President Barack Obama called Mohammed Morsi, Egypt’s president-elect, to congratulate him on winning the historic democratic election.
More than a dozen Americans are accused of funding violent protests in Egypt. A Maryland student who witnessed the unrest is speaking out.
Egyptian prosecutors drop charges against three American students arrested in Cairo’s deadly clashes.
Egyptian police continue to hold three American college students in custody, including one by Georgetown University. That student’s mother says she has talked to her son on the phone for the first time since his arrest.
More than 400 Maryland National Guardsmen and their families are learning a hard lesson: not all deployments are equal.
She thought she was going to die and feared it would be “a torturous death.” CBS News Chief Foreign Correspondent Lara Logan is breaking her silence, two months after she was sexually assaulted in Egypt.
Hundreds of Maryland National Guardsmen are on their way to the Middle East. They’ll be gone from their families for one year.
105.7 The FAN’s Mark Zinno checks-in from Iraq and shares some of his daily life & some great pics.
The crisis in Libya is causing oil prices to soar. And in turn, gas prices are skyrocketing.
Egyptians in Maryland are celebrating after Hosni Mubarak stepped down as Egypt’s president.
It was not what they wanted to hear. Thousands of Egyptians gathered in Cairo expecting to hear their president announce his resignation. Instead, Hosni Mubarak told them he’s not going anywhere yet.
Preventing more chaos in Cairo is the goal as protests in Egypt enter their third week.