The latest from Egypt (LIVE BLOG)
Egypt's deadly unrest continues, with reports that an ambush in the Sinai peninsula killed at least 24 policemen Monday.
Egypt's Brotherhood gets the massacre it knew was coming
Just two days before security forces brutally cleared the pro-Morsi sit-ins in Cairo, demonstrators had waited nervously for the crackdown to begin.
Egypt's military: The army of the Nile-ists
Analysis: Egypt’s soldiers once rocked the world; now they’re protecting their assets.
Egypt on edge: Clashes break out between police, protesters
Intense clashes broke out between police and protesters on both sides.
What we're protesting today
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Egypt judiciary extends Morsi detention for 15 days
Morsi, overthrown by the military on July 3, was placed in detention on July 26 over his links with Hamas.
At least 12 suspected militants killed by Egyptian airstrikes in Sinai
Military officials say Egyptian helicopters fired at a gathering of suspected militants in the Sinai Peninsula, killing at least 12 of them.
Egypt's top sheikh calls for reconciliation talks
The head of Egypt's leading Islamic authority Al-Azhar, Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb, called for reconciliation talks intent on ending the country's political crisis.
For defiant Morsi supporters, negotiations with the military a 'betrayal'
The heightened rhetoric is raising concerns that Muslim Brotherhood leaders will ultimately be unable to control the radicalizing crowds they deployed to pressure the new government.
Egyptian officials cooperate with Israel on drone strikes: Report (VIDEO)
Israel launched a drone strike, reportedly killing five suspected militants, while working in cooperation with Egyptian authorities.
US military aid to Egypt leaves hundreds of unused tanks
The US spends $1 billion in annual military aid to provide Egypt with unnecessary equipment.
Backers of Egypt's Morsi defy government calls to clear streets
Egypt's army-installed government vowed on Wednesday to remove the protest camps.
Closing embassies is wise, even as it reveals US weakness
Commentary: Growing US unpopularity limits its influence in a chaotic region.
Egypt says crackdown on protest sit-ins is inevitable
Egypt's interim president said that efforts to mediate the political crisis have failed.
Muslim Brotherhood leaders to face trial for inciting murder; McCain, Graham visit Cairo
The leader of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood and his deputy will stand trial in three weeks on charges that include inciting murder in the protests to overthrow former President Mohamed Morsi.
Why now is a good time to invest in Egpyt
It might not be your first thought, but there is opportunity for growth in crisis-stricken Egypt.
Morsi supporters march in Cairo amid fears of violence
Anti-Coup Alliance, a group that supports ousted president Mohamed Morsi, called for a million-man march from 33 mosques Friday.
Egypt: Morsi supporters reject offer for 'safe exit' if they end sit-in protests
Supporters of former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi were promised 'safe exit' from protest camps.
Crackdown Alert: Egypt orders police to ‘put an end’ to Cairo sit-in
Egypt's police instructed to end demonstrations 'within the framework of the constitution, and the law;' US State Department urges restraint.
Senators McCain and Graham to travel to Egypt for talks with military leaders
Two leading US senators said they have been asked by President Barack Obama to travel to Egypt to urge the country's military to hold new elections.
US faces scorn, muddled policy in Egypt
Commentary: The Obama administration says it remains committed to the democratic process as a best solution for Egypt.
EU's foreign policy chief meets with Egypt's Mohamed Morsi
European Union's foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton met with Mohamed Morsi on Monday night, in what is thought to be the first outside contact the former president has had since the army deposed him four weeks ago.
Coup or not, Egyptians love the military
Decades of state-led affection for the army has made many Egyptians comfortable with the military takeover.
White House condemns Egypt military's crackdown
Dozens of of supporters of deposed Islamist president Mohamed Morsi were gunned over the weekend.
Egypt to push ahead with smart cards for gasoline
Subsidies of fuel products now eat up about a fifth of all state spending.
US urges Egypt to pull "back from the brink" after security forces fire on pro-Morsi sit-in
Secretary of State John Kerry condemned the killing of scores of Arab Brotherhood supporters during a sit-in at a Cairo mosque, calling for its Arab ally to respect freedom of expression.
With more bloodshed in Cairo, the Muslim Brotherhood remains defiant
"We will stay," supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi say after more than 60 of them are killed.
Egypt: Dozens of pro-Morsi supporters dead after overnight clashes
The violence followed Friday pro-government rallies backing a tough crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood.
Hamas reels as Egypt accuses movement of conspiracy, attacks
Hamas is under pressure as it finds itself in Egypt's crosshairs.
Egypt turmoil: 4 protesters speak out from both sides of the divide
Thousands of Egyptians are taking to the streets in rival demonstrations both in support of the military and to call for the reinstatement of ousted President Mohamed Morsi. Here's what they have to say.
Christians from Syria and Egypt seek refuge in the Caucasus
Georgia and Armenia are rolling out the carpet for Copts fleeing violence and discrimination at home, but they face serious obstacles to settling down.