At least 173 people were killed, including 10 policemen, after Friday’s violent clashes in Egypt. The death toll has reached more than 700 since Wednesday.
More than 500 people have reportedly been killed in one day as violent chaos continues throughout Egypt. Both the army and Muslim Brotherhood say they're not backing down, letting the seeming "war zone" to remain a battlefield, with churches being torched in revenge by the Brotherhood as coptic Christians support the army forces.
Violent clashes between pro-Morsi protesters and security forces across Egypt have resulted in around 100 deaths the injury of hundreds more, according to officials in the country.
Sen. Rand Paul reacted to increasing chaos in Egypt on tonight's 'Hannity.' In an interview with Eric Bolling, in for Sean, Paul responded to the Obama administration's reaction to the uprising in Cairo, after Jay Carney conveyed the president's "deep concern" for what's happening, but hesitancy to choose a side.
We're witnessing what could be the biggest protest in world history as millions gather in Cairo's Tahrir Square, demanding that Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi step down. Megyn Kelly discussed President Obama's hands-off policy this time around with Ralph Peters and Marc Thiessen.
A massive crowd of protesters have gathered in Tahrir Square demanding Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi to step down immediately. Shepard Smith reported that if he doesn’t step down tonight, the military has said it will step up its campaign against him and march on the presidential palace. Though, the military posted on its Facebook page that it doesn’t intend a coup.
Fox News correspondent Conor Powell updated us this morning on America's Newsroom on the chaos in Cairo, Egypt, as protests grow more and more violent. The protesters are calling for President Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood to step down by Tuesday afternoon or face even greater protests from the opposition