President Obama will announce a major surge in aid to fight the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, using U.S. military personnel.» Read More
Washington said countries in the Middle East have offered to join airstrikes against IS militants, but Britain held back.
The peer-to-peer home-sharing website Airbnb faces new opposition in New York.
He warned that a recent spate of antitrust investigations against foreign companies could have serious implications for relations, the WSJ reported.
Speaker John Boehner signaled that there would probably be a short-term extension of the U.S. Export-Import Bank.
Speculators suggest a boost in the Pentagon's budget after president Obama's televised speech regarding his plans for ISIS.
The United States its Western allies hit Russia with tougher new sanctions.
"A whole bunch of things have gone into that increase—a lot of it being a sign of the strengthening economy," economist Jason Furman says.
Democrats AND Republicans need to support Obama's new plan for defeating ISIS, says Larry Kudlow. Here's why.
CNBC's John Harwood got a chance to play himself on Amazon's new series "Alpha House." This is what he learned.
Buffett wanted to know what lawmakers might propose on inversions, Sen. Orrin Hatch says.
The U.S. government threatened Yahoo with a $250,000-per-day fine in 2008 if it did not hand over user data, declassified documents reveal.
The fiscal year-to-date deficit at the end of August stood at the lowest level since the same period in fiscal year 2008.
The United States and its European Union allies announced Thursday that they will be increasing their sanctions against Russia.
Although he stressed he would not put troops in combat roles there, Obama announced that he is sending another 475 service members to Iraq.
America must do whatever is necessary to defeat Islamic State militants who are leading insurgencies in Syria and Iraq, Sen. Marco Rubio tells CNBC.
The 9/11 attacks are not just a matter of history, says Rudy Giuliani, mayor of New York at the time of the terrorist attacks 13 years ago Thursday.
As the nation paused to mark the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks, little about the ceremony has changed. But so much around it has.
Politicians are criticizing a Defense Department program that outfitted local police with new military equipment.
While experts differed on what Obama should say, they cautioned against drawing any bright lines for future military involvement.
Here's a look back at some of the key statements that Obama has made about terror groups, and Syria that you won't hear from him Wednesday night.
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