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With a blanket pardon to political prisoners, President Mohamed Morsi looks like he's on the revolution's side. But will anyone believe him?
Armed with heavy weapons from Libya and elsewhere, militants have set up shop in the Sinai Peninsula.
Or is it being airbrushed? Cairo's city government is cleaning up Egypt's symbolic center of protest.
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi is expected to use his speech at the United Nations General Assembly to further restore Egypt’s status as a global player and to distance himself from the pro-US policies of Hosni Mubarak.
The anti-American furor that gripped Cairo last week may say more about local political rivalries than anyone’s views about the United States or Islam.
The protesters may have dispersed, but a serious debate over America’s role in the Middle East has just begun.
Analysis: While anti-Islam film was a trigger, longstanding grievances against US influence and deep, unaddressed socioeconomic problems appear to be fueling the unrest.
Egyptians and Libyans denounce the "extremist" fringe responsible for attacks on US missions in their countries.
Syria’s conflict, already beset by meddling from foreign powers like Iran, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and others, appears to have garnered yet another external player.
The US is suddenly competing for influence over its most stalwart ally in the Middle East.
Morsi's appearance at the NAM summit in Tehran marks the first symbolic shift in Egypt’s foreign policy since Mubarak's ousting.
Mohamed Morsi has subdued the military. Taming the country’s electricity problems may be a tougher challenge.
The new president appears to be taking a page from the old strongman Hosni Mubarak.
It started as a democratic uprising. Now, it’s a transnational war on Syrian turf.
Muslim Brotherhood-backed President Mohamed Morsi boldly seizes power from Egypt’s powerful military. Can he survive?
The air assault on militants in Sinai was the first time Egypt's military has scrambled its air force in more than 30 years.
Michelle Bachmann says Huma Abedin has connections to the Muslim Brotherhood. The Muslim Brotherhood says, "Who?"
Suleiman was one of the CIA's most-trusted allies in the war on terror, running the "extraordinary rendition" program that allowed for torture of terror suspects.
Damascus bombing that killed top Syrian officials met with joy and skepticism among Syrian activists.
Palestinians are hopeful that Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's new president, could breath new life into the peace process.