CBS News correspondent Lara Logan is recovering in a U.S. hospital after being sexually assaulted Friday in Tahrir Square.
Unfortunately, Logan's experience isn't unique; according to a 2008 survey by the Egyptian Center for Women's Rights, 83% of Cairo women and 98% of foreign women in Cairo said they had been harassed. Mona Eltahawy is an Egyptian columnist and, since Logan's attack, has turned her Twitter account into a forum for discussion about women's rights in the Arab world and about the attack on Logan. Eltahawy speaks to American Morning's Kiran Chetry.
Teachers in Wisconsin called in sick today, protesting Governor Scott Walker's plan to try to take away collective bargaining rights from the teachers' union.
Secretary of Education Arne Duncan responds to the protests in Wisconsin and says teachers are "doing probably the most important work in society". Education Secretary Arne Duncan talks to American Morning's T.J. Holmes.
Victoria Beckham is in New York showcasing the fall 2011 collection of her eponymous fashion-line at Fashion Week.
The former singer and wife of soccer star David Beckham opens up to American Morning's Alina Cho about her career, her family and her singing past.
For more information on Victoria Beckham's fashion designs, visit VictoriaBeckham.com.
The GOP is firing back at President Obama after the release of his 2012 budget proposal Monday.
One critic of the president's budget is Rep. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) who says Obama's budget isn't serious when it comes to spending cuts. Flake also addresses the increasingly popular "Birther" movement. Hear what Rep. Jeff Flake tells American Morning's Kiran Chetry.