Mubarak Resigns News
With Mubarak Gone, Egyptian Army Moves to End Cairo Protests
Uncertainty Mounts as Military Takes Control, Discontent Spreads to Other Countries
'This Week' Transcript: Revolution in Egypt
Interviews with Newt Gingrich, Amb. Sameh Shoukry, Ehud Barak and Tim Pawlenty
Concerns Arise Over U.S. Relations with New Egypt
Questions Have Arisen About Egypt's Uncertain Future and the Political Stability of the Middle East.
Revolution in the Streets
This guy here in Cairo is just beginning to grow a new day is dawning few days ever do anywhere. Seems like nobody slept in this capital city last night of the matter at all night horns blaring thing and literally dancing in the streets here. Overflowing with joy at the departure of a man who held
Hosni Mubarak : Stepping Down 'Best Thing to Do'
Christiane Amanpour examines the surprising announcement from Egypt's president.
Crisis in Cairo: President Mubarak Steps Down
Breaking news out of ejected. Hosni Mubarak has decided to step down. That the army is right now assigned to take over you is seeing a live picture. Of tar square in Cairo and you can see the crowds there electorate going wild. Egyptian national flags waving in the air there are hundreds of
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak Steps Down
Omar Suleiman announces the country's armed forces will take over leadership.
Crisis in Egypt: Has Hosni Mubarak Left Cairo ?
Crowds in the biggest ones yet. In Cairo across Cairo this morning not only liberation square also the state television station. At the Presidential Palace Christiane Amanpour is back here again the crowds at the Presidential Palace. But we're getting signs this morning the president is not. We
The Note: Worlds Collide: Egypt, CPAC And The White House
There were words we heard over and over again yesterday on the opening day of one of the country’s largest conservative gatherings in Washington, DC like “repealing Obamacare” and then there was one word we hardly heard at all: Egypt.
Obama Hails Mubarak's Resignation: 'Egypt Will Never Be the Same'
Military Takes Over Country's Leadership, Crowds Celebrate Late into the Night