Having made a huge mistake, Lara Logan of "60 Minutes" has done the best thing possible.
Logan went on Friday's edition of "CBS This Morning" and apologized profusely for a completely compromised report about Benghazi that aired on Oct. 27. CBS plans to air another apology and retraction in Sunday's edition of "60 Minutes" (6 p.m. Ch. 2).
Is it enough?
Unfortunately, no. And not just because the apology should have come several days earlier, after it became obvious the "60 Minutes" story was so seriously flawed it wasn't a story at all.
The Oct. 27 report leaned almost entirely on the "eyewitness account" by security contractor Dylan Davies, who said he witnessed the Sept. 11, 2012, attack that left four Americans dead, including U.S. Ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens. Davies, using the pseudonym Morgan Jones, talked about scaling the wall of the U.S compound, battling attackers and seeing Stevens' body in a Benghazi hospital.<