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The New York Times reports that this latest effort to censor the Internet comes after the Egyptian protests.
A veritable firehose of information is coming out of the embattled streets of Cairo, combined with analysis from observing pundits both on the ground and from afar. To help provide a digestible picture of the scene, check out these Twitter messages WTOP compiled.
As the Egyptian government has pulled the plug on social media and even the Internet in response to the protests, the United States now has a bill that would arguably give the U.S. president this power as well.
Don't get too comfortable with the price you see on that gas pump.
Is Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in good health? That question is being asked as he's again reportedly cancelled a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. They've postponed the meeting several times. Israeli media reported last week Mubarak has cancer. Mubarak reportedly went to Germany in the spring for what some describe as urgent treatment. Some sources say it the postponement many be due to political concerns.