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CNBC's Sue Herera reports authorities have identified ISIS executioner Jihadi John, Standard Chartered has a new CEO, and Barnes and Noble is set to spin-off its college book unit.
Three men living in Brooklyn were allegedly plotting to join ISIS overseas, reports WNBC-TV Jonathan Dienst. Two of the men did have plane tickets before being arrested.
BLOOMINGTON, Minn.— The Mall of America has provided a rare glimpse into security at the nation's busiest shopping center after an online video purportedly produced by a terrorist group urged extremists to attack shopping malls in Western countries. The Bloomington megamall has some 40 million visitors each year and the behind-the-scenes steps taken to...
The West has failed to come up with a clear strategy to deal with ISIS, argues Ron Wahid, CEO of Arcanum Global Intelligence.
Discussing a terror threat against America's malls and its impact on security and consumers, with Michael Kerchevel, International Council of Shopping Centers president & CEO.
In finding the Palestinian authorities liable in the attacks, jurors awarded the victims $218.5 million in damages for the bloodshed.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on terror threats against American malls.
Store managers say crowds at the Mall of America are about normal, despite a terror threat on American shopping malls, reports NBC's John Yang.
NEW YORK— The Palestine Liberation Organization and the Palestinian Authority backed a series of terrorist attacks in the early 2000 s in Israel that killed or wounded Americans, a U.S. jury found Monday in awarding hundreds of millions of dollars in damages at a high-stakes civil trial. The case has been viewed as the most notable attempts by American victims...
A video purported to be by Somalia's rebel group al-Shabab urged Muslims to attack shopping malls in the U.S. and other Western countries.
Terror in Copenhagen and Paris has renewed an old debate: should free speech countries adopt or strengthen blasphemy laws?
Cazeneuve's one-day visit to San Francisco and Silicon Valley comes weeks after terrorist attacks in Paris left 20 people dead, including three gunmen. On Jan. 7, two gunmen killed 12 people and injured 11 more during an attack on the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris. A third gunman killed a policewoman Jan. 8 and then killed four more people a day later...
"Meet the Press" moderator Chuck Todd discusses the economics of terror groups like ISIS.
ISIS operations in Libya are making headlines and inciting pronouncements from European officials, but the size of its reach is unclear.
Georgia Sen. Johnny Isakson (R), makes the strong case for going after ISIS immediately, and the costs to the economy and the country if nothing is done.
WASHINGTON, Feb 19- France's chief internal security official is traveling to California's Silicon Valley to discuss his government's concerns about violent jihadist social media messaging with leading tech and Internet companies. French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve told a Washington news conference on Thursday that "all the Internet...
NEW YORK— The PLO and Palestinian Authority should not be blamed for terror attacks in Israel that killed or wounded Americans in the early 2000 s, the groups' lawyer told a New York City jury Thursday, but the victims' attorney insisted the organizations sanctioned the bloodshed. The civil case in Manhattan and another in Brooklyn have emerged as the most notable...
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a potential Republican presidential candidate, discusses U.S. strategy to fight terrorism.
Highlights from President Obama's anti-terror summit, with CNBC's John Harwood.
The first homeland security secretary said Tuesday the U.S. terror risk is higher now than on 9/11, the Fiscal Times reports.