What Does It Take to Get a War Correspondent Back on the Front Page?

As we noted recently, reporters and correspondents in Baghdad have had an increasingly difficult time in recent months getting their reports on air and their stories on the front pages of newspapers.

But this morning, seasoned war reporter Lara Logan of CBS News popped up on the front page of the New York Post—albeit for a bunch of allegations about her life in Baghdad that have nothing to do with her enterprising reporting on the region.

The allegations against her couldn’t have come at a worse time for Ms. Logan. Yesterday, CBS News announced that Ms. Logan, considered a rising star within the network, will be assuming a new role for CBS, serving as "chief foreign affairs correspondent" out of Washington, D.C. What Does It Take to Get a War Correspondent Back on the Front Page?