I remember from my days as a street reporter, we were often cautioned about reporting certain incidents (bomb threats for example) for fear it would touch off copy cat incidents. Often it did.
Learning of the brutalization of CBS News reporter Lara Logan on assignment in Cairo fills every decent person with a sense of horror and disgust.
Local Egyptians continued their celebrating of President Hosni Mubarak’s resignation throughout the weekend.
Sen. Scott Brown says it’s now up to the Egyptian people to determine their destiny.
Sen. John Kerry says the Egyptian people have won the chance for a new beginning, but considerable work lies ahead to assure free and fair elections in that country.
As one of our most important allies in the Middle East descends into political chaos, you once again have to wonder – do we really have a solid clue what’s going on over there?
Egyptians living in the U.S. are keeping a close eye on on developments in Cairo.
A Marion teen is home safe and sound after his stay in Egypt was cut short because of the protests in Cairo.
What does the future hold for relations with Egypt?
Roofs buckle across the Bay State. Chaos in Egypt. Steelers LB James Harrison promises a kinder, gentler Super Bowl.