And lost its leverage everywhere.
As the body count rises in Cairo, the Muslim Brotherhood insists it will stick to non-violent resistance. But even its members admit that they can't convince everyone to go along with the plan.
Is the turbulent Middle East bringing Sunni and Shiite jihadists together, or driving them to war?
As Egyptian authorities use brute force to disperse two pro-Morsy sit-ins, protesters vow to resist the crackdown until the bitter end.
Photos of one of Egypt's most deadly days since the revolution. Warning: Some images are graphic.
Why a small town in Libya refuses to give up custody of the revolution’s most high-profile prisoner.
Why rationalizing Egypt’s coup as a necessary evil is so self-destructive.
Why we must stand and support the Muslim Brotherhood's fight for democracy.
Egypt's army chief isn't an Islamist -- in fact, his work at the U.S. Army War College suggests he may be a Mubarak clone.
Prison breaks, the embassy shut down, and an al Qaeda comeback all reveal one thing: we're still handling the terror threat wrong.
The United States used the Pakistan playbook on Yemen's terrorists. It didn't work.
An exclusive conversation with European radicals fighting for an Islamic state in Syria.
How the Ryan Braun scandal explains Egyptian Revolution punditry.
In trying to save Egypt, the military and the Brotherhood may end up destroying it.
In the wake of the massacre at the Islamist sit-in, supporters of deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy count their dead and prepare for the next round of violence.
A power-hungry general, defiant Islamists, and massive protests have set the stage for a showdown in Cairo.
In a small Egyptian town, a corpse washes ashore. And then things get really ugly.
Why Washington's policy toward Cairo is pretty spot on (except for a few things).
Can switching up seasons save the 2022 tournament in Qatar?
Intervention could cost a billion per month, top officer tells senators.
If the United States wants its Middle East mojo back, it's going to have to pay to play.
Forget Egypt and Syria. Israel-Palestine is still issue No. 1 in the Middle East.
Egypt's new rulers have $12 billion to spend. Can they make enough economic progress to stave off disaster?