Compiled 20:45 GMT
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK, PETER BAKER and MICHAEL R. GORDON
Egypt's military crackdown has left President Obama in a no-win position: risk a partnership that has been the bedrock of Middle East peace, or stand by while allies try to hold on to power by mowing down opponents.
By KAREEM FAHIM and MAYY EL SHEIKH
Riot police stood guard outside a mosque where Islamist protesters were sheltering Saturday, deepening the sense that Egypt was descending into anarchy.
By ELLEN BARRY
Over a period of 17 years, Russian and American scientists collaborated to remove hundreds of pounds of plutonium and highly enriched uranium from a nuclear test site in Kazakhstan.
By ROBERT MACKEY
The Lede is following events in Egypt on Friday, where Islamist protesters have taken to the streets to demonstrate against the military-backed government.
By KAREEM FAHIM
Many Egyptians say that the military had to crack down on pro-Morsi supporters and that the protesters were holding back the country with endless sit-ins.
By GARDINER HARRIS
Officials intend to use DNA analysis to identify the badly burned bodies found on the sub, which sank in Mumbai with 18 crew members aboard.