A sign to some that the military will not keep power: Mohamed elBaradei will join the new administration
A little birdshot to the head won't get BBC's Jeremy Bowen down
As Egypt's military announces it has taken control of the country, Twitter responds
An evening military coup in Egypt forces U.S. cable news networks away from the ratings-bait of the George Zimmerman trial
Man behind controversial "Innocence of Muslims" film was sentenced earlier this month to a year in prison in California
Trailer for the film is still posted on the site and available in other countries
Sam Bacile purports to be a California real-estate developer and an Israeli Jew, but questions are swirling (Updated)
Three others also killed amid anger over "Innocence of Muslims"
"Winter of Discontent," one of a number of Middle-Eastern themed films screening at the fall festivals, has found an agent to handle sales
On opening day of Cannes, an intimate look at the revolution via a relationship between a woman and a man from the upper and lower...
NBC's chief foreign correspondent talks about his new series, which will debut on the iPad -- a product he doesn't own
From the Arab Spring to the Occupy Movement, protesters changed the world, Kurt Andersen writes
Jehane Noujaim, whose 2004 documentary was about Al Jazeera, has since been released from police custody
Actor was part of a demonstration in Tahrir Square calling on the country's military leadership to end emergency laws
Newscaster also grants interview to the New York Times about incident in Cairo
Exclusive: Networks are bleeding millions reporting on everything from the uprising in Libya to Japan's nuclear meltdown
The internet has brought women another quantum leap forward -- the web doesn’t stare at your ass
Social networking sites barred, as government tries to censor pro-democracy sentiment
"Daily Show" host gazes at Libyan leader, asks where he's seen that guy before
Twitter is the pulse of the fast-moving wave that is overtaking the Middle East as Gaddafi trembles, and Bahrain blinks
The White House and network won't reveal specific content of President's conversation with assaulted news correspondent
Why did it take four days to let us know about the attack? That information could've been critical to other reporters -- particularly women --...
Logan has been hospitalized in the U.S.; "60 Minutes" reporter was attacked on Friday, network says
"Daily Show" host tees off on his favorite target for suggesting Hitler's coming to Cairo
Privately the West has never believed that the Arabs were mature enough for democracy. Now change has arrived, and we better decide where we stand
Like the Egyptians and Mubarak, we are dealing with men who have the power to stifle the Fourth Estate -- our press
Two days after not being thrown in jail for felony grand theft, actress salutes peaceful political change in the Land of the Pharaohs and prays...
Wael Ghonim says presence of news stations helped protect demonstrators
UPDATED: From Al Jazeera to the Washington Post, how news outlets captured historic moment
Cable news, networks, 'Net and Twitter provide wall-to-wall coverage of latest drama in Cairo