Joshua Landis, director of the Center for Middle East Studies at the University of Oklahoma talks to anchor Lisa Mullins about the impact Bin Laden's death may have on what some are calling the "Arab Spring."
Since Hosni Mubarak's government fell last year, many of Egypt's museums have been looted. And the looting has gone beyond museums, now criminals are digging up archaeological sites and stealing their treasures.
The World's Matthew Bell reports on the mood in Cairo as Egyptians prepare to vote in a presidential run-off election. The vote's being held just days after Egypt's high court threw the country into turmoil by ruling that parliament be dissolved.
Revolutions, it is said, need the support of the middle class to be successful; a year after Tahrir Square, a bank employee still holds out hope that the promise of the anti-Mubarak revolution will usher in a more democratic, tolerant society.
The military takeover and unrest in Egypt is being followed especially closely by next door neighbor, Israel. Anchor Marco Werman finds out how Israel has reacted to the ongoing crisis from reporter Daniel Estrin in Tel Aviv.