Nobel peace laureate and Egyptian opposition politician Mohamed ElBaradei has arrived in Cairo as anti-government protests continue to spread. Anchor Marco Werman gets an update on the anti-government protests from The World's Matthew Bell in Cairo.
Jack Shenker, a reporter for The Guardian newspaper, was beaten and arrested alongside protestors in Egypt last night. He recorded the experience as he was driven in the dark through the city of Cairo.
Protesters have taken to the streets in Yemen, inspired by the uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt. Hakim Almasmari of the Yemen Post, tells anchor Marco Werman that the country's government is corrupt and incompetent, but not on the verge of collapse.
Washington is walking a fine line when it comes to the responding to the anti-government protests in Yemen, says Bernard Haykel, a professor of Near Eastern Studies at Princeton University. Haykel speaks with anchor Marco Werman.
The hunt is on for a soldier, thought to be serving in Afghanistan, who proposed to his girlfriend. But he apparently dialed the wrong number, leaving a message. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Diane Potts, who received the message.
The BBC's Judy Swallow reports from Kolkata, India, where tea is served by street vendors in disposable clay cups. It turns out those cups are more environmentally friendly than the plastic ones you get from vendors elsewhere in India.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with photographer Teru Kuwayama. He started Basetrack, a multimedia project that's following a battalion of Marines throughout their deployment in Afghanistan. Marco also speaks with Jennifer Green, mother of one of the Marines.