Religious and secular Egypt are two different worlds, each with its own media providing a different narrative of what's happened and what's to come. What are the prospects for violence or stability? Also, President Obama's FBI nominee faces questions on waterboarding and NSA surveillance. On Today's Talking Point, a summer camp for grown-ups that's digital free.
Banner image: Clerics supporting deposed Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi attend a rally at the Raba El-Adwyia square where Morsi's supporters are camping in Cairo July 8, 2013. Photo: Khaled Abdullah/Reuters