Asian countries are wary about Beijing's growing power, and happy that America has made a forceful stand in the region. But China still brings home the bacon.
Shoe-throwing, tirades, and the general chaos at Mohamed Morsy's first day in court.
The Muslim Brotherhood may have the votes -- for now -- but Egypt is a ship without a rudder.
Egypt's new rulers are determined to tighten their grip on the media scene in Cairo. I should know -- they had me fired.
Insider accounts are shedding new light on the 18 days that brought down a pharaoh.
Mohamed al-Zawahiri was behind the protests at the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, but what he really wants is to make peace with the West.
No matter who wins the presidential elections, Egypt's revolution is in trouble.
Cairo's revolutionaries take to the streets during a chaotic weekend.
Egypt's battered revolutionaries can't decide if they're winning -- or on the verge of a historic defeat.
Why is Egypt's military shutting down NGOs? I thought we had a revolution.
The deposed Egyptian dictator's lawyer explains in an exclusive interview how he plans to defend a man once seen as above the law.
The hard-core activists who led the protests that ousted Hosni Mubarak are looking for other ways to make an impact. But with elections looming, are they losing the plot?
Survey data reveals what Egyptians expect from their new country, on everything from legal rights and education to the role of Islamic law.
It was striking workers that first inspired the Egyptian uprising. And they're still at it.
Why is al Qaeda keeping quiet about the Egyptian and Tunisian revolutions?
My week in Cairo began amid violence and culminated with Mubarak's ouster. But no one really knows what's coming next.
From the first protest to Mubarak's fall, the Egyptian revolution in photos.
Mubarak's not leaving and the joyous protests today in Tahrir square have turned angry. Will tomorrow bring a return to violence?
Running away from the Islamic party is exactly what the entrenched Egyptian ruling class wants America to do.
An exclusive interview with Egypt's catalyst for change on the turmoil in Cairo.
Mubarak may be holding on for now, but every day a little bit more, his base of support is eroding beneath him.
As the protests in Cairo enter their third week, the movement is picking up steam once again.
An emotional figurehead emerges after nearly two weeks in darkness, but the masses in Tahrir are moving further apart as the days progress.
Meet the young cyberactivists who've been planning Egypt's uprising for years.
In a wealthy Cairo enclave, Egyptians are eager to get back to their ordinary lives.