After the Arab Spring
Complete coverage of the Arab Spring uprisings in the Middle East and the tumultuous rebuilding
Egypt army "AIDS detector" instead finds ridicule
Military leaders mocked after chief army engineer claims "miraculous" set of devices that detect and cure AIDS and other viruses
Egypt's interim gov't resigns as domestic woes mount
Amid litany of complaints over labor strikes, scant necessities and security trouble in wake of Morsi's ouster, PM el-Bablawi calls it quits
Libyan general makes dubious claim of gov't takeover
PM Zidan denies any power struggle, says situation in Tripoli "under control" after Major Gen. Khalifa Haftar says he's implementing new "road map" for fractured state
Egypt to try Al-Jazeera workers on terror charges
Australian, Dutch, 2 Britons among those accused of helping promote false news benefiting banned Muslim Brotherhood
Belligerent Morsi faces in court over plot to "destroy" Egypt
"Who are you? Tell me!" Muslim Brotherhood-backed president toppled by military angrily shouts as his 2nd trial kicks off in Cairo
Egypt’s military backs its leader for president
Army chief and de facto head of state Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi moved a step closer to declaring an official presidential candidacy
Violence mars third anniversary of Egypt uprising
Security forces crush demonstrations by Islamists who back ousted President Mohammed Morsi; at least 29 dead
Bombs target Egyptian police in attacks across Cairo
Officials say six people killed in string of four bombings around Cairo on eve of third anniversary of uprising that toppled leader Hosni Mubarak
Egypt's constitution passing with flying colors: official
Vote counting continues; charter seen as paving way for top general to run for president; major Islamist parties boycotted balloting
Al Qaeda-backed Sunni militants storm into Iraq cities
The battle between Sunni and Shia in Iraq is reaching levels unsurpassed since the height of fighting in 2004
Egyptian General al-Sisi's growing cult-like following
The man who ousted the Muslim Brotherhood has prompted a passionate response dubbed "Sisi-Mania"
Bomb blast in Cairo amid crackdown on Muslim Brotherhood
5 hurt in explosion in Egyptian capital; gov't declares political party a terrorist org, blames it for recent violence
3 core members of 2011 Arab Spring jailed in Egypt
Egypt’s military government shifts from prosecution of Muslim radicals to other critics using controversial new anti-protest law
Egypt’s military rulers move to restrict protests
Rights groups say new law aims to stifle opposition and keep security officials unaccountable for possible abuses
U.S. Embassy: American citizen detained in Egypt
Official confirms detention of American, says embassy working to gain access to unidentified detainee a day after clashes around country
Suicide blast kills Egyptian troops in Sinai Peninsula
10 dead, 35 more wounded in attack on bus carrying off-duty troops taking part in fight against Islamic insurgents in volatile region
Tahrir Square memorial brings new protests in Egypt
Many feel the new monument to people killed in the anti-Mubarak revolution is ironic, given the military junta’s non-desire to prosecute any killers
Egypt security forces targeted in Sinai Peninsula
Huge blast kills at least 2 near security HQ in south of restive peninsula, as gunmen reportedly attack troops in Nile Delta
Destruction of Syria's chemical weapons under way
An U.N.-led team dismantled mixed equipment, warheads, and aerial bombs over the weekend in Syria. The mission is expected to last until at least mid-2014. Norah O'Donnell reports.
What the U.S. can learn from suspected al Qaeda leader captured in Libya
In raids in Somalia and Libya, U.S. special forces struck against Islamic extremists who carried out terrorist attacks in Africa in 1998. CBS News senior correspondent John Miller, a former FBI assistant director, joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to explain what the U.S. can learn from captured suspect Nazih Abdul-Hamed al-Ruqai -- known by his alias, Abu Anas al-Libi.
60 Minutes: Assad and Obama on Syria's civil war
In the aftermath of a chemical weapons attack in the Syrian civil war, Charlie Rose speaks to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Scott Pelley interviews President Obama.
Mubarak back in Cairo court
An Egyptian court resumed the trial of ousted Egyptian ruler Hosni Mubarak for his connection to the deaths of hundreds of protestors. Mubarak was sentenced to life in prison in 2011, but his conviction was overturned on appeal. Vinita Nair reports.
Rep. Connolly: "Shadow of Iraq" hangs over Syria debate
Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., said the "shadow of Iraq" hangs over the debate over whether to intervene in Syria, saying he will wait to see final legislative language before deciding how to vote on a resolution authorizing the use of force.
Cummings: If we vote down Syria strike, "is Assad strengthened?"
Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., said Sunday that he has not decided how to vote on the proposed military action in Syria, but he worries that a vote against the resolution might strengthen Syrian President Bashar al Assad.
Senators predict tough debate in Congress about Syria strike
Sens. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., and Tim Kaine, D-Va., discuss how Congress will approach a vote authorizing a military strike on Syria.
Lois Lerner pleads the fifth again, doesn't testify on IRS targeting
400-mile stretch of Texas now without an abortion clinic
Florida man hangs KKK flag outside trailer home
Plunging mall traffic is killing some restaurants and stores
Judge rules against New Jersey teen suing parents for support