Nile Tensions Rise Between Junta, IslamistsThe head of Egypt's interim junta responded sharply to criticism of the military from the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party.
Egyptian Junta Maintains "Thuggery" ClauseEgypt's military junta neglected to tell the world their lifting of the 30-year Emergency Law did not include arrest without cause.
Egypt Radicalizing Through Ballots, as Historic Election BeginsEgypt's military leader calls on citizens to vote in Monday's elections, as protesters continue to demand his resignation.
Egypt Denies Using Nerve Gas on ProtestersOfficials in Cairo denied reports security forces fired poisonous gas into crowds of protesters massed in Tahrir Square.
Tantawi Offers Referendum but Protesters UnimpressedEgypt’s military ruler promises that election will be held on time, as protesters continue to call for him to step down.
Cairo's Junta Tightens its Stranglehold on PowerAs Egypt rushes towards elections on November 28, Cairo's interim junta has moved to ensure its authority - and budget - are protected.
Will Egypt's Military Ruler Seek Election?A previously unknown political group has started a campaign for Egypt's military ruler, Hussein Tantawi, to seek the presidency in 2013.
Tantawi: Sinai "100% Safe"Egyptian military dictator Hussein Tantawi says Sinai is "100% safe" -- adds he won't be running for the Presidency.
Egypt Sets November 28 as Election DayCairo's caretaker junta has said elections for a new government, expected to take place in stages, will being November 28.
Mubarak Trial: Ruling General to TestifyEgypt's military ruler and other key generals have been called to testify under strict secrecy in the trial of Hosni Mubarak.