'Bloody Night' Expected in EgyptAs 4 government ministers resigned after mass protests in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood said it would “defend itself” from protesters
Mubarak Trial Resumes in CairoThe trial of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has resumed in Cairo, with a verdict in the case possible before the end of the month
Day Four in Tahrir Square SequelMonday was Day Four of another massive protest by the youth of Egypt as hundreds filled the streets around Cairo's Tahrir Square.
Tahrir Square ReignitesIn scenes reminiscent of the uprising that ousted president Hosni Mubarak, Egypt's Tahrir Square has erupted into two-days of riots.
Egypt ‘Arrests Mossad Agent’Egyptian newspaper claims Israeli agent provocateur tried to undo the January 25 rebellion. Israel: bogus report.
Death for Mubarak Regime CopA provisional government court in Cairo has handed down its first death sentence - to a Mubarak-regime policeman who gunned down protesters.
Egypt Gets Rid of 'Mubarak'Egyptian court rules that Mubarak family name should come off of many streets, buildings, and the like. “Time to move on,” lawyer says.
Mubarak Takes Sick during ProbeMubarak was hospitalized Tuesday for a heart attack while he was being questioned for alleged corruption. Protestors: He is a butcher.
Video: The Egyptian RevolutionUS-born Tel Aviv resident Samuel Vengrinovich paid his way to Egypt for the one-week anniversary of the uprising. He was arrested several times.
Violence Continues in Cairo Violence continues in Cairo's Tahrir Square as protesters are attacked amid complaints about police corruption.
Egypt's 'Million Women' 1,000A Million Woman March held in Cairo on Tuesday never topped more than 1,000, and ended with two groups shouting at each other.
Copts Killed by Muslims in CairoThirteen people were killed Tuesday in a clashes between Muslims and Christian Copts in Cairo, and at least 140 others were wounded.
Swords Slash Egyptian ProtestersPlainclothes security forces in Egypt slashed protesters with swords and attacked them with firebombs as demands grow for political reform.
New Government in EgyptEgypt's new prime minister took office Friday and a new interior minister began Sunday, but mobs are still protesting and the nation is not stable.
U.S. Senators Tour Tahrir SquareTwo U.S. senators toured Egypt's Tahrir Square Sunday, one month after riots there forced President Hosni Mubarak's resignation.
Mubarak Banned from FleeingThe military regime in Egypt has banned deposed President Mubarak from leaving and has frozen his assets. His family faces criminal charges.
Egypt Military Beats ProtestersEgyptian military police beat protesters camped outside government offices overnight Friday but apologized for the violence hours later.
Mideast Protests ContinueDemonstrations continue in Bahrain, Libya, Yemen. Bahrain claims Hizbullah involvement, allows return to main square. 80 dead in Libya.
Media Regrets Supporting MubarakGovernment media in Egypt, which supported Mubarak during revolution, now supports the people. One paper issued an apology this week.
Anarchy in Sinai PeninsulaReports from Egypt: militants are controlling the streets of the Sinai Peninsula and attacking police officers. Military trying to gain control.
Exodus from Egypt to IsraelTwelve more US students have joined the growing exodus to Israel, six other students fled last week for a safe haven from Egyptian riots.
Protesters Challenge Cairo ArmyMubarak is gone, but the revolution remains, at least for now. Protesters clashed with soldiers, who cleared most of them from Tahrir Square.
Arab Leaders may Prolong PovertyArab leaders try to counter protests with financial incentives, experts warn the “buyoffs” may cause long-term poverty and instability.
Mubarak Out, Army Takes ControlMilitary leaders promise to keep international treaties, including peace deal with Israel, and say they will step aside after elections.
Mubarak's Fortune Secure If Egypt's Mubarak is forced from power, he will have a fortune in foreign investments to fall back on, analysts say.
Mubarak Says He's StayingThe mood turned ugly in Cairo as Egyptians heard President Hosni Mubarak say that he would not leave until the September elections.
Mubarak Out, Revolution Begins?Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak is to step down, leaving the country in the hands of the military. A Revolution may have begun.
3 Dead in South Egypt RiotsClashes in Cairo’s Tahrir Square have entered their 16th day, as demonstrators continue to call for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.
US Youth in Egypt Flee to IsraelIsrael never seemed safer for five US students fearing for their lives in the riots in Egypt. Their parents are sleeping a lot better now.
Journos Beaten in EgyptABC publishes a list of over 60 incidents in which foreign journalists came under attack. Clinton condemns assaults.
Egypt, Tunisians Suffer, GDP UpFor the past five years the quality of life for Egyptians and Tunisians has deteriorated -- but the economy in both countries has improved.
Sneh: Egypt and Gaza DangerousFormer Deputy Defense Minister says that a new regime in Egypt could strengthen ties with Hamas in Gaza and allow them to easily arm themselves.
Egypt's Net Censors 'Had US HelpNGO says a California-based company helped Egypt surreptitiously inspect internet messaging by protesters since the beginning of the uprising.
'M. Brotherhood' Closer to PowerThe radical Muslim Brotherhood takes a giant step to becoming a powerful force in Egypt and joins negotiations with the Mubarak regime.
Unrest in Egypt - Gas Hike?Unrest in Egypt might result in another price hike at the gas pump, according to the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).
Journalists Attacked in EgyptForces loyal to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak have been storming hotels and chasing reporters, journalists report. Several were attacked.
US Backing Egypt-Israel Peace?Will the Obama Administration feel any commitment towards pushing a new Egyptian government to maintain the peace treaty with Israel?
Chesler: Delusions About EgyptProf. Phyllis Chesler asks: What is wrong with Rabbis Michael Lerner and Arthur Waskow? How can so many liberal Jews not learn from Jewish history?
Hundreds Injured in Cairo RiotsSome 500 people have been injured so far in what may be shaping up to be a civil war in Egypt. More violence continued in Cairo riots Wednesday.
Yemen Protests Change RegimeYemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh has announced that he will not seek reelection, and is asking his opponents to make a deal.
ElBaradei’s Ultimatum to MubarakEgyptian uprising idol ElBaradei has ordered Mubarak to leave the country by Friday – or be a “dead man walking.” Mubarak: I will die in Egypt.
Mubarak: I Will Not Run AgainEgypt’s President announces he will step down from power come election time in September. Crowds demand he do it now.
Jeers at Egyptian Embassy “Dogs'Tel Aviv police meet with Egypt’s ambassador to Israel to discuss increased security after protesters jeer “the dogs in the embassy.”
Iran: Islamic Mideast NearsIran now actively encourages what it calls a “freedom seeking” movement in Egypt to help create its dream of a fundamentalist Islamic Middle East.