Today marks five years after the start of the Egyptian revolution. Cairo's Tahrir Square became ground zero in Egypt's version of the Arab Spring, so where do things stand today? We'll get a number of perspectives, including a chat with Charlie Sennott with our WGBH partners, The GroundTruth Project. He's in Cairo, learning the fates of five activists he profiled in years past. Also, as the East Coast of the US digs out from a deadly snowstorm, we head to Taiwan, which is also dealing with a bad bit of winter weather. Plus, the French computer keyboard gets a makeover.