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.”
Israel: Chemical weapons were used in Damascus attack
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says: "We simply cannot allow the world's most dangerous regimes to acquire the world's most dangerous weapons."
Hosni Mubarak, ousted president of Egypt, released into house arrest
Hosni Mubarak, who ruled Egypt for 30 years before he was deposed in 2011, was released from prison Thursday, but will remain under house arrest in a hospital.
Q & A: Can civil society save Egypt?
Egypt may be backsliding into military rule. GlobalPost talked to analysts about who else could play a role in the country's future.
Aid to Egypt can retain limited US influence with the ruling generals
Commentary: As we descend into a world of waning US importance, what influence the US still retains is even more critical.
Top Brotherhood official tells GlobalPost: Egyptians won't accept old regime
Former Investment Minister Yahia Hamed talks about what's next for the world’s oldest political Islamist movement. Will it recover to lead Egypt again? Here's what he said.
Q & A: Why Saudi Arabia loves the Egyptian military
Saudi Arabia, the United States and the rest of the Middle East are all in some way entangled and invested in Egypt's bloody struggle.
Court orders release of Hosni Mubarak, former Egyptian president
An Egyptian court ordered the release of Hosni Mubarak, the former president of Egypt who was ousted in 2011, but he might be placed under house arrest.
Taking sides in Egypt: 3 Questions with Ambassador Nicholas Burns
Support the military or the opposition? GlobalPost's senior foreign affairs columnist weighs in on the diplomatic maneuvering now underway.
Chatter: Egypt is running out of top Muslim Brothers to arrest
Egyptian security forces detain one of the few senior members of the Muslim Brotherhood they hadn't already jailed, Pakistan's former military ruler is charged with murder, the Guardian's surveillance scoops bring it some unwelcome visits from the spooks, and the very expensive vices of China's rich and infamous.
Mohamed Badie, Muslim Brotherhood's top leader, arrested in Egypt
General Guide Mohamed Badie is the latest Muslim Brotherhood figure to be detained by Egyptian security forces.
As protests in Egypt intensify, anger turns toward Christian minority
As many as 52 Coptic Christian churches looted and set ablaze following last week's bloody military crackdown.
Eyewitness to the bloodshed: A day of death at Cairo's Rabaa Square
A resident of the area where the massacre took place on Aug. 14 describes the scenes of that awful day.
Muslim Brotherhood's top leader arrested amid Egypt unrest (LIVE BLOG)
While Egypt declares three days of mourning for the 25 policemen killed in the Sinai peninsula, security forces arrest the Muslim Brotherhood's top leader.
Hosni Mubarak will be freed 'within 48 hours,' says lawyer
A lawyer for Hosni Mubarak says that Egypt's former strongman president is set for release this week after a proscutor cleared him of corruption charges.
Chatter: Walk like an Egyptian former dictator
Amid the chaos, Egypt looks set to free jailed former president Hosni Mubarak; the UK detains the journalist's partner who knew too much; Oscar Pistorius gets a trial date; and Kim Jong Un wants you back. Please?
In gifs: A story of Egypt's rage
These few graphic scenes demonstrate just how harrowing it got in Egypt over the last week.
Congress divided over cutting off aid to Egypt
Lawmakers are split over whether cutting off the $1.5 billion in annual aid to Egypt would help or hurt the US's cause.
Heavy gunfire erupts at Cairo mosque
Heavy gunfire was heard on Saturday as Egyptian security forces attempted to storm a mosque near Cairo's Ramses Square where some 700 anti-coup protesters had taken refuge.
Reporter's notebook: death in Cairo's Ramses Square
Gunfire changes this Muslim Brotherhood protest in an instant.
Here are the top 10 American corporations profiting from Egypt's military
The US government gives Egypt $1.3 billion a year. Egypt then uses that money to buy weapons from US corporations.
The big issue in Egypt that no one's talking about
It's at the root of all the country's problems, and it just got a whole lot worse.
Muslim Brotherhood supporters around the world react to Egypt crackdown
Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi protested around the world on Friday.
Analysis: As Obama dithers, the region is spinning out of control
The political cost of inaction mounts as the crisis in Egypt (and Syria) deepens.
Chatter: Egypt's day of rage
Egyptians brace for more bloodshed as the Muslim Brotherhood calls a day of protests, South Africa remembers the Marikana tragedy, New Zealand survives a 6.5 earthquake, and the little lion that could (bark).
Rage and disbelief as Egypt reels, counts its dead
Egypt's army defiant in the face of international condemnation as hundreds are confirmed dead in brutal state crackdown.
Egypt chaos: Not everyone in Cairo is unhappy with the violence
Even with hundreds dead, many Egyptians are applauding the security crackdown on the Islamists.