The Associated Press
Muslim Brotherhood's rise sparks concern democracy will be fleeting in Egypt
After thousands of years as the land of the pharaohs and decades under dictators, Egypt could find its experiment with democracy brief, some analysts worry.
Transforming Egypt's Economy, Military Daunt Morsi
Egypt's new Islamist president portrays himself as simple man as he claims ...
Egypt's new leader claims revolution's mantle
Egypt's new president faces burden of expectation
CAIRO (Reuters) - If Egypt 's new president, Mohamed Mursi, needs any reminder of the weight of expectations bearing down as he begins work, he can glance from a window of the presidential palace.
Egypt's Islamist president-elect to be sworn in
Egypt's first Islamist president to be sworn in
Egypt president-elect vows to fight for authority
New Egypt government to approach IMF soon: finance aide
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt will approach the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and other financial institutions to help get its economy back on track once new President Mohamed Mursi appoints a government,
Egypt's new government to approach IMF for economic aid
New Egypt government may approach IMF soon: Sources
Egypt's Mursi Boosts Military Pensions by 15 Percent
Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi ordered that the pensions of military personnel be raised by 15 percent instead of an earlier proposal of 10 percent, the official Middle East News Agency reported.
New York Times
Egyptian Apathy on Human Rights
New York Times
Egyptians show scant sympathy for those who have fallen afoul of the army, or are assaulted by the mob.
Situation in Egypt demands complete overhaul
Now Egypt has got officially its first civilian elected president, who happens to be an Islamist, representing the mainstream political-Islamist group in the region — Muslim Brotherhood. Regardless of formalities and talk of clandestine deals between ...
Jordan courting Islamists after Morsy's victory
Can Egypts new president be its Mandela?
Egypt Policy Shows How Well Obama Has Managed America's Decline
Foreign policy often consists of helping to broker outcomes that are merely bad, not catastrophic. Had Obama tried to preserve a repressive regime willing to do America's bidding, things in Egypt would be even worse than they are now.
The Real Reason the US Should Consider Cutting Military Aid to Egypt
It's not just about deterring the country's generals from grabbing power -- it's about demonstrating that the U.S. is making democracy a top priority in the Middle East.
Egypt electoral upset leaves Shafiq campaigners out in the cold
In New York's Little Egypt, the homeland matters
Jimmy Carter says Egypt military violated commitment to power transfer
Hilton Worldwide adds two hotels to its Egypt portfolio
DUBAI, U.A.E. and MCLEAN, Va. - Hilton Worldwide, Egypt's largest hospitality provider, has signed an agreement with long-standing business partner, ...