- Egypt's Tahrir Square erupted into violence last night. What started as a Coptic Christian protest became a protest of what many feel is a stolen revolution by the country's military. Egypt's PM has promised an investigation will take place. 60 Minutes did a story last night of the revolution that was in Egypt and the potential revolution to follow.
- In Lybia, the NTC continues there push into Sirte facing heavy resistance.
- Former president of Cape Verde, Pires, won Mo Ibrahim's prize for governance. He is the first recipient of the award since 2008 as no suitable candidate has been identified.
- Over the weekend, Ben broke down Charlie Savage's piece outlining why the Justice Department thinks they can legally kill a U.S. citizen without trial.
- As Occupy Wall Street continues and attracts new participants, the movement ponders how to move from protest to policy power. Meanwhile, the GOP presidential candidates are short of detailed ideas to do something different from Obama to get the economy moving. Meanwhile, Nancy Pelosi reminds Eric Cantor that just because you don't like what they're protesting it doesn't mean the protests are dumb.
- Subpoenas are likely on the way as the House investigates the botched "Fast and Furious" ATF operation.
- NPR chronicles the first majority Hispanic town in Iowa.
- Speaking of Iowa, after closing her Old Town campaign headquarters, Michele Bachmann's campaign HQ is in Des Moines, though you editor thinks she should have moved the HQ to Waterloo for dramatic effect. Meanwhile, Bachmann refused to call Romney a Christian, as did "Flavor of the Week" Herman Cain.