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Dads Should Never Comment on Spring Break
Billy Ray Cyrus interprets Patrick Schwarzenegger’s spring-breaking.
U.S. to Give Syrian Citizens $100 Million in Aid
Sidestepping the “thin red line.”
Pro-Western Candidate Leading in Libyan Election
Former Pittsburgh political science professor Mahmoud Jibril is ahead.
State Prosecutor Appealing Hosni Mubarak Verdict
Meanwhile, Tahir Square has filled with protesters.
Hosni Mubarak Gets Life in Prison
The first leader ousted by Arab Spring receives a harsh sentence.
Yemen’s Main Airport Shut Down by Troops Loyal to Ousted President
A group of air force officers and civilians have grounded all flights.
Saudi Women Are Finally Allowed to Sell Bras to One Another
Believe it or not, this is quite a breakthrough.
Benetton’s New Unhate Memorial Doesn’t Feature Any Controversial Kissing
Instead, it’s a sculpture of a dove.
Thousands of Egyptian Women March Against Protest Beatings
Tahrir Square was filled for a fifth straight day.
’s Person of the Year Is ‘The Protester’
The magazine’s annual award goes to no one in particular.
Nude Egyptian Blogger Becomes Hot Button Election Issue
Not even the other activists want to be associated with this young woman.
Tunisia’s First Free Election Was Well Attended
About 70 percent of voters showed up.
Yemen’s President Says He’ll Step Down Any Day Now
But do we believe him?
26 Dead So Far in Clashes in Yemeni Capital [Updated]
More than 100,000 protest near government buildings.
Interpol Puts Qaddafi on Most Wanted List
The Libyan leader says he’s still in the country and vows to keep fighting.
Revolution-Chaser Sent Packing
Libyan rebels got “fed up” with their college student companion.
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American College Student Just Hanging With Libyan Rebels
Chris Jeon, 21, just “thought it would be cool” to see a revolution.
Qaddafi Could Be Cornered, Hopes to Collaborate With Rebels
Rebels “laughed out loud” at the thought.
Libyan Rebels Giving Qaddafi Until the Count of Five...
Loyalist forces have until Saturday to surrender. Or else.
Pro-Assad Syrians Picked the Wrong Columbia University Facebook Page to Swarm
The online protest was a bit misguided.
Libya and the United States Had a Talk Over the Weekend
officials claim the talks are “not the start of negotiations.”
Hosni Mubarak Has Awoken From His Coma
He only missed a few hours.
Egypt Fires Nearly 600 Police Officers
Protesters are still having an impact.
Hillary Clinton Has ‘Absolutely Nothing Invested’ in Syrian President Assad [Update]
[He] is not indispensable.”
From Saudi Arabia, Yemeni President Appears on TV
He did not say when or if he would return.
Qaddafi Allegedly Remains in Libya As Rebels Advance Toward Tripoli
A government rep claims Qaddafi is “in high spirits.”
Yemen’s President Is Going to Come Home
He hasn’t been heard from since flying to Saudi Arabia to treat his wounds.
Syrians Flee to Turkey As Government Forces Retake Rebel City
The Syrian government appears to have abandoned all pretense of trying to offer change.”
Yemen’s President More Severely Injured Than Thought
He has burns on more than 40 percent of his body.
Not Everyone in Yemen Exactly Sad to See the President Go
Protesters are celebrating in the streets.
Yemen President’s Irrational Behavior Gets Even Weirder
An irrational dictator gets even weirder.
The Netanyahu–Obama Relationship Is Not Going to Get Less Awkward Any Time Soon
But they might pretend it will.
Obama’s ‘Major’ Speech on Arab World Hurt by Lofty Expectations
Reactions from a generally unimpressed punditry.