Obama Administration Criticizes Egypt in Report to CongressObama administration accuses the Egyptian government of restricting free speech but recommends that it continue to receive military aid.
Sisi Meets CIA Director in CairoEgypt’s President meets CIA director John Brennan, discusses issues of common interest.
Obama Releases Military Aid to Egypt21 months later, President Barack Obama releases military aid to Egypt that was suspended after the overthrow of Mohammed Morsi.
Sisi Appeals for More Military Aid from the United StatesEgypt's President appeals to the United States to play a greater role in helping his country fight terrorism.
Obama Expresses Concern Over Mass Trials in EgyptObama speaks to his Egyptian counterpart, urges him to "invest in the political, economic, and social aspirations of the Egyptian people."
U.S. Confirms Apache Deliveries to EgyptDefense Secretary Hagel speaks with Egyptian counterpart, confirms the United States plans to deliver 10 Apache helicopters to Egypt.
Kerry Visits Egypt, Urges Sisi to Allow Political ReformsU.S. Secretary of State becomes the highest-ranking American official to meet President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi since he came to power.
Obama Looks Forward to 'Working Together' with Al-SisiPresident Obama calls Egypt's new president to congratulate him on his inauguration.
Senator Holds Egypt Funding Over Mass TrialSenator Patrick Leahy says he will not approve sending funds to the Egyptian military, after 683 Islamists are sentenced to death.
Former Egyptian President's Widow Slams American PolicyJehan Sadat, widow of Anwar Sadat, says she is “sick and tired” of U.S. policy towards Egypt.
Human Rights Watch Urges Kerry to Delay Aid to EgyptHuman Rights Watch calls on Washington not to resume military assistance to Egypt until its government ends human rights abuses.
Egypt, Russia Seal $2B Arms DealSaudi Arabia and UAE foot the bill for sale of advanced defense systems, helicopters, aircraft and anti-tank missiles.
American Aid to Egypt May be RestoredCongress prepared to allow Obama to restore $1.5 billion in aid to Egypt, if it is proven that a democratic transition is taking place.
Washington: Egypt Going 'Way Too Far' with BrotherhoodU.S. official: Egypt’s latest crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood is a bit too much but we won’t take action.
Hagel Expresses Concern Over New Egypt Protest LawU.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel phones his Egyptian counterpart, voices concerns about new law that curbs protests.
Kerry: Muslim Brotherhood 'Stole' Egypt's RevolutionIn his harshest remarks yet against the Muslim Brotherhood, John Kerry accuses the movement of “stealing Egypt's revolution”.
U.S. Lawmakers Speak Out Against Cutting Off Aid to EgyptU.S. lawmakers urge the White House to lift its suspension of military aid to Egypt, a key regional ally.
Egypt's FM to U.S.: Cut Off Aid and You Will Hurt YourselfIf the U.S. cuts off aid to Egypt, it will hurt itself as well as its friends in the region, says Egypt’s Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy.
State Department Confirms Cut in U.S. Aid to EgyptThe Obama administration will cut hundreds of millions of dollars in aid to Egypt until "progress" is made in restoring democracy.
Report: U.S. to Cut Off Aid to EgyptThe United States will cut off aid to Egypt in the wake of the July coup and the turmoil that has followed, says U.S. official.
U.S. Denies Aid to Egypt Was Cut OffMedia reports suggesting that the United States has cut aid to Egypt are inaccurate, says White House spokesman.
Israeli Official to U.S.: Back Egypt Army or Risk Peace TalksIsrael is worried that if the U.S. alienates Egypt, it would negatively affect the renewed peace talks.
U.S.: No Decision Yet on Freezing Aid to EgyptState Department says it has yet to make a decision on whether to freeze assistance to Egypt, says the matter is being reviewed.
Movement that Toppled Morsi Targets Peace Deal with IsraelTamarod, the Egyptian movement which led the opposition to Morsi, is now calling to cancel the peace treaty with Israel.
Hagel: We'll Maintain Our Ties with Egypt, But...U.S. Defense Secretary says his country will retain its military ties with Egypt but more violence could jeopardize them.
Egypt to Declare that Efforts to Resolve Crisis Have FailedThe Egyptian government is set to declare that foreign mediation efforts to end the political crisis in the country have failed.
Al-Qaeda Head Blames U.S. for Egypt CoupAyman al-Zawahiri accuses the United States of "plotting" with Egypt's military, secularists and Christians to overthrow Morsi.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 army ousts, detains, president MorsiMorsi and his senior aides were placed "under house arrest" in a military facility
Report: Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Infiltrated Obama AdminEgyptian magazine claims that six Islamist activists who work with Obama are Muslim Brotherhood operatives.
Morsi: U.S. Should Show Respect for Arab ValuesEgypt's President: If Washington asks Egypt to honor its treaty with Israel, it should live up to its commitment to Palestinian self-rule.
Congressmen Challenge Obama, Want Halt to Aid to EgyptA Republican senator threatens a filibuster to suspend aid to Egypt and other countries where Americans have been attacked.
Obama Hints Egypt Not an Ally, White House ClarifiesThe White House does damage control after Obama hints that the U.S. no longer considers the Egyptian government an ally.
U.S. Tells Cairo: We Read Your Arabic Tweets, TooMuslim Brotherhood tweeted sweet nothings in English-language account, praised riots in Arabic one.
Egypt's PM Urges U.S. Businessmen to InvestEgypt’s Prime Minister Hisham Kandil urges a delegation of U.S. businessmen to invest in post-Mubarak Egypt.
US, Egypt Conducting Joint Military ExercisesU.S. planes landed in Egypt Tuesday for a joint exercise, the first since the fall of Hosni Mubarak.
U.S. to Relieve Egypt of $1 Billion DebtThe Obama administration is nearing an agreement with Egypt’s new government to relieve $1 billion of its debt.
Panetta to Visit Egypt and Israel Next WeekU.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta will meet Egypt's new President Mohammed Morsi and also stop for a visit in Israel.
Clinton Decides to Resume Military Aid to EgyptU.S. Secretary of State Clinton to resume $1.3 billion in annual military aid to Egypt, suspended over human rights concerns.
US Intervenes to Block Egyptian Arrest of Boutros GhaliThe US has intervened to block Egypt from arresting its former Finance Minister Youssef Boutros Ghali in London before boarding a plane to the US.
U.S. Senators Tour Egypt's Tahrir SquareTwo U.S. senators toured Egypt's Tahrir Square Sunday, one month after riots there forced President Hosni Mubarak's resignation.
Egypt: US Has No Right to Monitor Other Countries on ReligionEgypt has slammed its inclusion by the US on a list of nations that violate citizen's religious rights. Report left out harassment of Egypt's Jews.
Egypt Backs Away from Obama's Direct Talks FailureBacking away from what appears to be a failing endeavor, Egypt expresses its displeasure with the Obama administration in an Al-Ahram editorial.