Which Country Will Define Arab Spring?

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An Egyptian Coptic Christian raises a cross while others shout slogans during a demonstration outside the Cairo High Court on May 8, 2011.
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Some call Egypt and Tunisia the shining model for the Arab Spring’s revolutions, but will Syria, Yemen and Libya follow suit? Also: reports from the final day of the 900-mile march against drug violence in Mexico; Connecticut considers a law requiring businesses with 50 or more employees to give their workers one hour of sick leave for every 40 hours worked; how superhighways have redefined American cities and culture; the US intensifies attacks in Yemen in an attempt to prevent Al-Qaeda affiliated militants from establishing a foothold in the country; a mother speaks to us about her son, who died while texting and driving; widows of those killed on the Deepwater Horizon are pushing for a new law that would allow them to sue for pain and suffering; and a plea for tolerance toward "non-native plants."