Benghazi, Clinton, Benghazi, Clinton, Benghazi, Clinton consumes cable TV

Members of the media wait for the arrival of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton to testifying before the House Benghazi Committee. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)Rarely has so much media energy been expended on an idling SUV. But there it was, LIVE, on CNN and MSNBC simultaneously Thursday morning: a car waiting outside the Washington home of Hillary Clinton in … Read More

CBS memos suggest Logan had bias, but don't say why no one addressed it

The CBS memos from Jeff Fager, chairman of CBS News, and Al Ortiz, executive director of standards and practices, suggest that correspondent Lara Logan had a preconceived bias that prevented her from fully vetting her source before airing his story about the attack on the Benghazi embassy compound that killed U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans. But … Read More

How the '60 Minutes' Benghazi debacle is similar, different than Rathergate

A lying source, a failure to properly vet him, and critical information that turned out to be unsupportable. That appears to be the core of the "60 Minutes" Benghazi debacle that led to an on-air apology from correspondent Lara Logan and will be followed by another one on tonight's broadcast. It's also a summary of events that could … Read More