WASHINGTON, Dec 23- Libya, torn by a growing political divide that threatens to engulf its oilfields, could become the next Syria if it does not patch its divided government and get help battling Islamic militants, the country's foreign minister said on Tuesday. Dayri represents the internationally recognized government in eastern Libya, which is locked in an...» Read More
Thirteen years after the Sept. 11 attacks, Conde Nast on Monday became the first company to move into the new World Trade Center, the tallest skyscraper in North America.
A Nigerian rebel leader said the 219 schoolgirls kidnapped earlier this year have been married off and would not be released, AFP reported.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said his agency is beefing up security at federal buildings across the country.
Discussing renewed terrorism fears after Canada's parliament shooting, with former Deputy Prime Minister of Canada, John Manley.
WASHINGTON, Oct 23- The Obama administration on Thursday threatened to slap sanctions on anyone buying oil from Islamic State militants in an effort to disrupt what it said was a $1- million- a-day funding source. Islamic State has seized large swaths of Iraq and Syria in a brutal campaign, and could pose a threat to the United States and its allies if it is not...
WASHINGTON, Oct 23- The Obama administration on Thursday threatened to slap sanctions on anyone buying oil from Islamic State militants in an effort to disrupt what it said was a $1 million a day funding source. Islamic State has seized large swaths of Iraq and Syria in a brutal campaign, and could pose a threat to the United States and its allies if it is not stopped,...
Michael Zehaf-Bibeau has been identified as the lone shooter that attacked Canada's parliament on Wednesday, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
Col. Jack Jacobs, U.S. Army (retired), discusses Wednesday's shooting in Ottawa and increasing security measures in public buildings.
NBC's Jay Gray reports the latest details on Thursday's shooting in Ottawa that left one solider dead and authorities looking for answers.
Matthew Kupfer, reporter at CBC News, says Canadians are trying to process the events of the shooting in Ottawa.
Kerry Series, Founder & CIO of Eight Investment Partners, expects markets to rebound soon as positive market fundamentals outweigh the tragedy in Canada.
Arjuna Mahendran, CIO at Emirates National Bank of Dubai, says investors can consider raising their exposure to the U.S. 10-year bonds after Canada's deadly shooting sparked a selloff.
John Carey, EVP & Portfolio Manager of Pioneer Investments, says Tuesday's shooting incident in Ottawa triggered renewed concerns over geopolitical risks.
Tom Henriksen, Senior Fellow at Hoover Institution, discusses the growing threat of homegrown terrorism after Canada saw two attacks against its soldiers this week.
Canada will not be intimidated and will take all necessary steps to counter threats to the country, Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper said in an address late Wednesday.
A huge security operation is underway in Canada's capital amid investigations into shootings that left a soldier dead. CBC's correspondent Hannah Thibedeau with the latest from Ottawa.
An attack in Ottawa on Wednesday marked the second potential act of terrorism this week on Canadian soil. Experts explain why they may be a target.
Gunfire erupts as law enforcement officers sweep an Ottawa parliament building, depicted in video from a 'Globe and Mail' journalist. CNBC's Dominic Chu reports the latest headlines out of Ottawa.
Oct 20- BioMerieux SA is working with U.S. health regulators to determine if its test to screen for bio threats could be used to detect the Ebola virus, spokeswoman Suzanne Jones said. Since the system was solely developed for environmental surveillance, it is necessary for BioMerieux to show the U.S. Food and Drug Administration evidence that the test could be...
CHICAGO, Oct 20- The White House has temporarily stopped funding new research involving the flu and other. The U.S. government said it will pause funding for any new studies that include gain-of-function experiments involving flu, SARS and the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome or MERS viruses, the White House said in a statement posted on Friday.