Related Topics: EgyptMohamed MorsiMuslim BrotherhoodIslamIslamismHosni MubarakDemocracyAncient EgyptPresident of the United StatesGamal Abdel Nasser
Gunmen attacked a bus carrying Coptic Christians Friday, killing dozens and wounding others.
Spoiler: It's just as bad as it looks.
Answers to the questions that you were too afraid to ask.
In a scathing letter to the editor, U.S. Ambassador Anne Patterson accuses Egypt's Al Ahram newspaper of "outrageous, fictitious, & thoroughly unprofessional" journalism ahead of her Friday exit
Despite calls for slashing $1.3 billion in annual military assistance, Washington is unlikely to cut much. The facts suggest it would not stop the violence anyway.
Christians have had a presence in Egypt longer than they've had one in Europe. But when crisis comes, they're often the first to get the blame. Why?