CBS Chief Foreign Affairs correspondent Lara Logan was brutally attacked and sexually assaulted in Egypt on Friday, and now it's being reported that the tough-as-nails journalist is recuperating at home with her family in the United States.

Just days before she was beaten by a mob in Tahrir Square, Logan chatted with Charlie Rose about returning to the middle east, noting that it was “in [her] blood to be covering this story.” Prior to that interview, Logan and her news crew were arrested and detained by the Egyptian military, but she returned to the country less than a week later to interview Wael Ghonim, a Google executive who helped organize the uprising that led to president Mubarak's resignation.

CBS released a statement on the incident yesterday, but has declined to comment on Logan's current status and when she might return to work.