Or, at least, still on a forced leave of absence. This is said to be the inside story of that BENGHAZI! Report that got her and her producer suspended, like in high school:
In the aftermath of the Benghazi report, the problems with its sourcing were glaring, the kind that should have raised red flags. Logan's interview subject happened to be selling a book on a politically conservative imprint owned by CBS News's own parent company.
After defending the report for more than a week, Logan was forced to apologize and later take an indefinite leave of absence while CBS conducted an internal inquiry. Her colleagues, including veteran CBS correspondents Steve Kroft and Bob Simon, were apoplectic about the damage to 60 Minutes' reputation. Morley Safer, the only founding member of the cast left on the 45-year-old program, went into the office of CBS News chairman and 60 Minutes executive producer Jeff Fager's office last fall and demanded that he fire Logan.