Given everything going on in the world, it would be absolutely crazy for the Fed to raise rates now, says Ron Insana.
President Obama outlines the developing strategy to fight ISIS, and the danger ISIS poses to the world.
President Obama holds a closing news conference at the G20 summit in Turkey.
Medal of Honor recipient retired Army Capt. Florent A. Groberg joins "Squawk on the Street" after ringing the opening bell at the NYSE, and remembers those who died in combat operations in Afghanistan in 2012.
Medal of Honor recipient retired Army Capt. Florent A. Groberg receives applause on the NYSE floor before the opening bell.
The United States on Thursday carried out an air strike in Syria targeting the Islamic State militant known as "Jihadi John".
These two asset classes are showing troubling signs of a bubble, says Ron Insana. That could mean a top is near for stocks, too.
President Obama has upped U.S. engagement in Syria. Here's how to play energy markets in the wake of the escalating conflict, says Michael Bolliger.
The market may not be prepared for a geopolitical event, says Ron Insana. Is it time to play defense in your portfolio?
Almost $43 million of US taxpayers' money was spent to build one gas station, according to a government watchdog.
Nearly $43 million of U.S. taxpayers' money was spent on building a gas station in Afghanistan. NBC News reports.
A major earthquake struck northeastern Afghanistan on Monday.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Saturday the Kremlin wanted Syria to prepare for parliamentary and presidential elections.
Niall Ferguson, Harvard University, provides insight to U.S. foreign policy, including President Obama's announcement to keep troops in Afghanistan, Middle East unrest, and why he thinks it looks like Putin is in a position to call the shots.
President Obama announces the U.S. will keep current force of 9,800 American troops through most of 2016. President Obama speaks to his American troops and people, saying he does not send troops into harm's way lightly.
President Obama announces the U.S. will keep current force of 9,800 American troops through most of 2016, reports CNBC's John Harwood.
President Obama delivers a statement on Afghanistan, saying Afghanistan troops continue to step up in securing their own country. President Obama announces the U.S. will keep current force of 9,800 American troops through most of 2016.
President Obama delivers a statement on Afghanistan. He says our commitment to Afghanistan and its people endures.
The number of troops to remain in Afghanistan is much higher than President Obama's original target of 1,000, reports CNBC's Joe Kernen.
A staggering 52 developing countries suffer from "serious" or "alarming" levels of hunger, according to the new Global Hunger Index.