Spigots, tranches and answering a seemingly simple question on Egypt

When it comes to whether the US has cut off aid to Egypt, there is no easy answer.

Sunday show roundup: Lawmakers debate Egypt aid

More senators called for suspension of Egypt aid, while other lawmakers disagreed.

What does the American public want in Egypt? Not much.

The American public doesn't want anything to do with Egypt's conflict.

U.S. choices on Egypt: a rock or a hard place

Egypt’s military takeover has sparked a renewed debate over a critical aspect of the United States’ relationship with the Arab world: the more than $1.5 billion the U.S. provides in foreign assistance to Egypt each year

Sunday show roundup: Should the U.S. suspend aid to Egypt?

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) says yes, but other lawmakers aren't convinced.