Competing demonstrations brought thousands to Cairo Sunday as protesters in Tahrir Square demanded Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi step down, and others rallied behind the leader near the presidential palace.
Remember when Fox Newsies loved democracy in the Middle East? That was when George W. Bush needed excuses for his invasion into Iraq. Now that democracy has actually spread there, not so much. Today on Fox & Friends, Laura Ingraham openly expressed
Tens of thousands of Egyptians have returned to the birthplace of last year’s popular uprising as officials say that delayed election results will be announced on Sunday...
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Bachmann Calls Arab Spring ‘Radical’
Gigi Ibrahim as featured on PBS's Frontline.
President Barack Obama should have known Egypt was going to have a revolution, according to the ranking member of the Armed Services committee. Sen. John McCain told CBS's Bob Schieffer Sunday that the Obama administration didn't do enough to support democracy in Egypt as protesters in the country were calling for President Hosni Mubarak to step down.
Wolfowitz Asks If A Political Party Can Be Considered Legitimate If They Don't Concede Equal Rights To Women
While continuing to parade one neo-con after another on Fox for their opinions on the revolution in Egypt, The Journal Editorial Review's Paul Gigot asks Paul Wolfowitz about the Muslim Brotherhood's potential participation in the transitional
When you have one family in charge, soaking everyone in Egypt for the right to do business, why, I can see how people might get a little angry about that: Mubarak -- who stepped down on Friday in the wake of massive protests that have gripped
During a special Brian Lehrer Show in WNYC's Greene Space, journalist and activist Mona Eltahawy reacts to the breaking news that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigned.
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