Egypt Aflame Again: 7 DeadAt least seven killed as riots erupt on the third anniversary of the toppling of Hosni Mubarak.
Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Opposes New ConstitutionAngry Muslim Brotherhood protesters dispersed by police in the capital - but some secular groups also voice concern.
Morsi Supporters Demonstrate in Tahrir SquareAnti-military protesters demonstrate in Cairo's Tahrir Square for the first time since President Mohammed Morsi was removed from office.
Morsi Rejects Army's 48-Hour UltimatumEgyptian presidency: “army declaration had not been cleared by the presidency and could cause confusion.”
Tense Standoff in Egypt, 10 Killed So FarOpposition demands military intervention if President Morsi refuses to resign.
'A Million Protesters' in Tahrir SquareHuge crowds gather across Egypt to demand the resignation of President Morsi.
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.
Games in Cairo Court Over Hosni Mubarak Jail TimeA Cairo court ordered the release of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak -- and then reversed itself on other charges and re-jailed him.
Mubarak May be Freed from Jail in 3 WeeksIf prosecution does not resubmit charges regarding Tahrir Square killings, Mubarak will go free.
First Lady, Secy of State 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.
Thousands Protest Egypt’s Morsi 2 Yrs Post-MubarakThousands demonstrated against Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood-backed President Mohamed Morsi two years after Hosni Mubarak stepped down.
Thousands Demonstrate Against Morsi in EgyptThousands take to the streets across Egypt for rallies demanding President Morsi fulfill the goals of the revolt that brought him to power.
State of Emergency Declared in EgyptExactly two years after Hosni Mubarak was toppled, Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has been forced to declare a state of emergency.
Egypt: Protesters Clash with PoliceEgyptian protesters storm government headquarters and clash with police during mass rallies on the second anniversary of the 2011 uprising.
Egypt: Low Turnout for Anti-Constitution ProtestUp to 2,000 people gather in Egypt to protest controversial draft constitution - far fewer than previous opposition protests.
Egyptian Protests Continue Despite Morsi ReversalToo little, too late: Egyptian Pres. Mohamed Morsi repealed the edict granting him sweeping new powers, but grassroots protests continue.
MUST READ: If You Like Egypt, You'll Love "Palestine"For Israel, there is no immediately obvious military solution to the expanded threats posed by this 23rd Arab state. At the same time, the prospects for any negotiated solutions are negligible to nonexistent. There are certain options, however.
Anti-Gov't Violence, Death Returns to CairoAt least five were killed in Cairo during clashes overnight between supporters and opponents of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi.
Egypt's Morsi Returns to Palace After RiotsEgyptian President Mohamed Morsi reportedly returned Wednesday morning to his palace after violent protesters left the area.
Egypt's Supreme Court Goes on StrikeCourt launches open-ended protest after Islamist protesters block courthouse ahead of a key ruling.
Egypt: Protests After Constitution Draft ApprovedAn Egyptian panel rushes through a draft constitution seen as undermining basic freedoms, resulting in mass protests in Cairo.
Egyptian Assembly Racing to Finish ConstitutionThe Egyptian Assembly is racing the clock to finish writing the nation's Constitution by Thursday before the body is dissolved.
Tens of Thousands Protest Against Morsi Power GrabEgyptians in huge numbers take to the streets to protest President Morsi's decision to assume sweeping powers.
Egypt's Morsi Pulls Back Power GrabEgyptian President Mohammed Morsi has agreed to pull back decrees announced last Thursday granting himself sweeping new powers.
Morsi Says Sweeping Powers Are 'Only Temporary'Egyptian President says the sweeping new powers he has assumed are only temporary, calls for dialogue.
Egypt Jurists: Morsi 'Violated Judicial Authority'Supreme Judicial Council says Morsi's declaration of new powers is an "unprecedented assault" on judiciary.
10,000 Rally in Cairo, Demand Sharia LawRally organized by minority Salafi groups, demanding Egypt's new constitution be based on the Islamic law.
UK Foreign Office Raises Terror Threat in EgyptUK's Foreign Office raised terror threat in Egypt from “general” to “high”, following reports of al-Qaeda inspired plots against westerners.
French Reporter Savagely Attacked in Tahrir SquareA French female television reporter was sexually assaulted during a protest near Cairo's Tahrir Square on Saturday.
Rioting and Brawls in Tahrir SquareNew clashes have erupted in Tahrir Square after Friday prayers.
