Mubarak Resigns: The Egyptian People Have Spoken

On Friday, February 11, against all odds and most predictions, the unthinkable happened: after more than two weeks of peaceful protests, the Egyptian people forced the resignation of Hosni Mubarak, the country's president for over 30 years (though as one tweep, @imPalestine, put it, “He did not step down, he was stepped upon”). ...more

I found the peaceful power of the Egyptians inspiring, and the humor that has found its way in ...more

Egypt: Tweets From the Ground as Unrest Escalates, U.S. Shifts Policy

Egyptians demanding the dismantling of the regime of President Hosni Mubarak continued their tireless efforts throughout Egypt today, capping an entire week of protests. Demonstrations, which have up till now been remarkably peaceful, turned ugly yesterday when protesters and journalists were attacked. I've been keeping up to date with the latest developments on the ground via Twitter -- and it was announced tonight that the U.S. is working on a scenario for Mubarak's immediate departure....more