State Sec. Hillary Clinton canceled her scheduled congressional testimony on the Benghazi incident this week after suffering a head injury over the weekend.

The New York Times sends its regards but in an editorial today, says Clinton needs to open up to inquiry:

An independent inquiry into the attacks in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans, including Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, has finally provided some real facts and expert assessments about that tragic night. …

Mrs. Clinton accepted all of the panel’s 29 recommendations and has already begun to make changes. The trick will be enhancing security for diplomats while not confining them so much that they cannot do their jobs. Two of her top lieutenants are scheduled to testify on the report to Congress on Thursday because she has been ill. But, as the secretary, she should also make herself available for public questioning as soon as possible.

It was reported yesterday that Clinton has agreed to testify before the House Foreign Affairs Committee in January.