So shocking! The CBS News correspondent was reportedly rushed to a Washington D.C. hospital on Feb. 25. Is Lara OK? Here’s what we know.
Poor Lara Logan, 43. The journalist, best known for her work on 60 Minutes, was taken to D.C. area hospital after suffering from internal bleeding, according to a report. This scary news comes a little over three weeks after beloved 60 Minutes correspondent Bob Simon tragically died in a car accident on Feb. 11.
Lara, 42, is in hot water after using a discredited source for her reporting on the Benghazi attack, which aired on Oct. 27 — and was asked to take a leave of absence from CBS on Nov. 27.
Lara Logan is an Emmy award-winning journalist — but due to her source’s false account of the controversial U.S. mission attacks in Benghazi, Libya on Sept. 11, 2012, she agreed to take a leave of absence from her job as a foreign and war correspondent for CBS News and 60 Minutes.
Lara speaks out for the first time about the brutal attack that almost took her life! She says thoughts of her two children kept her alive!
Lara Logan, the CBS News chief foreign correspondent and 60 Minutes reporter who was brutally attacked and sexually assaulted by an angry mob as she was covering Egypt’s revolution on Feb. 11, has finally decided to talk about the horrible event that almost took her life.