Egypt's military-led government is expanding its crackdown from the Muslim Brotherhood to academics, bloggers and liberal activists.
When Barbara Bush complains about dominant political families, she should know. The world must move beyond rule by bloodlines and a belief in inherited traits.
Egypt's constitutional referendum, which wraps up today, is taking the country further away from democracy. Many Egyptians seem just fine with that.
Nour al-Deen, who works in a coffee shop in a working class Cairo neighborhood, supported the 2011 ouster of Egypt's military-backed dictator Hosni Mubarak. Now he regrets it.
Three leaders of a group that played a key role in organizing protests that drove Hosni Mubarak from power in 2011 have been jailed. Their crime? Protesting.