Fresh Turmoil Appears Likely in Egypt
With President Morsi pushing ahead of with a referendum on Egypt's constitution on Saturday, there is a good chance of violent clashes with the opposi (more…)
Israel and Hamas Agree to Cease-Fire
Israel and Hamas agreed to a cease-fire deal that took effect Wednesday evening in the Middle East. Josh Mitnick has reaction from Tel Aviv and tells (more…)
Thousands March Against Lebanon Government
Antigovernment protesters demonstrate Saturday in downtown Beirut. WSJ's Matt Bradley reports. Photo: AP
Egyptian Parliament Dissolved by Court
Egypt's highest court ruled to allow a former regime loyalist to run in presidential elections and to dissolve both houses of parliament, verdicts tha (more…)
Demonstrators Crowd Cairo's Tahrir Square
Thousands of demonstrators remained celebrating early Saturday morning in Cairo's Tahrir Square and outside Ittihadiya Palace, protesting pro-Morsi ac (more…)
Middle East Demonstrations Still Spreading
Hillary Clinton may have apologized for anti-Islam video but violent Middle East demonstrations against the U.S. continue to spread. WSJ's Matt Bradle (more…)
Egypt's Morsi to Meet With Top EU Diplomat
Egypt € s government accepts a request by the European Union € s top diplomat to see former President Mohammed Morsi. The ousted leader has (more…)
Deadliest Catch Season 9
While the veteran Captains of the iconic crabbing fleet prep for another dramatic danger-packed season, the young guns on board seek the opportunity t (more…)
Deadliest Catch Season 7
TEST - The Bering Sea is nothing if not relentless and has a way of exposing the soft spots and weak links in each crew, and this season is no differe (more…)
Deadliest Catch Season 10
While the veteran skippers cement their legacies on the Bering Sea, young guns set out to create their own. Phil Harris' son Josh is back as captain o (more…)
Egypt's Prime Minister Shows Support for Hamas
Egyptian Prime Minister Hisham Qandil made a historic visit to the Gaza Strip amid the biggest flare-up of violence in years between Israel and Hamas, (more…)
Protests Escalate in Cairo
Tensions in Cairo escalated late Friday despite the Muslim Brotherhood's earlier decision to suddenly cancel protests over an American-produced film m (more…)
Egyptians Rally Against Military
Demonstrators from across Egypt's political spectrum descended on downtown Cairo to protest a decree that extended the armed forces' grip on power. Ma (more…)
Egypt Asks IMF to Postpone Loan Request
Egypt's government asked the International Monetary Fund to postpone the country's request for a $4.8 billion loan, as widening social unrest saps the (more…)
Islamist Winds Egyptian Vote
Egyptian election officials declared the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Morsi the country's first freely elected president on Sunday. Matt Bradley has (more…)
Arrests Made in Libya in Connection With Embassy Attack
The Libyan government arrested four people Thursday in connection with the deadly attack on the American consulate Tuesday night as Libyan and U.S. of (more…)
Egypt's President Turns Tables on Military
Two months ago, Egypt's military was all-powerful, acting as the ultimate arbiter of Egypt's troubled progress toward democracy and clipping the power (more…)
Egyptian Protesters Storm U.S. Embassy
Egyptian protesters climbed the walls of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo and replaced the flag with a black standard bearing an Islamic inscription, in prot (more…)
Morsi Scales Back on New Powers
Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi has apparently agreed to scale back on his decree of near absolute powers after a meeting with the country's top judg (more…)
Egyptians Battle Outside Presidential Palace
Supporters and opponents of Egyptian leader Mohammed Morsi pelted each other with rocks and firebombs and fought with sticks outside the presidential (more…)
How Will U.S. Respond to Middle East Violence?
Violence spread throughout the night in the Middle East as protesters stormed the U.S. Embassy in San'a, Yemen. Julian Barnes and Matt Bradley have de (more…)
Egyptian President Morsi Condemns Violence
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi addressed his people late Thursday as his nation's army deployed tanks to clear the area outside the presidential pa (more…)
Egyptian Protesters Defy Morsi's Emergency Law
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi imposed emergency law and set a curfew in three cities where rioting against his rule killed about 50 people over th (more…)
Edgar Hansen Recalls His Worst Injury
02:32 — Edgar recalls the time Sig asked him, "What's coming out of your arm?!"
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