People throughout the Middle East are glued to their TV screens, watching the events in Egypt unfold live. Ben Gilbert reports from Lebanon, where televisions in bars and shops are constantly broadcasting the news from Egypt.
Egypt's Scientific Institute was burned and thousands of rare books were destroyed during the December clashes between pro-democracy protesters and security forces. Reporter Noel King has more from Cairo on efforts to salvage the books.
Relations between the US and Egypt seem to be in crisis. But the confrontation may be being driven by one Egyptian politician trying to carve out her own political space. Anchor Marco Werman gets that angle from David Kirkpatrick of the New York Times.