Muslim Brotherhood Wins Egypt Election; Military Consolidates Power

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After this weekend's presidential runoff election, the military and the Muslim Brotherhood are still struggling in Egypt. Is dictatorship being restored or is Egypt groping toward a fragile balance of political power? Also, Greek elections and their impact on the Euro. Later, we remember Rodney King, the face of the LA Riots, who died yesterday in Los Angeles. On our Red State-Blue State feature, Romney copes with Obama's modified Dream Act.

Banner image: Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Morsi (C) waves amongst his supporters after the announcement of presidential election results at the electoral headquarters in Cairo on June 18, 2012. Photo by Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images