One Month After the Titanic Sank, the Washington Post Suggested a Mummy’s Curse Was to Blame
The U.S. Has Helped Nurture a New Generation of Dictators in the Middle East. Jamal Khashoggi’s Disappearance Is a Result.
Should I Eat This 3,200-Year-Old Egyptian Tomb Cheese That’s Possibly Infected with a Deadly Disease?
What Egypt Felt Like During the Arab Spring, and How It All Went Wrong
Human Rights Blogger Arrested in Egyptian Crackdown on Activists
Mohamed Salah Is Already a Soccer Legend. Now He’s Ready to Change the World.
Donald Trump’s Favorite “Animals” Are Dictators
Report: U.S. Tech Company’s Devices Were Used to Inject Surveillance Malware Into Computers in the Middle East
Egypt’s Largest Camel Race Highlights a Vanishing Way of Life
The Solar Grid Turns the Egyptian Revolution Into Science Fiction
How Did Scientists Discover a Massive Hole in the Great Pyramid?
Egypt’s Crackdown on LGBTQ People Has Entered a New Phase of Terror
How Bassem Youssef Became the Jon Stewart of Egyptian Politics
ISIS Claims Responsibility for Egypt Church Bombings That Kill Dozens on Palm Sunday
King Tut Had a Dagger That Literally Fell From Space
A Bleak Conversation About the Post–Arab Spring Middle East
Five Years After the Uprising That Brought Down Mubarak, Egypt Is More Repressive Than Ever
Report: 50 Killed in Attacks on Egyptian Military Checkpoints
Egypt’s 3,000 Forgotten and Stateless Palestinian Refugees Are Living in Legal Limbo
White House Resumes Military Aid to Egypt That Was Suspended After 2013 Coup