping still 'polarizing topic' for many

"The guy lied for 15 years. He sued people until they went bankrupt," Mel Robbins said.


Filed under: 2013 • News
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  1. Bill

    How refreshing it has been to see a new face in the Erin B. slot! I am back watching after having left because of her really trivial, condescending and quite honestly, boring "news" hour. Well, maybe it was not meant to be a news hour and meant to be a talk show, but for those of us looking for a news hour it never came close, so i went elsewhere. I hope you keep this reporter and this format for the future because there are a significant number of people like myself who are actually interested in getting the news and are completely sick of the cable talk shows.

    December 24, 2013 at 12:20 pm | Reply

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