Egypt: US hedges its bets

­Six days after nationwide protests began it is still hard to forecast what Egypt's political future will look like. The best guess is that Hosni Mubarak is out. But if Mubarak is out, who will be in? Unrest in Egypt has not only political, but economic ramifications as well. On Friday, stocks experienced their biggest drop in months, as Alyona and The Business Insider's Gregory White discuss. Also, newspapers are struggling to make it in the internet age. But could the free for all be coming to an end? And, last week an ex-army veteran from California was arrested for driving to Detroit's largest mosque with a trunk full of explosives – a story the mainstream media has ignored.