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.
On Tuesday, an Egyptian court upheld a conviction against Adel Imam, a popular comedian and actor there. Imam has been sentenced to jail and fined -- convicted of offending Islam in his films. Marco Werman talks to Reporter Ursula Lindsay in Cairo.
Egypt's ruling military council has made a declaration giving itself sweeping new legislative powers. Marco Werman talks with the Council on Foreign Relations' Steven Cook to find out where these developments leave Egypt's revolution.
In the Egyptian coastal city of Alexandria, the beaches are largely empty, because Muslims are observing the first day of Ramadan. But there is one group that's enjoying the sun and waves -- Egyptian Christians.
In a country where a large part of the population struggles to make ends meet, a working class woman has skyrocketed to fame in post-revolutionary Egypt with a new kind of cooking show. Tara Todras-Whitehill reports from Cairo.