What we’re reading: Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Updated
By Rick Bosh
Volunteers secure women opponents of Egypt's Islamist ousted president Mohammed Morsi as they announce a possible raid by Morsi supporters in Tahrir Square,...
Volunteers secure women opponents of Egypt's Islamist ousted president Mohammed Morsi as they announce a possible raid by Morsi supporters in Tahrir Square,...
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In Egypt, members of the Muslim Brotherhood are pushing back against the call for political change from protesters facilitated by the nation’s military. Dozens have been killed and hundreds injured in violence throughout Cairo.

In the opinion pages: The New York Times’ Frank Bruni wonders whether the word redemption fits with Eliot Spitzer and Anthony Weiner.

George Zimmerman’s defense team continues to make their case Tuesday, one day after Trayvon Martin’s father told jurors he heard his son’s “last cry for help” on the 911 tape recorded February 26, 2012.

What we're reading: Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Updated