Kerry Announces Resumption of Security Talks with EgyptSecretary of State restarts strategic dialogue with Egyptian officials that was last held six years ago.
Kerry Begins Middle East Visit in EgyptSecretary of State John Kerry arrives in Cairo before heading to Qatar to discuss nuclear deal. Israel not on the itinerary.
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.
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.
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.
U.S. Warns Egypt Against Executing Brotherhood SupportersExecuting 529 Brotherhood supporters may affect the aid that Washington provides to Cairo, says State Department.
US Calls for Egypt to Hold Fair Trial for Accused IslamistsWashington 'deeply concerned' over death sentences handed down to 529 Muslim Brotherhood leaders, call for rights to 'civil liberties.'
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.
4 Egyptian Security Men Killed by Car BombA suicide bomber in a car full of explosives rammed into a checkpoint in Sinai, killing three soldiers and a policeman.
U.S. Calls on Egypt to Cancel State of Emergency"We remain opposed, as we have from the beginning, to the state of emergency" in Egypt, says State Department.
Report: Israel Assured Egypt that U.S. Aid Won't be CutIsrael has assured Egypt it does not have to worry about the U.S. cutting its aid to that country, reports New York Times.
U.S. May Cancel Joint Exercise with EgyptOfficial says U.S. is considering cancelling a joint military exercise with Egypt because of the violence in the country.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
First Lady Michelle Obama, State Dept. Honor Egyptian 9/11 FanFirst Lady Michelle Obama and U.S. Secy of StateJohn Kerry this week will honor a woman who celebrated Al Qaeda’s 9/11 attack on America.
Egypt Receives First Batch of F-16s from the U.S.Egypt receives four F-16 aircraft from the United States, the first of a group of 20 that will be delivered this year.
Sen. McCain Warns: Egyptians Face Islamist State or RevoltEgypt could become an Islamist state or face another military takeover if Morsi's judicial power grab is left unchecked, warns McCain.
Republican Congresswoman Seeks to Block Aid to EgyptRepresentative Kay Granger of Texas announces she plans to block the distribution of an emergency $450 million to Egypt.
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.
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.
A Short History of Results of US Aid to IslamistsGood news: The US intends to give Egypt more aid to fight Sinai terror. Bad news: History shows the guns are used against the West.
Hillary Clinton Gets Hostile Reception In EgyptThe poster children of Egypt's Arab Spring turned out to vent their frustration and conspiracy theories on Hillary Clinton.
US 'Welcomes' Dialog with Muslim BrotherhoodUS Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says the Obama administration wants to open a dialog with the radical Islamist Muslim Brotherhood.
Obama's Commitment to the Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty?Will the Obama Administration feel any commitment towards pushing a new Egyptian government to maintain the peace treaty with Israel?
US Threatens to Cut Aid to EgyptThe White House says aid to Egypt is being “reviewed.” Former US officials press Obama to cut military assistance but face strong Egyptian lobby.