Lara Logan

"There has been and is an existing ET presence. I spent more than anybody else in the U.S. has ever spent on this subject."
By raising so few doubts about the absurdity of creating yet another Benghazi inquisition last year, the press helped fuel the charade that unfolded last week. It's time to own up to the unpleasant truth.
“'60 Minutes' is proud of its coverage of Africa and has received considerable recognition for it," a spokesman for the program
"We were sorry to learn that Lara was readmitted to the hospital. We wish her a speedy recovery," spokesman Kevin Tedesco
A close friend told Breitbart News she checked in to a Washington, D.C. hospital for at least the fourth time this year.
The Williams' flurry is just the tip of a much greater scandal: the charade of the glamorous, all-seeing Super Anchor who ranges the planet in search of scandal, outrage and spectacle. It's a colossal fake, a travesty--put over on an audience that desperately wants to believe in the sham. But, hey folks--the Emperor has no clothes.
Logan spoke with her colleague Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson via FaceTime on "60 Minutes Overtime" to shed light on the importance
Lara Logan On Self-Quarantine
Lara Logan made her first appearance on CBS News on Sunday since her return to the network after a lengthy suspension. CBS
Lara Logan's suspension from "60 Minutes" appears to be over. The Hollywood Reporter wrote on Wednesday that Logan, who has been on a leave of absence from the program since late November, when her controversial reporting on the Benghazi attacks fell apart—is back at work. Other outlets also confirmed the news.