CBS 60 Minutes Lara Logan A Year After Tahrir Square Sexual Assault | Monica Lewinsky for HBO Clinton Biopic
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The life of ‘60 minutes’ correspondent Lara Logan changed dramatically last February in Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt. The New York Times T Magazine interviewed Logan in a fashion editorial and quality of life update a year after her chilling sexual assault in Egypt.
Logan will return to Afghanistan this summer, her first trip to the region since her assault.
In the past year Logan’s assignments have taken her to the backstage of an Aerosmith concert, a Michael Bublé show, a game reserve in Texas, a polo field. She is the co-host, with Charlie Rose, of “Person to Person,” a reworking of Edward R. Murrow’s classic show of the 1950s, in which the interviews are conducted via a feed from a studio in New York.
Former President Bill Clinton’s intern friend Monica Lewinsky has lived in New York for a little over a year. she runs her own company, The Real Monica Inc., which manufactures purses and totes “Made Especially for You, by Monica.” No longer an outcast, Lewinsky attends Vanity Fair’s A-list Oscar party and is a TV correspondent, reporting on US trends for Britain’s Channel 5.
Simply stated, she’s enjoying life, signing on to appear in an HBO documentary that will detail her role in the Clinton scandar.
Now that she’s no longer bound by her immunity agreement with the independent counsel, Monica says, she will finally set the record straight about such issues as who really wrote those talking points and other details of the year leading to the impeachment of the president — a series of events she refers to with a sigh as “that whole thing.”
Read New York Magazine’s in-depth Monica Takes Manhattan.
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