Kerry Tries to Clarify Comments on EgyptKerry attempts to explain what he meant when he said that the Egyptian army intervened to "save democracy."
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.
Egyptian Government Takes Off the GlovesThe Egyptian government announces that it plans to act decisively against protesting "terrorists".
Obama Sending McCain and Graham to EgyptSenators Lindsey Graham and John McCain say they're traveling to Egypt at Obama's request.
White House Condemns Egypt Violence, Won't Suspend AidThe White House condemned the bloodshed and violence in Egypt, but took no steps to suspend military assistance to the country.
Egypt Issues Warning to Morsi's SupportersEgypt warns supporters of ousted president: there will be “decisive and firm” action if you overstep your rights.
Kerry Deeply Concerned About Egypt ViolenceU.S. Secretary of State expresses “deep concern” over bloodshed and violence in Egypt, after weekend clashes result in many deaths.
Five Dead in Clashes During Egypt ProtestsFive people were killed in clashes between supporters and opponents of Egypt's ousted president in Alexandria.
Egyptian Army Gives Brotherhood a 48 Hour UltimatumThe Egyptian army gives the Muslim Brotherhood until Saturday to sign up for political reconciliation.
Obama Won't Define Egypt Situation as a 'Coup'U.S. does not plan on defining the overthrow of Egypt’s government as a coup, which would require cutting off of aid.
Egypt: Arrest Warrants Against Muslim Brotherhood LeadersEgypt's prosecutor issues arrest warrants for nine Muslim Brotherhood officials, including leader Mohammed Badie.
U.S. Delays Delivery of F-16s to EgyptThe U.S. is delaying the planned delivery of four F-16 fighter jets to Egypt because of the situation in the country, says the Pentagon.
Four People Killed in Ongoing Egypt ClashesFour people were killed in clashes between supporters and opponents of ousted Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi.
Britain Blocks Exports to Egyptian ArmyBritain revokes export licenses for equipment used by Egypt's military and police, saying it could be used against protesters.
Egyptian Army Blocks Pro-Morsi ProtestersThe Egyptian army blocked streets leading to the Republican Guard House in Cairo to stop Morsi's supporters from reaching the building.
Egypt's Interim President Vows to Protect the CountryEgypt’s interim president, Adly Mansour, vows to protect the country from those who “want to drive Egypt to chaos.”
New Egyptian Cabinet Sworn-InThe first Egyptian Cabinet since the overthrow of president Mohammed Morsi sworn in, Brotherhood rejects it.
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.
Egypt Freezes Assets of 14 Top IslamistsNine Muslim Brotherhood leaders are among those whose assets have been frozen as part of an investigation against Islamists.
McCain and Graham: Cut Off Aid to Egypt“Not all coups are created equal, but a coup is still a coup," write Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham.
Former Ambassador Named as Egypt’s Foreign MinisterThe man appointed to be Egypt’s new foreign minister once served as the country’s ambassador to the United States.
U.S. Navy Patrolling Near Egypt's CoastTwo U.S. Navy ships patrolling in the Middle East moved closer to Egypt's Red Sea coast in recent days, said the top Marine Corps general.
Obama Orders Review of U.S. Aid to EgyptPresident Obama orders a review of U.S. assistance to Egypt's government, hours after officials say that Egypt will receive F-16s.
U.S. Going Ahead with Delivery of Fighter Jets to EgyptThe United States plans to go through with the delivery of F-16 fighter jets to Egypt despite Morsi's overthrow.
Egypt's New PM to Offer Islamists Cabinet PositionsThe Muslim Brotherhood and the Islamist Al-Nour Party will be offered ministerial positions in the transitional government in Egypt.
Egypt Summons Turkish AmbassadorEgypt summoned Turkey’s ambassador to Cairo in protest against “Ankara’s interference in Egyptian affairs.”
Gunmen Attack in Sinai, Two KilledTwo people killed as gunmen attack a security checkpoint in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula.
White House Cautious About Saying 'Coup' Happened in EgyptWhite House spokesman says the U.S. needs to review what happened in Egypt, when asked if Obama sees the regime change as a coup.
Morsi Appointed PM ResignsEgyptian Prime Minister Hisham Qandil, who was on his way out in any case, tenders resignation.
Egyptian Opposition Calls for Brotherhood to be OutlawedEgyptian opposition group Tamarod calls for an outlaw of the Muslim Brotherhood after weapons are found in its Cairo headquarters.
Egypt's Interim President Sets Timetable for ElectionsEgypt's constitution will be amended within five months, and parliamentary elections will be held two months after that.
Egyptian Soldier Killed in Latest Sinai ViolenceEgyptian soldier killed by unidentified gunmen in the northern Sinai town of El-Arish.
Ziad Bahaa El-Din Offered to be Egypt's Next PMAfter Salafists object to Mohamed ElBaradei, Egypt offers commercial lawyer Ziad Bahaa El-Din to become Prime Minister.
Iran Says Egypt Coup ‘Improper,' Russia Warns of ‘Civil War’Iran calls overthrow of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi 'improper' and Russia is warning the country is on the brink of “civil war.”
Egyptians Brace for More Violence, Challenge to New RuleEgyptians on both sides of the fence brace for protests as supporters and opponents of ousted president Mohamed Morsi gather to rally..
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.
Egyptian Presidency: ElBaradei is PM? Not YetMohamed ElBaradei has not yet been chosen as Egypt’s interim prime minister, says spokesman.
Veteran Journalist: Morsi's Ouster Good for Israel"Israel need not shed a tear over Morsi's ouster," says veteran journalist Dan Margalit.
Egypt's Interim President Dissolves ParliamentAdly el-Mansour, the interim Egyptian head of state, dissolves the Islamist parliament by decree.
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.
Egypt's Foreign Minister: There Was No Military CoupEgyptian FM Mohamed Kamel Amr tells John Kerry that the overthrow of President Mohammed Morsi was not a military coup.
Israel Closely, Quietly Monitoring Egyptian DevelopmentsIsrael is closely monitoring developments in Egypt and minding its diplomatic manners as a new regime begins to take form.
Egypt's New Interim President Mansour Sworn Into OfficeChief Justice Adly el-Mansour was officially sworn into office Thursday as the new transitional President of Egypt.
Turkey’s Ruling Party, Opposition Unite to Condemn Egypt CoupIn a rare show of unity, both Turkey's ruling AK Party and opposition Republican People's Party have condemned Egypt's coup d'etat.
Terrorists Try to Take Advantage of Egyptian Coup ChaosArab terrorists are attempting to take advantage of the chaos that inevitably follows a coup d’etat. The Egyptian Army appears ready for it.
Saudi Arabia Congratulates New Egyptian Ruler, West ‘Concerned’Saudi Arabia’s king has already congratulated Egypt’s new head of state, while Western leaders express concern and call for “dialogue.”
Egypt’s Supreme Court Head to Lead New Transitional Gov’tThe head of Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court is to lead the transitional government following the overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi.
Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood Leaders Arrested, Army Moves InSenior Muslim Brotherhood officials are placed under house arrest. The military is securing strategic facilities, Egyptian sources say.
Egyptians Brace for Sunday's 'Rage'Egyptians are bracing for what is developing into another revolution, this time to depose a democratically elected Islamist president.