Archeologists unearth rare Egyptian sarcophagus and gold seal in Israel

Archeologists have unearthed a rare tomb in Israel with an Egyptian ceramic sarcophagus. Inside, the body of a man who died about 3,300 years ago along with a gold scarab with the name of Seti I, the father of Ramses II—the pharaoh that enslaved Moses and the Jews according to the Bible myth. But the buried man was not … » 4/12/14 12:52am 4/12/14 12:52am

Three Crazy James Bond Villains Were Caught Trying to Cut Through The…

While the Internet at large was freaking out about an apocalyptic attack that wasn't really happening yesterday, something nefarious was going down at the bottom of the sea. Egyptian authorites found a trio of divers down there attempting to sever a crucial submarine communications cable. » 3/28/13 11:10am 3/28/13 11:10am

Shutting Down the Internet Only Accelerates Revolutions

Though many of the Middle Eastern revolutions have come and gone, the prevailing reasons behind them are still under much debate. The conflict largely hinges on whether or not social media can create action. According to one theory, it can actually stop it. » 8/29/11 7:20pm 8/29/11 7:20pm

Secret FBI, CIA Documents and Sex Video Tapes Found At Egypt's Terror…

This mountain of shredded paper taking over several rooms was found inside the Egyptian Secret Police's headquarters in Cairo last Saturday. About 2,500 angry demonstrators invaded the building in what Egyptians are now calling their Bastille Day, finding documents and tapes that may soon send shockwaves around the… » 3/07/11 5:00pm 3/07/11 5:00pm