Lara Logan said '60 Minutes' would correct its story on Sunday. Lara Logan had interviewed former security contractor Dylan Davies, who claimed he took part in fighting at the US mission in Benghazi, Libya. "We were wrong to put him on the air, and we apologize to our viewers," Logan said on "CBS: This Morning"
A main source for a '60 Minutes' report on the terrorist attack on the US diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, turns out to have told a different story to the FBI.
To coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy assassination, new JFK books abound. Some are quite good, but these three classics are hard to beat, even indispensable.
States are cracking down on child sex trafficking in the US, including prostitution, pornography, and sexual performance, by better identifying victims and attaching stiff penalties to new laws.
Time magazine cover: Time editor, by way of explanation, says Chris Christie is a 'big Republican' and did a 'really huge thing' in winning reelection. Really? Sure looks like a reference to fat, a near taboo for US politicians. But maybe not for Christie.
The Democrat in the Virginia governor's election won more narrowly than expected. But Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin, chair of the Democratic Governors Association, doesn't attribute the tightness to voter unhappiness over Obamacare.
Twitter opened strong Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange, as investor demand drove the price of a share more than 70 percent above its opening of $26. While Twitter reported losses this fall, it has invested heavily in growth.
Sure, at first glance, it looks like another gaffe, but not Joe Biden's, this time. After all, getting the phone numbers right is what staff are for. At least it's not another story about the inevitability of a former first lady in 2016.