Nightly News   |  November 26, 2013

CBS’s Lara Logan takes leave of absence after Benghazi report

On Tuesday CBS announced it is imposing a leave of absence on “60 Minutes” correspondent Lara Logan and her producer Max McClellan after their reporting on Benghazi was revealed to be wrong. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

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>>> cbs news announced today it's imposing a leave of absence on "60 minutes" correspondent lara logan and her producer max mcclellan after their reporting on benghazi was revealed to be wrong and based on a witness who lied. an internal cbs news report says that was knowable before the piece aired.

>>> and msnbc and alec baldwin have had what they're calling a mutual parting of the ways . "up late with alec baldwin " on msnbc has gone to bed early. it lasted only five episodes and is no more. baldwin received a raft of bad publicity after a tirade and some subsequent run-ins with paparazzi.