(Associated Press: 0900 PST, February 11, 2011) An Associated Press correspondent and an Egyptian protester in Cairo give their accounts of the scene on the streets as political change comes, with the departure of President Hosni Mubarak.
(Associated Press: 1325 PST, February 10, 2011) Crowds of Egyptians erupted in chants after President Hosni Mubarak said he is transferring power to his vice president, Omar Suleiman, but will not leave the country.
(Associated Press: 0830PST, February 10, 2011) Egypt's military announced that it has stepped in to "safeguard the country" and assured protesters that President Hosni Mubarak will meet their demands in the strongest indication yet that Egypt's longtime leader has lost power.
Obama: We Are "Witnessing History" in Egypt
(Associated Press: 1100PST, February 10, 2011) Speaking in Marquette, Michigan, President Barack Obama said America will continue to support orderly and genuine transition to democracy in Egypt.
(Associated Press: 0900 PST, February 9, 2011) Egypt's anti-government activists called on supporters Wednesday to expand their demonstrations in defiance of the vice president's warning that protests calling for President Hosni Mubarak's ouster would not be tolerated for much longer
(Al Jazeera English: 0100 PST, February 7, 2011) Pro-democracy protesters in Cairo appear unmoved after talks between the Egyptian government and opposition groups. People are still gathering in Tahrir Square but the space they are allowed to occupy is getting smaller as authorities are trying to get life back to normal in the capital. Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports.