Anti-government protests have led to the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, leaving the country's future in question.
The United States has welcomed the change in leadership for the Arab nation, but it's still unclear how this move will affect U.S.-Egpyt relations, as well as the war on terror.
Questions remain about when a new government may be formed, what factions may be invited to participate and what it might mean for Egypt's future and the future of the Middle East.
CBN News is monitoring the situation in Egypt closely, providing exclusive reports on how the fall of Mubarak's leadership could impact Israel, the entire Middle East, and the United States.
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- Christian Leader Wants Legal Rights for All Egyptians
- Egypt's Military Calls for Return to Normalcy
- Mubarak Resigns, Hands Power to Military
- Mubarak's Failure to Resign, Leaves WH with Quandary
- Mubarak Stops Short of Resigning, Gives VP Power
- Muslim Brotherhood Calls for Mubarak to Step Down
- Rep. Cantor: 'Stop Radical Islam in Egypt'
- Will Radical Islam Come to Power in Egypt?
- Egyptian Opposition Defiant after VP's Warning
- Egypt Sets Up Reform Panels as Rallies Continue
- Hamas Threatens to Boycott July 9 Elections
- Radical Islamic Group Included in Egyptian Talks
- Clinton Welcomes Muslim Brotherhood Participation
- Egypt's Christians, Muslims Unite in Prayer
- Leadership of Egypt's Ruling Party Resigns
- Egypt's Protests Continue, WH Works to Get Journalists Out
- Egypt's Christians Concerned About Aftermath
- Protest Leaders Meet with Egypt PM
- Egyptian Christians Concerned About Protest Aftermath
- Egyptians Hold 'Day of Departure' Rally
- Violence Escalates in Egyptian Protests
- Egypt's Protests Scaring Other Nations?
- WH Condemns Situation in Egypt, Urges Change
- Mubarak Foes, Supporters Clash in Cairo
- Muslim Brotherhood: A Global Terrorist Influence
- Egypt Braces for 'March of Millions'
- Jordan's King Fires Cabinet Amid Protests
- U.S., Europe Urged to Ease Rhetoric With Egypt
- Amid Violence, Americans Attempt to Evacuate Egypt
- Cairo Airport Scene of Chaos as Foreigners Flee
- Looting Jeopardizes Egyptian Historical Artifacts
- Egypt Pres. Mubarak Blames Islamists for Chaos
- U.S. to Egypt: Don't `Stand Pat' Need `Real Reform'
- Egypt Shuts Down al-Jazeera
- Mubarak Names VP, Death Toll Rises in Egypt
- Egypt's Mubarak Asks Government to Resign
- Anti-Government Riots Spread across the Mideast
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