The latest news on Egypt
An anti-Islamic film wound up on Egyptian TV, spreading quickly toward a deadly clash.
On day one of Romney trip, Pentagon announces Panetta will visit Tunisia, Egypt, then Israel.
CAIRO (AP) — The only visible female face in the Cairo-based studio of a new Islamic TV channel for women is that of a puppet. The human stars are all veiled from head to toe, with only their eyes showing.
Egypt's new president will seek closer ties with Iran, but only to balance American power.
A year after the Arab Spring protests, Egyptians plan rally against military rule.
Deadly clash at southern border underscores Israeli concern over stability of Sinai Peninsula.
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's ruling military council pledged Monday to honor its promise to hand over power to the newly elected president by the end of this month, hours after Islamist candidate Mohammed Morsi claimed victory in the first free presidential vote since the ouster of authoritarian leader Hosni Mubarak 16 months ago.
Amid concerns of a Muslim Brotherhood-dominated government, experts say the leftist candidate could win.
Amid fears of Islamist rule, expert says major tensions with Israel are unlikely.
As U.S. conservatives worry about sharia, White House tries to learn about Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood.