Sources: Mubarak Set to be Released This WeekHosni Mubarak is likely to be released from prison this week, his lawyers said, after corruption charges are dropped.
173 Killed in Egyptian Fighting SaturdaySecurity forces broke into a mosque in Cairo, after heavy gunfire. Muhammad Badi's son reported killed.
Thousands Rally for Morsi in IsraelOn Temple Mount, posters of Hitler and chants against Sisi, asking – “Are you Jewish or what?”
Egypt: Dozens Reported Dead in Crackdown on IslamistsClashes between security forces and protesters in pro-Morsi camp at Rabaa al-Adawiya. Islamists tell CNN: 200 dead.
Morsi's Remand Extended by 15 DaysEgypt’s judiciary extended the detention of the ousted president pending investigation into his alleged collaboration with Hamas.
Egypt May Start Taking Action Against Morsi SupportersSecurity forces are expected to start taking action against supporters of ousted President Morsi who are staging sit-ins.
Egypt's President: No Concessions to Muslim BrotherhoodEgypt's interim president says that talks to end the crisis in the country have failed. Announcement may set the stage for more clashes.
Kerry: The Egyptian Army 'Saved Democracy'U.S. Secretary of State says that the Egyptian army, which deposed Morsi, intervened at the request of millions to protect democracy.
Egypt Issues Warning to Morsi's SupportersEgypt warns supporters of ousted president: there will be “decisive and firm” action if you overstep your rights.
Muslim Brotherhood: 120 Dead in 'Massacre'Graphic video shows bodies at morgue, reportedly shot by security forces in weekend violence involving pro-Morsi rioters.
Morsi Accused of Working With HamasEgyptian prosecutor suggests Morsi worked with Hamas to attack, kill Egyptian guards.
Egypt: 7 Die in Overnight ClashesClashes between supporters of deposed President Mohammed Morsi and security forces leave more than 250 wounded
Cairo: Police Use Tear Gas on Morsi Supporters22 injured in clashes in Cairo's downtown between police forces and supporters of former president Mohammed Morsi.
Germany, U.S. Tell Egypt: Release MorsiGermany and the United States call for the release of ousted Egyptian president amid tensions between supporters and opponents.
Egypt Names New Prime MinisterHazem Beblawi, a leading liberal economist, was named Egypt’s interim prime minister on Tuesday, ending days of speculation.
What's in a Name?US government in a quandary over how to define Morsi's ouster by military junta due to academic, political and financial considerations.
Egypt: Morsi Supporters Abduct 2 SoldiersKidnapped soldiers were forced to make pro-Morsi statements on a loudspeaker, one was badly beaten.
35 Reported Killed in Brotherhood Clash with ArmyMorsi supporters said up to 34 of their members were killed. Military says one officer died. Not clear who attacked whom.
Fatah: Hamas Stirring Up Trouble in EgyptFatah spokesman: Hamas put its alliance with the Muslim Brotherhood before its concern for the "Palestinian cause".
Haniyeh Unfazed by Morsi's Removal"The Palestinian problem" will continue to be the central issue for the Arab world, says Hamas Prime Minister.
Senator McCain Calls for Suspension of US Military Aid to EgyptRepublican Senator John McCain is calling for a suspension of US military aid to Egypt following army ouster of Islamist president Mursi.
Obama on Egypt: We Don't Support One Party or AnotherThe United States is “not aligned” with any political party or group in Egypt, President Barack Obama clarifies.
Veteran Journalist: Morsi's Ouster Good for Israel"Israel need not shed a tear over Morsi's ouster," says veteran journalist Dan Margalit.
Ten Dead in Clashes Across Egypt10 dead and 210 wounded in clashes across Egypt, involving opponents and supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi.
Erdogan Slams Egypt CoupTurkey's prime minister condemns the military intervention that toppled Morsi as an enemy of democracy.
Sadat's Daughter: Thank You for Avenging my FatherSupporters of Mohammed Morsi plan their own mass rallies. ‘No to military coup.’
U.S. Cautious on Egypt, Calls for Quick Return to DemocracyU.S. national security team calls for a quick return of a democratically elected civilian government in Egypt.
Morsi Offers to Form Interim Coalition GovernmentEgyptian President Mohammed Morsi offers to form an interim coalition government.
'Full Military Coup Underway' in EgyptAirport officials confirmed they received orders to prevent Morsi from leaving the country. Armored vehicles on the streets.
