But she also interviewed famous figures and explorers such as Bob Ballard, discoverer of the Titanic.
She was the only journalist from an American network in Baghdad when the U. military invaded the city, reporting live from Firdos Square as the statue of Saddam fell.
Logan was named CBS News chief foreign correspondent in February 2006 and chief foreign affairs correspondent in 2008, all while contributing to 60 Minutes beginning in 2005.
Recent reports for 60 Minutes include a story on of WWII and another that reported on the similarities between ISIS genocide tactics’ and those of Hitler’s Final Solution.
Lindsey Graham (R-SC) -- who's been professionally committed to pushing the tale of a White House cover-up surrounding the September 11, 2012 terror attacks -- suggests Logan viewed both Benghazi and her spin control mission through a political prism.
Indeed, Logan even met several times with Graham while preparing the initial Benghazi story, according to a new report in New York magazine.