The Patriot Act authorities give the FBI flexibility to intercept the calls of terror suspects who continuously switch phones during the course of an investigation and to conduct surveillance on "lone wolf" individuals who pose threats but aren't affiliated with an international terrorism organization. But recently he has expressed more concern about...» Read More
Stephen Pagliuca, Bain Capital managing director and Boston Celtics co-owner, discusses the 1-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings and how the city has overcome the tragedy.
Dutch police arrested a 14-year-old girl after she sent a tweet to American Airlines pretending to be a member of Al Qaeda and threatening an act.
U.N. Security Council has called an emergency meeting at Russia's request to discuss the growing crisis
NBC's Pete Williams reports airlines have been notified to pay extra attention to explosives in the shoes of travelers from overseas to U.S flights.
In its surveillance for terrorism suspects, the NSA has been trying to exploit a basic byproduct of modern telecommunications. NYT reports.
A suicide car bomber blew himself up in the parking lot of a top security compound in central Cairo on Friday, killing at least four people.
More than 98 percent of voters backed a new Egyptian constitution in a referendum this week, authorities said on Saturday, though the turnout was lower than some officials had indicated, with under 40 percent of the electorate taking part.
Ray Kelly, former New York City police commissioner, discusses security measures for the Super Bowl. Jonathan Tisch, chairman of Loews Hotels & Resorts, weighs in.
Egypt will be able to return to democracy and stability, Mohammed Elnawawy, the CEO of the Egypt Telecom has told CNBC.
On this edition of Access: Middle East, we speak exclusively to Egypt's interim Prime Minister about the country's security. Find out why he believes the Muslim Brotherhood is a terrorist organization and what the government plans to do to combat acts of terror.
Egypt's outlawed Muslim Brotherhood party is increasingly isolated and "in a corner," the country's interim Prime Minister said.
NBC's Jim Maceda reports the suicide bomber in Volgograd, Russia has been identified, and on the security measures being taken to protect athletes and attendees at the winter games.
A state of emergency has been called in Volgograd, Russia, after dozens of people are reported dead and injured by a suicide blast on a trolley earlier today in the city. The third deadly attack in four days. NBC's Jim Maceda reports on the violence in Russia.
Lilit Gevorgyan, senior economist at IHS, discusses the suicide bombings in Russia and explains that while no one has yet to come forward, the "Black Widows" group could be responsible.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports an aviation technician has been arrested at the Wichita airport for allegedly attempting to set off a suicide car bomb.
Israel's relationship with the U.S. is a "strategic asset," Israel's finance minister said, as he sought to tone disputes over Iran's nuclear deal.
Iran’s economic troubles may have been what finally brought it back to talks which ended in a breakthrough nuclear deal with six other world powers.
Cheer has returned to London’s initial public offering (IPO) market, but investors may want to watch out for froth as they crack open the champagne.
"It's clear that our adversaries are rubbing their hands with glee, al-Qaeda is lapping it up,'' says the chief of Britain's MI6.
The Nairobi mall siege is reviving fears in the U.S. of similar "soft target" attacks at the more than 800 regional shopping centers in the nation.