This program is about 1 hour long
(Cairo: Ian Lee) The gunfire from the boundary of the square by the army as pro-Mubarak forces tested the line reviewed.
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper) Sporadic acts of violence today and how journalists were able to get there to report noted.
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper) A wrapup of the day's events on this "day of departure" presented; scenes and photos shown of the crowds chanting "no Mubarak," dancing, tanks keeping the two groups separate. [CNN reporters Ben WEDEMAN, Ivan WATSON - comment on democracy, the media, pitched battles.] [President OBAMA - says an orderly transition is needed.]
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper, Ivan Watson) This remarkable and peaceful gathering in what had been a war zone, what the anti-Mubarak protesters are doing, how it will be hard to prevent more clashes, some incidents on the treatment of the press discussed; inset video shown.
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper, Ben Wedeman, Hala Gorani) The role of the army in containing the demonstrations today and keeping peace and the presence of civilian checkpoints discussed.
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper) What President Obama said today about Egypt. [OBAMA - says we will work for the future opportunity for Egypt's society in a time of transformation.]
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Johns Hopkins University Fouad Ajami and CNN's John King about today's events. [AJAMI - says we witnessed a great classic standoff between President Hosni Mubarak and this movement and each party is taking the measure of the other; states this is a testing the courage of the protesters.] [KING - says the administration believes we are a critical moment of choice; indicates the administration is more optimistic today.]
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper, Ben Wedeman) How they are waiting out the demonstrators in the square until people get back to work and how the government got bad press yesterday discussed.
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper) The YouTube video of a U.N. diplomatic car going through the square in Cairo on last Friday shown and the explanation it was a stolen car outlined.
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jill Dougherty) The administration concern about the video of the vehicle, the status of the evacuation of Americans out of the country and how many Americans have asked for help to leave discussed.
(Studio: Joe Johns) The decision by astronaut Mark Kelly to command the space shuttle flight in April while his wife, Representative Gabrielle Giffords, undergoes rehab; the jobs report and unemployment rate and the ice and snow at Cowboys Stadium just before the Super Bowl reported.
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper, Christiane Amanpour) The ABC News interview with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and vice president Omar Suleiman, how Suleiman may be a transitional figure, how Mubarak appeared and what he is likely to do, how the US is concerned about a political vacuum with no opposition party discussed; inset photos from Cairo shown.
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper, Ivan Watson, Ben Wedeman, Hala Gorani) What to look for in the next few days as reality closes in as people need to go back to work and to school and the regional ripple effect discussed; inset photos shown.