This week, America’s long-running and virtually unchanged gameshow Jeopardy! is featuring “Power Players,” which on Monday and Tuesday meant famous people in the arenas of news, politics, and books.
Apparently you really can't talk about Lara Logan without mentioning about how hot she is. A new, over 6,000 word piece by Joe Hagan for New York magazine about whether or not Logan will return to 60 Minutes devotes over 1,000 words to her looks and (bonus!) her sex life.
In the aftermath of Lara Logan's egregious reporting on Benghazi, she and her producer have reportedly been asked to take a leave of absence from 60 Minutes. She will also not be hosting Tuesday night's press freedom awards dinner hosted by the Committee to Protect Journalists as originally planned.
Things are going well over at the Washington Post. So well, that they've decided it's important for them to point out where things are not going well: in the life of "globetrotting" and "striking" CBS journalist Lara Logan, currently in trouble for a piece report about Benghazi now deemed inaccurate.
Ladies and gentleman, grab your tissues because this is one emotional roller coaster of an animal rescue story. Okay, here we go... While stationed in Afghanistan, some marines were on patrol when a man walked up and handed them a box with a tiny puppy inside. He was only about 10 days old and clinging to life. The…
In a strikingly candid interview on 60 Minutes, Lara Logan described in detail the sexual assault she suffered in Egypt, and directly addressed those who say women shouldn't report from war zones.
Journalist Lara Logan has begun giving interviews offering details of her sexual assault in Egypt's Tahrir Square — and yes, she does call it rape.
As Egypt celebrated Hosni Mubarak's departure Friday , a journalist became a target: CBS reporter Lara Logan was brutally beaten and sexually assaulted.
Private Monica Brown is the second woman to be awarded the Silver Star since World War II — and she was just 18 years old (and had only 4 months of medical training) when she risked her own life to save two injured colleagues in Afghanistan after they were ambushed. Are those colleagues grateful? Not really. In fact,…
Lara Logan is a CBS News correspondent in Iraq who just got a big promotion after telling Jon Stewart last that the "soldiers feel forgotten." The promotion means she will come back to DC, which won't necessarily help the soldiers' predicament much, but…well, I'd say at least she probably won't die, but she said…
Conventional wisdom holds that women's magazines aren't as good as men's magazines. That would be correct. So we hired a manly-man type men's magazine contributor to "coach" our favorite ladymag writers. You are so welcome in advance!