More than 900 people have died in the violence across Egypt over the past week. And now, 51% of Americans say the United States should cut off the $1.3 billion in military aid we give that country each year.
But the Obama administration said Monday it hasn't yet decided - its review of the situation is still "ongoing."
One, incredibly powerful group wants to keep the money flowing to egypt.
CNN's Chris Lawrence has the OutFront investigation.
At least 580 people have been killed and more than 4,000 injured in violent clashes in Egypt.
President Obama canceled a joint military exercise with Egypt, but some are calling on the administration to do more, including cutting off aid.
State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki tells Erin Burnett why Egypt is still receiving aid.
Egypt is spiraling out of control.
Scores are dead as interim government forces continue to clash with supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi.
State TV reports at least 278 people were killed today, making it the country's single deadliest day since the 2011 revolution.
OutFront: Assistant Secretary of State P.J. Crowley.
In Egypt, U.S. diplomats are visiting for the first time since the ousting of elected President Mohammed Morsy.
Deputy Secretary of State William Burns is meeting with interim government leaders, urging a resolution to the unrest that has gripped the nation over the past two weeks.
Nick Paton Walsh is in Cairo.
Are you in Egypt? Send us your experiences, but please stay safe.
In Cairo, more than 50 people died in clashes with police.
Our Ben Wedeman is in Cairo with the latest.