There are moments like the tragedy that unfolded in Egypt and Libya that test candidates. The element of surprise often illuminates a candidate’s ability to inspire and to lead.
Don’t drop last week’s controversial headlines regarding U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann and four other GOP House members who said that President Barack Obama’s administration has connections to the Muslim Brotherhood so fast.
President Barack Obama called Mohammed Morsi, Egypt’s president-elect, to congratulate him on winning the historic democratic election.
Mohammed Morsi calls Southern California home to at least some of his academic roots.
At least 74 people were killed and 248 injured after soccer fans rushed the field in the seaside city of Port Said Wednesday following an upset victory by the home team over Egypt’s top club, setting off clashes and a stampede as riot police largely failed to intervene.
Several hundred Coptic Christians outraged over the murders of Copts in Egypt and the burning of churches by Islamist fanatics protested in front of the Federal Building in Westwood Sunday.
The Middle East is in turmoil — so what does it mean for you here in Los Angeles?
CBS News Chief Foreign Correspondent separated from her crew and brutally assaulted on day Mubarak stepped down.
Ken Winans looks at the impact Egypt and other foreign political developments could have on U.S. markets.
A Caltech professor and Southern California resident arrived in Cairo and Sunday publicly called for President Hosni Mubarak to quit.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney on Saturday called Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak a good friend and U.S. ally, and he urged the Obama administration to move cautiously as turmoil continued to shake that nation’s government.
After seeing the developments in Egypt, many are asking if the White House has the ability — and the power — to do such a thing here in the States.
Egyptians here in the Southland say they’ll keep demonstrating until there’s a regime change in their home country.
Oil prices moved up to near $90 a barrel Monday as anti-government protests continued to rock Egypt and threatened to spread unrest across the oil-rich Middle East.
Demonstrators filled the streets in front of the Federal Building in Westwood and the Egyptian consulate to show solidarity with the uprising in Egypt and demand the ouster of the Egyptian president.