By Brian Stelter, CNN
Exactly a month ago, there were a flurry of questions about whether Lara Logan would ever return to the acclaimed CBS newsmagazine "60 Minutes." On Wednesday, CBS answered matter-of-factly: yes.
"Lara Logan has returned to work," a CBS News spokeswoman said in response to reporter inquiries.
Logan had been on leave since last November, when her "60 Minutes" report about the 2012 consulate attack in Benghazi, Libya was widely discredited and essentially retracted. So had her producer Max McClellan. CBS did not comment on McClellan's status on Wednesday, but he is expected to return to the newsmagazine, too.
"60 Minutes" is on a summer hiatus, but Logan is expected to appear on other CBS newscasts in the meantime.