Egypt’s government has taken steps to curtail news reports and personal communication within the country. Internet service providers, mobile phone carriers and television networks have essentially had their plugs pulled, making it harder to get live updates of the rioting and unrest across the country.
Read a BBC story about Egypt cutting Internet service:
Egypt severs Internet connection amid growing unrest
Several news organizations are relying on reporters using landline telephones to relay information to news desks. Here are some places to follow the news from Egypt. I invite you to add any others you may be using to the comment section below. I will update the list as needed.
http://edition.cnn.com/(click on "International" in the top line of the page)
NPR two-way blog
The New York Times