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  • Police and TSA need to be trained on suspicious behavior: CEO

    Talk on airport security and the Brussels terror attack with licensed pilot Anthony Roman, Roman Associates, and Rafi Sela, AR Challenges CEO.

  • Europe enforcement is highly professional: Fmr. Homeland Security

    Robert Liscouski, former assistant secretary with the Department of Homeland Security, and Helima Croft, RBC Capital Markets, weigh in on the Brussels terror attack and President Obama remaining in Cuba.

  • Belgian PM declares 3 days of national mourning

    CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports the latest developments live from Brussels.

  • Kasich criticizes Obama for not returning to DC

    Presidential candidate John Kasich criticizes President Obama for not returning to Washington D.C. from Cuba after the Brussels terror attack.

  • Fmr. Amb. Korologos: Too many governments involved in Belgium

    Former U.S. Ambassador to Belgium Tom Korologos discusses the terror attacks in Brussels, and how the city's position as the capital of Europe may attract such activity.

  • Significance of Brussels attacks in US

    CNBC Contributors former Democratic Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell and former Republican Texas Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison discuss the attacks in Brussels, and the implications for refugees in the United States.

  • Maybe not done with this current wave of terror: Pro

    Colin Clarke, global terrorism expert at the RAND Corporation, discusses the attacks in Brussels and the jihadi presence across Europe.

  • Belgian prosecutor: Device containing nails found

    CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest information on the terror attacks in Brussels, including Belgian prosecutors saying that an explosive device containing nails, an ISIS flag, and chemicals have been recovered in on-going raids across the city.

  • Brussels travel impact

    CNBC's Mary Thompson reports from Newark Liberty airport about the Brussels attacks affecting travelers in the U.S.

  • Where has the West gone wrong on terror?

    Maajid Nawaz, Quilliam Foundation chairman, discusses the sentiment in Europe surrounding terror and radical Islam in the aftermath of the Brussels attacks.

  • This is an inflection point for EU: Kempe

    Fred Kempe, Atlantic Council CEO, discusses the political challenges in the European Union surrounding open border rules and combating terrorism.

  • McAfee: We have the technology for cybersecurity solutions

    McAfee Founder, John McAfee, talks about the security of communication networks and devices in the light of the Brussels terror attacks and Apple's fight against the FBI.

  • Fragmentation in Brussels police and security forces

    Tara Palmeri, reporter at Politico, reports from Brussels following the terror attacks earlier in the day and the state of Belgian police and security authorities.

  • Raids in Belgium for airport attack suspect

    CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest information on the terror attacks in Brussels, including Belgian police conducting raids searching for suspect that survived the airport attack.

  • First plane to land in US from Brussels

    A TUIFly flight from Brussels has landed in Orlando, Florida; the first plane to enter the U.S. from Belgium after the attacks.

  • NYT's Rubin: Belgian officials are uncertain what's unfolding

    Alissa Rubin, Paris bureau chief for The New York Times, talks about a press conference with Belgian leaders following the Brussels attacks.

  • Pro: Brexit would be bad for European markets

    Matthew Beesley, Head of Global Equities at Henderson Global Investors, discusses the European market reaction to the Brussels attacks and other risks investors are looking at like a Brexit.

  • Belgian PM: Enemies oppose fundamental values

    CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest information on the terror attacks in Brussels, including the Belgian prime minister and federal prosecutor releasing statements.

  • Adm. Stavridis: Build bridges, not walls to combat terror

    Admiral James Stavridis, Dean of The Fletcher School at Tufts University and Former Supreme Allied Commander at NATO, discusses combating terrorism globally in the aftermath of the Brussels attacks.

  • BIll George: European unity is more important than ever

    Discussing the Brussels attacks and the importance of security in the European Union with Bill George, Harvard Business School professor, former Medtronic Chairman & CEO and CNBC Contributor.