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  1. Following Morsi Power Grab, Egypt ETF Plunges

    Shares of the Market Vectors Egypt ETF (NYSE:EGPT) are off 7.3 percent on volume that surpassed the daily average less than three hours into Monday's trading session...

  2. Obama and Romney Face Off on Mideast Violence

    Bernard McGuirk, Imus in the Morning, and Tamara Holder, former prosecutor, weigh in on the Obama and Romney responses to Mideast unrest.

  3. Car Prices Reach Historic Highs

    FBN’s Robert Gray on the rising prices for cars.

  4. Year in Review: Right Back Where We Started

    The year now ending could well be characterized as one in which a whole lot happened -- but not a lot got done.One need look no further than U.S. stock market for pr...

  5. Tensions Mount in Middle East Ahead of U.N. Meeting

    Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton on the growing tension surrounding Israel.

  6. Reshaping Libya

    Former U.S. Ambassador to the UN John Bolton on efforts to reform a government in the aftermath of Muammar al-Qaddafi

  7. BART or Mubarak ?

    The Independent Institute’s Mary Theroux on BART’s decision to shut down cell phone service to prevent a protest.

  8. World Bank to take stock as Egypt scraps IMF loan

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The World Bank said on Sunday it would have to take stock of plans to lend to Egypt after the International Monetary Fund confirmed the author...

  9. Egypt says will not need IMF, World Bank funds

    By Edmund BlairCAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt will not borrow from the World Bank and International Monetary Fund after revising its budget and cutting the forecast deficit...

  10. Full Text: President Obama on the Middle East

    I want to thank Hillary Clinton , who has traveled so much these last six months that she is approaching a new landmark – one million frequent flyer miles. I count o...

  11. Dozens Killed as Gov't, Protesters Clash in Syria

    Syrian security forces shot dead dozens of protesters on Friday, rights activists said, the bloodiest day in a month of escalating demonstrations against the rule of...

  12. Egypt's Mubarak Hospitalized

    Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak , 82, entered hospital on Tuesday, a judicial source and the website of a state newspaper reported, two days after he was sum...

  1. How long will the Communist Party in Beijing stay in power?

    Former White House Economic Adviser Todd Buchholz on the implications of Hong Kong protests.

  2. Oil Holds Above $101 As Egypt Deadline Passes

    Oil prices held their ground above $101 a barrel on Wednesday as a military deadline in Egypt calling on the nation's President Mohammed Morsi to resolve the politic...

  3. Egypt ETF Tumbles as Violence Escalates

    Shares of the Market Vectors Egypt ETF (NYSE:EGPT), the lone ETF devoted exclusively to the North African nation, are off three percent today and currently hovering ...

  4. U.S. to Give Egyptian Government 20 F-16 Jets

    Diligent Innovations CEO Mike Barrett, American Enterprise Institute Resident Scholar Michael Rubin and FNC contributor Judith Miller on U.S. plans to give Egypt 20 fighter jets despite the growing unrest in the country.

  5. Phares: Reached Tipping Point In Syria

    FOX News terrorism expert Dr. Walid Phares discusses whether the U.S. will intervene in Syria if it unleashes chemical weapons.

  6. White House Supportive of the Egyptian President Morsi?

    FNC Middle East expert Walid Phares and Washington Institute for Near East Policy Fellow Eric Trager on the Administration’s handling of the growing protests in Egypt.

  7. What's Really Behind Protests in Egypt?

    Hoover Institution research fellow Kori Schake weighs in on unrest in Egypt.

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