But that's not the juiciest news of the week surrounding Logan, who made headlines last week after appearing on the "Daily Show" and slamming American coverage of the Iraq war. State Department contractor who was in Baghdad alongside Logan, which is reportedly where the affair began.
According to a report, Logan is at the center of a bitter divorce between Joe and Kimberly Burkett. From the National Enquirer: The ENQUIRER has learned exclusively that CBS Evening News and 60 Minutes foreign correspondent, Lara Logan, has been named as the "other woman" in a Texas couple Joe and Kimberly Burkett's bitter divorce.
She did report on Afghanistan and Iraq and other similar war zones. Lara also revealed that she had been sexually assaulted while in Egypt.
Laraâ€™s deep and varied experience around the world over the past 17 years positions her remarkably well for covering this expanded beat, which she will handle with the same fervor and dedication that our viewers have come to expect." Logan has been CBS News Chief Foreign Correspondent since February 2006; she became a correspondent for 60 MINUTES the same year.
Logan joined the Network in 2002 as a correspondent and a contributor to "60 Minutes II" (2002-04).
"Lara is among the most talented and respected journalists in our industry," said Mc Manus.
"She is extraordinarily determined and courageous, but never fails to see and report the human side of conflict, including some of the most horrific stories of our time.
C., it was announced by Sean Mc Manus, President, CBS News and Sports. Logan will expand her international reporting responsibilities to include foreign affairs and international security issues, as well as U. policy as it is made across government departments and agencies.