Features by Kimberly Adams
Posted In: Egypt
The White House has decided to cut some military aid to Egypt. But the impact won't be felt among regular Egyptians.
Posted In: Egypt, syria, refugees
Egypt once gave a warm welcome to Syrians fleeing the country's civil war but as more have come the welcome is wearing thin.
Posted In: Egypt, Transportation, middle east
Egypt's new government has suspended the national rail service. This is bad news for most Egyptians, but good news for the country's microbus drivers.
Posted In: Egypt
What happens to business when a country is in chaos?
Posted In: Egypt, morsi
Today the military-backed government of Egypt declared a month-long state of emergency -- as supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi continue to clash with security forces.
Posted In: Egypt, morsi, subsidies, middle east
Turmoil continues in Egypt, but as news of $12 billion in aid and an interim prime minister appointment take hold, life on the ground in Cairo is also changing.
Posted In: Cairo, Egypt, Tahrir Square, tourism
Violent clashes between rival political factions, the army and police are scaring off tourists in a country where 10% of the economy is tourism-related.
Posted In: Egypt, morsi, Cairo
Egypt has sworn in an interim president, but it's not clear how much time the public will give him to solve the country's ongoing economic problems.
Posted In: Egypt, Tahrir Square
Egyptian coup leaves freelance journalist a choice between on-the-ground reporting and risks to her safety.
Posted In: Egypt, morsi, stock market, Cairo
Markets in Egypt rose so quickly this morning officials had to temporarily suspend trading.