An internal CBS review of how Lara Logan and her producer handled a Benghazi report raised as many questions about the behavior of '60 Minutes' leadership as about its front-line correspondents.
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.
After a heavy weekend of violence, a suicide bomber wearing a police uniform attacked NATO and Afghan forces, killing at least 14 on Monday in the southeastern town of Khost.
The Egyptian military's use of so-called virginity tests against female democracy protesters in Tahrir Square is part of a long tradition of using sexual harassment as a tool of social control.
The recent assaults on New York Times photojournalist Lynsey Addario and CBS foreign correspondent Lara Logan underscore the new dangers that female journalists face in covering conflict in a culture where the clash of liberal and traditional values is especially intense.