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
Cairo’s Famed Islamic Art Museum Still Hasn’t Recovered From Last Year’s Terrorist Bombing
Egyptian Journalist Faces Libel and Slander Charges Over Role in Gay Bathhouse Raid
Ancient Egyptian Tomb Builders Had State-Supported Health Care
Did Egypt’s President Sisi Just Fall Into ISIS’s Trap?
A Tour of Cairo’s Surprisingly Rich Chinese Food Scene
When the Revolution Comes, Dictators Will Be … Just Fine
Netizen Report: Calls for Social Media Censorship in Name of National Security
What Is It Like to Be an Egyptologist?
Netizen Report: Egyptian Blogger Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison
Officers Are Back in Power in Egypt and Thailand. What Do We Know About How Militaries Rule?
Egypt’s Elections Won’t Be Free or Fair. But You Won’t See Fraud on Election Day.
What Egypt Could Learn From Brazil, India, or South Africa
Hunting for Guns and Drugs in Upper Egypt