Wednesday's roundup of National Journal coverage – news, insight and analysis – of events in the Middle East:
LIVEBLOGGING THE RAGE: Minute-by-minute updates by Ben Terris, Sara Sorcher and Rebecca Kaplan.
ON CAIRO'S STREETS: The Battle in Cairo's Tahrir Square. By Graeme Wood.
OBAMA'S LACK OF CONTROL: The Obama team appears to have lost control again, with Mubarak acting in open defiance of the Americans. By Michael Hirsh.
IS OBAMA CARTER?: The situation in Egypt is out of President Obama's control, but it could significantly influence his presidency. By Chris Peleo-Lazar.
INTERNET NOW OPEN: After a five-day blackout, analysts and observers on the ground are reporting that Internet access seems to have returned in Egypt. By Josh Smith.
'THE WHOLE WORLD IS WATCHING': White House Chief of Staff William Daley borrowed a slogan used against his father more than three decades ago to tell authorities not to crack down on Egypt's protesters. By Charlie Cook.
INTERACTIVE MAP: Roll over the countries to learn more about the unrest - or lack thereof - in northern Africa and the Middle East.
PHOTOS: Fury Escalates Throughout the Region. By Julia Edwards and Carrie Mihalcik.
FULL COVERAGE: National Journal catalogues the on-going coverage.