In yet another move to silence opposition, Egyptian state prosecutors ordered the arrest of a satirist (also known as the Egyptian Jon Stewart) for allegedly "belittling" President Morsi.
Fatma Nabil is the first journalist to appear on Egyptian state TV with a hijab. She represents a new era of personal freedom and the end of state-sponsored oppression.
Egyptians have gone to the polls in a historic election. Get results live.
Whoever runs the U.S. embassy in Cairo’s Twitter feed is snarky and not about to take any ... well you know.
Thousands of Coptic Christians have gathered to pay their respects to Pope Shenouda III, who died on Saturday at the age of 88.
25-year-old Egyptian activist Samira Ibrahim was forced to undergo a “virginity test” conducted by a male army doctor. Now she's taking on the Egyptian military and corrupt justice system.
In an interview with the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Morsi, Dalia Malek finds contradictions between the organization's actions and public statements.
Did you know Egypt's new president used to help NASA develop space shuttle engines?