Last month the Egyptian government declared the Muslim Brotherhood a "terrorist organization." But despite the arrest of many of its leaders, the organization has pledged to continue its protests. Many are concerned about the potential for violence. We'll find out what's at stake.
Barbara Ibrahim discusses how Egypt's political crisis has affected daily life. Filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer takes us inside 'The Act of Killing.' Global citizen Nari Safavi highlights weekend activities with international flair.
We discuss Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham's agenda in Egypt. The U.S. and U.K. perceive Yemen as a possible terror threat. Radio Islam's founder Imam Malik Mujahid explains why he thinks the end of Ramadan has no link to potential terrorist acts.
Cherif Bassiouni weighs in on conflict in Egypt. Former Iraq veterans are gathering in Chicago this week to discuss the future of U.S. militarism. The Pakistani legislature has elected a new president. Renata Sago fills us in on new investment happening in Haiti.
The Obama administration announced initial peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians will begin today. We discuss the role the government has in determining the future of intelligence programs like PRISM. Protesters in Bulgaria demand an end to corruption within their government.