Google CEO Eric Schmidt says company is 'very proud' of Egypt's Wael Ghonim
Los Angeles Times
Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said Tuesday that Google is "very, very proud" of Wael Ghonim, the company executive who helped organize the 18 days of protests in Egypt that resulted in the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak. ...
Google Praises Executive's Role in Egypt Revolt
What Do Egypt and Jeopardy! Have in Common?
Egyptians are using Google Moderator to contemplate about new Egypt
US Follows Two Paths on Unrest in Iran and Bahrain
New York Times
President Obama accused Iran's leaders of hypocrisy for first encouraging the protests in Egypt, which they described as a continuation of Iran's own revolution, and then cracking down on Iranians who used the pretext to come out on the streets. ...
Obama Defends His Handling of Egypt, Iran
Obama careful in criticism of Iranian crackdown on protests
Egypt and Iran
US Had Year of Warnings Over Egypt
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—Early last year, a group of US-based human-rights activists, neoconservative policy makers and Mideast experts told Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that what passed for calm in Egypt was an illusion. ...
US aid to Egypt: What does it buy?
First Tunisia, then Egypt: Which Mideast autocracy will be next to fall?
Tracking the ripple effect
Pharaoh Without a Mummy
New York Times
One thing I can tell you about Egypt: It is not Las Vegas. What happens in Egypt does not stay in Egypt. For the last 30 years, that has been the bad news. Egypt was in a state of drift and decline and, as a result, ...
Military moves quickly to bring elections to Egypt
Egypt opposition feels strains from within
Egypt protesters remind army who is really in charge
Reuters Blogs (blog)
Egypt junta names panel to reform constitution
Sydney Morning Herald
Egypt's military rulers warned that a wave of strikes sweeping the country was "disastrous," as it gave a panel of civilian experts 10 days to revise the constitution. Against a backdrop of persistent nationwide walkouts and street protests, ...
Egypt's Military Names Constitutional Panel
Brotherhood plans to float a political party
Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Plans Political Party
CBS News' Lara Logan recuperating after Cairo attack
Los Angeles Times
CBS News said 'a dangerous element' surrounded Lara Logan and her crew in Egypt's Tahrir Square the day of President Hosni Mubarak's resignation, beating and sexually assaulting the journalist. Logan is recovering in a US hospital. ...
CBS News' Lara Logan in hospital after sexual assault in Egypt
CBS News' Lara Logan Hospitalized After Sexual Assault in Egypt
CBS correspondent Lara Logan sexually assaulted in Egypt
The future of a democratic Egypt
For a time it seemed that Egypt's leadership was responding - not so much to us but to their own people, who clamored for change. Egyptians had just witnessed the retreat of Syrian troops in Lebanon and the election of a new government; ...
Egypt Generals Running Day Care Adds Profit Motive to Political Transition
In Egypt, Power of the People Could Prove Fleeting
Mideast Unrest Spreads
Murky Methods the Key for Obama on Egypt and Debt Crisis
President Obama is taking flak for muted or muddled responses to both the crisis in Egypt and the debt and deficit crisis here at home. The complaint on both counts is that the chief executive isn't leading the way. ...
Egypt Government Found 'Off' Switch For Internet
Epitaphs for the Mubarak government all note that the mobilizing power of the Internet was one of the Egyptian opposition's most potent weapons. But quickly lost in the swirl of revolution was the government's ferocious counterattack, ...
Egypt Leaders Found 'Off' Switch for Internet
Egypt extends bank holiday for rest of week
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's central bank said the country's banks would remain shut for the rest of the week after closing since Monday because of strikes that disrupted business and a public holiday, state television said on Tuesday. ...
Banks In Egypt To Close Wed, Thurs Amid Strikes-Central Bank
Egypt's Banks Beg Workers To Come Back
Egypt: Strike wave deepens the revolution and threatens the power of capital