'Mubarak Must be Smiling When Seeing Morsi's Troubles'Israel’s former ambassador to Egypt, Zvi Mazel, predicts that the fall of Mohammed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood are close.
Morsi Addresses Nation, Says He Won't Step DownMorsi vows to protect his "constitutional legitimacy" with his life in a live speech.
Morsi to Army: I Will Not be Dictated ToEgypt's President demands that the withdraw a 48-hour ultimatum for him to resolve the conflict with his political opponents.
US Denies Urging Early Egyptian ElectionsThe State Department is denying reports that the U.S. is calling on Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi to schedule early elections.
Canada Shuts Down Cairo EmbassyCanada has shut down its embassy in Cairo as a result of continuing unrest in Egypt.
Obama Encourages Morsi 'to Show He is Responsive'Fox's Krauthammer says Obama's neutrality is 'shocking' in view of his positions vis-a-vis Mubarak, Iranian unrest.
Morsi Rejects Army's 48-Hour UltimatumEgyptian presidency: “army declaration had not been cleared by the presidency and could cause confusion.”
Egypt's Foreign Minister Resigns, Islamists Call for RalliesEgyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr has tendered his resignation, reports state news agency.
Egyptian Army to Morsi: You Have 48 Hours to Solve This MessAs protests supporting and opposing Morsi mounted, Egypt's army set an ultimatum for the President
After Resignations, Threats, 'Bloody Night' Expected in EgyptAs 4 government ministers resigned after mass protests in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood said it would “defend itself” from protesters
Tense Standoff in Egypt, 10 Killed So FarOpposition demands military intervention if President Morsi refuses to resign.
Morsi's Spokesman: He's Made Errors; We Want DialogueEgypt's opposition urges protesters to stay on the streets until Morsi goes, as his spokesman urges dialogue.
Four People Killed in Egypt ProtestsFour people are dead as millions hit the streets in Egypt on the anniversary of Morsi's inauguration.
22 Million Call for Morsi's Ouster, Egypt Prepares for ProtestsEgypt prepares for a “million man protest” against President Morsi. More than 22 million have signed a petition demanding his departure.
American Killed in Clashes in EgyptTwo people, including one American, were killed in clashes between supporters and opponents of President Mohammed Morsi in Alexandria.
Muslim Brotherhood Member Killed in EgyptA member of Egypt's ruling Muslim Brotherhood shot dead in an attack on the group's office in Zakazik.
Morsi Admits: I've Made Some ErrorsPolitical polarization in Egypt is threatening the country’s democracy, says Morsi ahead of planned protests by opposition.
Hamas and Hizbullah Helped Egypt's Morsi Escape from PrisonEgyptian court says that Hamas and Hizbullah helped prisoners, including current President Morsi, escape in 2011.
Islamic Preacher: Protesting Against Morsi is a 'Rebellion'Radical Islamic preacher warns that participation in protests against Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi is forbidden.
Syrian Minister: Morsi Should Close Israeli EmbassySyria's Information Minister slams Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's decision to cut off all ties with Damascus.
Morsi Rejects Negotiations with Bedouin KidnappersEgyptian President Mohammed Morsi bars negotiations with the kidnappers of three policemen and four soldiers.
Mubarak's Lawyer Denies His Client Gave a Newspaper InterviewMubarak reportedly told a privately-owned newspaper that it was "too early" to judge successor Morsi.
Egypt Assures Hagel: We're Committed to Peace with IsraelEgypt’s leaders have assured visiting U.S. Defense Secretary that they are committed to their country’s peace treaty with Israel.
Egypt: 39 Hurt in Clashes Between Islamists and OppositionAt least 39 hurt after opposition activists march on thousands of Islamists rallying outside the Supreme Court in Cairo.
Egyptian Protesters Operated on Without Anesthetic, Says ReportEgyptian army doctors were ordered to operate without anesthetic on wounded protesters, says a report on military malpractice.
Egypt: Judges Recommend Dissolution of Muslim BrotherhoodEgyptian judges recommend the dissolution of the Muslim Brotherhood, say it has no legal status.
King Abdullah: Ties with Netanyahu Have ImprovedJordan’s King says his relationship with PM Netanyahu has improved, but expresses pessimism over the two-state solution.
Egyptians Rally, Call on Army to Assume PowerHundreds of Egyptians demonstrated in Cairo to press for the army to assume power in a country plagued by unrest and instability.