Reporting on an 'Egypt in Crisis'
FRONTLINE and GlobalPost's Charles M. Sennott partner on a new film exploring Egypt's "deep state" — the military leadership that has apparently held on to power all along.
A divided Egyptian family reunites to break the Ramadan fast
Though father Saad and son Ahmed demonstrate on opposite sides, religious tradition brought them back together.
In Egypt 2013, democracy means military rule
What began as a popular uprising against the military regime has ultimately strengthened army control at the expense of Islamists and secular activists.
Egypt's 'deep state' never left
Analysis: General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is the new face of the old military guard holding tight to a huge piece of the Egyptian economy.
In blockaded Gaza, making gas masks with jars and paper towels
Short of supplies and worried about regional fallout from Syria strikes, Gazans fashion makeshift gas masks in case of a chemical attack.
Fumbles abound as Russians intercept Kerry’s desperation pass
Commentary: No rules govern this international game of dealing with Syria’s chemical weapons.
12 other big things that happened on 9/11
Most of them aren't good.
Is a violent insurgency taking root in Egypt?
A series of bomb attacks points to growing violence against the state following a bloody coup.
Sinai suicide bombing kills 6, wounds 17 in Egypt
Two suicide car bombers struck a military intelligence building and an army checkpoint in Egypt's increasingly unstable Sinai Peninsula on Wednesday.
Essay: On the anniversary of Chris Stevens' death, the region he loved is in turmoil
A year after US Ambassador Chris Stevens was killed in Benghazi, American diplomacy needs his guile and wisdom in the Middle East.
Egypt arrests 15 over attack on opposition leader Mahmoud Badr: Report
Mahmoud Badr, the founder of Egypt's Tamarod (Rebel) movement, is targeted.
11 amazing things Michele Bachmann has said about the Middle East and North Africa
The most recent amazing thing Bachmann did was to say that the Muslim Brotherhood is to blame for 9/11. There's so much more.
Egypt to dissolve Muslim Brotherhood as NGO: state media
Egyptian state media reports that the interim government has decided to revoke the Muslim Brotherhood's NGO status and will officially announce the move next week.
You're a good man, Hassan Rouhani
Or so the new Iranian president's Twitter offensive would have us believe.
Egypt's Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim survives bomb attack (PHOTOS)
Egyptian Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim survived an explosion in Cairo that he described as an attempted assassination.
Syria 'hemorrhaging' refugees as number of displaced tops 6 million (PHOTOS)
As the US heads for strikes against Syria, the country's refugee crisis hits massive proportions.
Egypt's Sinai: Militants reportedly killed by rocket attack
Egyptian attack highlights ongoing unrest in Sinai.
Egypt judicial panel says dissolve Muslim Brotherhood NGO status
The panel said that the Muslim Brotherhood was in violation of the law and should not be given NGO status.
Al Qaeda linked group urges Egyptians to fight military
The Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant urged Egyptians to fight against their nation's military rule in an audio message released on Saturday.
6 dead, dozens injured in fresh clashes across Egypt, health ministry says
Some demonstrators were calling for ousted President Mohamed Morsi's return to power while others wanted justice for relatives killed in the police crackdown.
Egypt will take steps to ban Al Jazeera broadcasts, ministers say
The network is threatening national security, three government ministers said in a statement Thursday.
Muslim Brotherhood leader Beltagi arrested
Egypt police arrested on Thursday Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed al-Beltagi.
With Brotherhood out, old order shapes Egypt's future
In language that would have been unthinkable only a few weeks ago, a state-run magazine this week described the 2011 uprising that toppled Mubarak as a "setback".
Russia could be the unlikely partner who helps solve the mess in Syria
Commentary: Assad isn't the real threat in Syria today; it's the radical Sunnis, who are the best organized of the rebel groups and who could easily take over were Assad overthrown.
Deaths in police custody revive Egypt rights fears
Disregard for human rights during Egypt's brutal crack down is reminiscent of the 2011 uprising.
Islamist groups offer proposal for truce with army in Egypt
Egypt's Gamaa Islamiya and Islamic Jihad movements have offered to broker talks between the government and the Muslim Brotherhood.
Egypt's Hosni Mubarak returns to court
Hosni Mubarak, the former Egyptian president, appeared at his retrial three days after being released from prison and placed under house arrest.
The world is picking sides in Egypt's conflict (PHOTOS)
Protests are erupting around the globe as people and governments pick a team in Egypt.
Syria and the world according to Obama
Analysis: Why the president’s Mideast policy makes a certain sort of sense, and why it can't fail to disappoint his supporters.
Anti-Muslim Brotherhood protests at White House, Washington Post and CNN (Storify)
The protesters began their march from the White House and continued to major news organizations like the Washington Post and CNN.
Why many Egyptians aren't angry about Mubarak's release
"Under Mubarak, we lived in a time of better security, a better economy and more stability.”