Mubarak Chiefs Acquitted of Asssaulting ProtestersStalwarts of ousted Egyptian president Mubarak acquitted of organizing a camel-borne assault on protesters.
Lieberman Predicts 'Tahrir' Revolution in IranSanctions could trigger a popular uprising in Iran like the revolt in Egypt that toppled Mubarak, says Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman.
Egypt: Clashes Erupt During Anti-Morsi ProtestHundreds of Egyptians hit the streets to demonstrate against President Morsi. Clashes erupt in Cairo.
Morsi: I'll be the President of All EgyptiansEgypt’s new president symbolically swears himself in before a huge crowd at Cairo's Tahrir Square.
Muslim Brotherhood Expects its Win to be RespectedThe Muslim Brotherhood says it expects its presidential election win to be respected as its supporters pack Cairo's Tahrir.
Thousands Protest Against Mubarak-Era CandidateThousands demonstrate in Egypt to demand that Ahmed Shafiq be banned from a run-off presidential election.
Former Egyptian Pres. Mubarak Suffers Heart AttackFormer Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, 84, suffered a heart attack Saturday upon his arrival at Tora Prison.
Riots Follow ‘New Democracy' in EgyptScenes of last year’s anti-Mubarak uprising return to Cairo. Thousands rioted, some of them torching the HQ of a presidential candidate.
Security Forces, Demonstrators Clash in CairoAt least 130 injured as Egyptian armed forces and protesters, including hardline Islamists, clash in Cairo.
Thousands Protest in Cairo's Tahrir SquareTens of thousands of protesters pack Cairo's Tahrir Square, demand an end to military rule.
Trial to End for Egypt's Former PresidentThe trial of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, accused of the murders of protesters in the 2011 Arab Spring revolt, ends Wednesday.
Egyptian Revolution Changes Nothing for WomenThe Egyptian Revolution appears to have done nothing for women who attempt to support “change” in Tahrir Square.
Thousands Mark Cairo's Tahrir Square RevolutionCrowds packed Tahrir Square to mark the first anniversary of the Egyptian Revolution despite cold and rain, but with little celebration.
Death Penalty for Hosni Mubarak?Egypt's prosecutor seeks death by hanging for former President Hosni Mubarak, his sons Gamal and Ala'a, and his former Interior Minister.
Thousands of Egyptian Women Protest BrutalitySome 10,000 women marched Tuesday chanting "Egyptian women are the red line," protesting military brutality against female protesters.
Egyptians Return to Polls for Runoff ElectionsEgyptians return to the polls Wednesday in a run-off for round two of parliamentary elections not due to end until early next year.
Egypt's Islamist Parties Claim VictoryEgypt’s two leading Islamist parties say they have won the second round of a parliamentary election.
Deadly Clashes Continue in CairoEgyptians on Sunday entered a third day of deadly clashes between protesters and government forces in Cairo's Tahrir Square.
New Tahrir Square Violence Mars ElectionsFresh violence at Cairo’s Tahrir Square wounded 88 people by early Wednesday during the second day of legislative elections.
US, Britain Praise Egypt's First Post-Mubarak PollThe US and Britain are congratulating Egypt on completing the first historic round of three parliamentary polls to elect a new government.
Egypt: Protesters Reject New Prime MinisterMore than 100,000 demonstrate in Cairo's Tahrir Square, rejecting the appointment of Mubarak's former prime minister.
Egypt Braces for More Protests FridayEgyptian protesters promise a 'million man march' in Cairo as the interim junta appoints a Mubarak-era Prime Minister to head gov't.
3 US Students Freed in Egypt on ThanksgivingThe parents of three American students are celebrating a real "Thanksgiving" after hearing an Egyptian court has freed their children.
Egyptian Revolution II: Tourism CancellationsEgyptian Revolution II is just a week old, but already the tourist industry is taking its first hit. Coud Israel be affected?
Turkey: Syria at 'Point of No Return'Turkish President Abdullah Gul warned the Royal Society Wednesday in London that Syria has “come to a point of no return.”
Video:Egyptian Police Club Protesters, One DeadEgyptian soldiers and police killed one more protester Wednesday morning as anarchy threatens the country. Thee US students arrested.
Expert: Muslim Brotherhood May Seize PowerMiddle East expert Dr. David Bukay: The Muslim Brotherhood is slowly taking over Egypt. That's dangerous for peace.