The elections in Egypt have exposed deep rifts between the ruling Military Council and various opposition groups. Anchor Lisa Mullins discusses what's at stake with Steven Cook, of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with The World's Matthew Bell in Jerusalem about reaction there to news that Egypt is permanently opening its Rafah border crossing. The Rafah border is the only way in and out of Gaza that does not pass through Israel.
Several US citizens have been banned from leaving Egypt - including Sam LaHood, son of US Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood. Lisa Mullins gets more on the story from New York Times reporter David Kirkpatrick.
Egypt will hold presidential elections in late May. But one popular candidate who's a critic of the US, probably won't be on the ballot. Hazem Salah Abu Ismail has been disqualified because his mother held a US passport. Ursula Lindsey reports from Cairo.
Egypt's ruling military council has vowed to hand over power to an elected president by the end of June. The promise comes as votes are counted after Sunday's presidential run-off election, with both candidates claiming they are ahead in early results.
Egyptian soldiers surrounded the presidential palace in Cairo after ordering all protesters to leave. It's the latest in tensions between leader Mohammed Morsi and his opponents. Marco Werman speaks with Middle East correspondent Borzou Daragahi.
Hossam Badrawi is a former member of the upper chamber in Egypt's parliament and was briefly a member of former President Mubarak's government in its final days. Professor Badrawi gives his perspective on the ruling Muslim Brotherhood.