Many young Egyptians were eager to help their country transition to democracy. Two years later, they are realizing how difficult that transition can be.
The Geo Quiz takes us to a monastery this time. Monks have lived for at least 17 centuries at Saint Catherine's monastery – where monks have lived for at least 17 centuries.
Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi's order to reconvene parliament has been rejected by the highest court, which says its ruling that led to the assembly's dissolution is binding. The decision sets up a potential showdown with the military.
One of Egypt's richest men is to face trial for blasphemy after tweeting cartoons of Mickey and Minnie Mouse wearing conservative Muslim attire.
Egypt's Scientific Institute was burned and thousands of rare books were destroyed during the December clashes between pro-democracy protesters and security forces. Reporter Noel King has more from Cairo on efforts to salvage the books.
Joining us to talk about the batch of 5,400 documents is New York Times reporter Eric Lichtblau, as well as Kerry Seaton-Stewart, owner of the famous Willie Mae's Scotch House restaurant, in New Orleans.