The latest news on Egypt
Egyptians aren’t sure which leaders they want, but they really don’t want the Brotherhood.
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt on Tuesday announced the arrest of the supreme leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, dealing a serious blow to the Islamist group at a time when it is struggling to keep up its street protests against the ouster of President Mohammed Morsi in the face of a harsh crackdown by authorities.
Defense secretary says U.S. influence to cease violence is 'limited.'
As Egypt descends into civil war, U.S. keeps filling its coffers.
25 officers gunned down in Sinai; Former President Mubarak could be released.
CAIRO (AP) — Soldiers fired their rifles in the air to keep a crowd from attacking supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi as they were being taken, one by one, out of the Al-Fath mosque in Cairo where they had been besieged by security forces overnight.
Golden child of the Arab Spring headed toward irreparable political turmoil, according to poll, experts.
Marine Corps force remains parked off the coast after Obama cancels military exercise.
No one should be surprised that nation-building in Egypt is hard but people should wonder why it’s taking Obama so long to get right.
The U.S. is better off staying out of the region.