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British Prime Minister David Cameron, and President Obama, addressed issues of security and terrorism in a joint press conference on Friday.
President Obama discusses the preparedness of the United States and Europe to fight terrorism, saying the Muslim population in the U.S. feel themselves to be Americans.
In discussing the fight against terrorism, British Prime Minister David Cameron, says it will take great discipline and various work to counter "the death cult of a narrative perverting the religion of Islam."
British Prime Minister David Cameron addresses the fight against terrorism, and economic strategies for growth, in a joint press conference with President Obama.
CNBC's John Hardwood previews the joint news conference between President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron. Harwood says terrorism is the number one issue on the agenda.
Re/code's Kara Swisher, weighs in on the pledge by British Prime Minister David Cameron to tighten laws around encrypted messaging apps like Snapchat and WhatsApp.
Chris Chivvis, Associate Director, International Security and Defense Policy Center at RAND Corporation, says the ongoing "Operation Inherent Resolve" is already "very significant."
Belgian police killed two men during raids against an Islamist group that was about to launch "terrorist attacks on a grand scale".
Earlier today, Belgian police conducted a series of raids targeting an Islamist group. Details, with CNBC's Dominic Chu.
Ohio man sympathizing with Islamic State militants was arrested for allegedly planning to attack the U.S. Capitol with guns and bombs, court documents disclosed.
The Yemen branch of Al-Qaeda has claimed responsibility for the attack on French publication Charlie Hebdo. Myron Belkind, President of National Press Club, discusses the news.
Richard Jerram, Chief Economist at Bank of Singapore, says markets are still under-estimating the speed and scale of interest rate increases in the U.S. compared to worries over geopolitical events.
The U.K. Prime Minister has unveiled security measures that could see apps like WhatsApp and iMessage banned, following last week's attacks in Paris.
Former Gov. Bill Richardson, (D-N.M.), shares his thoughts on keeping the world secure from terrorism.
French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, whose offices were attacked last week by terrorists, is to print 3 million copies of its next edition depicting the Muslim Prophet Muhammed on the front cover.
WASHINGTON, Jan 12- President Barack Obama signed into law on Monday a bill that renews for six years a terrorism risk insurance program created in response to the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, the White House said. The program provides a federal insurance backstop for owners of skyscrapers, sports stadiums, shopping malls and large projects that could face terrorism...
Popular messaging services like Snapchat and WhatsApp are in the cross hairs in Britain. The NYT reports.
France is set to deploy 10,000 soldiers on their home soil after the recent terror attacks. CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports on the latest developments in Paris and how Europe needs to increase its level of security.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports French authorities have ramped up security, and shows video of terror suspect Hayat Boumeddiene passing through the Istanbul airport.
Eurasia Group's Ian Bremmer also says he's astonished that no top Obama administration figure attended the anti-terror rally in Paris.