|New kids on the block
The People's Assembly discusses today a legislative amendment to prevent Mubarak era cronies from contesting Egypt's highest office, writes Gamal Essam El-Din
Tied up in knots
Further meetings of the constituent assembly charged with drafting a new constitution have been postponed indefinitely following a court order that the assembly be suspended, reports Gamal Essam El-Din
A model capitalist?
The Muslim Brotherhood's new look presidential candidate Khairat El-Shater is touting his "renaissance" project to whoever will listen. Amira Howeidy tunes in
A modified succession?
Dina Ezzat reports on the fall out from the Mubarak-era spy chief's bid to become president
MB talks in DC
In Washington Ezzat Ibrahim follows the progress of what the US media has termed the Muslim Brotherhood's charm offensive
After pulling out of Egypt's presidential race, Nobel Peace Prize winner Mohamed El-Baradei and his supporters have decided to form a new political party to defend the goals of the 25 January Revolution, reports Khaled Dawoud
Return of Operation Golden Eagle?
A rocket allegedly fired from Sinai into Eilat and a new bombing of the peninsula's gas pipeline may cause Egypt to launch a new operation in Sinai, reports Amirah Ibrahim
A declining force
The 6 April Movement's fourth anniversary brings little to celebrate, reports Mohamed Abdel-Baky
As summer begins, so do seasonal health scares, reports Reem Leila