Egypt: Is the Runoff Election On or Off?

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With a presidential runoff election scheduled for this weekend, Egypt's elected parliament was dissolved today.  The remnants of Hosni Mubarak's military regime have also declared martial law.  Will what's been hailed as a peaceful revolution be replaced by democracy—or a return to the past? Also, is Spain on the brink? On Reporter's Notebook, the President and Mitt Romney stage dueling events —simultaneously--in the swing state of Ohio.

Banner image: An Egyptian man passes by ripped posters of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Morsi (R) and his rival, former premier Ahmed Shafiq (L) in Cairo on June 13, 2012. Photo by Marwan Naamani/AFP/GettyImages