From Instapundit, two links:
CSMonitor summarizes Fox and some other news reports with links.
And this one, about the SEALS who ran to help (against orders?), and are the unsung heroes of the saga.
Not knowing exactly what was taking place, the two SEALs set up a defensive perimeter. Unfortunately Ambassador Stevens was already gravely injured, and Foreign Service officer, Sean Smith, was dead. However, due to their quick action and suppressive fire, twenty administrative personnel in the embassy were able to escape to safety. Eventually, these two courageous men were overwhelmed by the sheer numbers brought against them, an enemy force numbering between 100 to 200 attackers which came in two waves. But the stunning part of the story is that Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty killed 60 of the attacking force. Once the compound was overrun, the attackers were incensed to discover that just two men had inflicted so much death and destruction.
InFromTheColdBlog describes the problem of logistics, which maybe would have been the reason for lack of response, but his post is a few days old, and now new stuff is available, so I am keeping watch to see what he reports.
As a doctor, I know how "monday morning quarterbacking" can be harmful and misleading, but I also have worked with the bureaucrats long enough to know how following the rules sometimes get in the way of what needs to be done.