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CBS News Conducting ‘Journalistic Review’ Into ’60 Minutes’ Benghazi Story

LoganApologyCBS News is conducting an “ongoing journalistic review” into that “60 Minutes” report on the attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi last year. Correspondent Lara Logan has apologized, twice, on air for being “misled” by former security contractor Dylan Davies.

The AP’s David Bauder reports:

The network would not say Wednesday who is conducting its review, whether anyone outside the network was involved, or whether the results would be made public. CBS has given no indication that Logan or anyone else involved in reporting or vetting the story will face disciplinary action.

“It’s far from over,” a source tells TVNewser. Bauder asks several questions that are “ripe for discussion.”

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Lara Logan: ‘The Truth is, We Made a Mistake’

LoganApologyCBS News correspondent Lara Logan ended tonight’s “60 Minutes” with an apology for her report three weeks ago on the attacks on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi. As we’ve been reporting, Logan’s primary source for her report was a former U.S. contractor named Dylan Davies, who wrote a book about that night. But the account in his book — the basis of Logan’s story — differs from an FBI incident report.

“It was a mistake to include him in our report,” Logan said. “And for that we are very sorry.” Logan ended the broadcast with this: ”The most important thing to every person at ’60 minutes’ is the truth, and the truth is, we made a mistake.”

Last Sunday, even as criticism about the report mounted, “60 Minutes” was still taking pride in the report. Scott Pelley read these comments from viewers: “It’s about time! Your network has been a bit tepid in your reporting of the Libya terror attacks, but tonight’s report was amazing.” And: “Why no comments from former Secretary of State Clinton? Sounds like you have more work to do to get to the truth.”

Late Friday, CBS-owned Simon & Schuster pulled Davies’ book from publication.