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It's difficult to gain intelligence about potential attacks when lone actors are behind them, Stratfor's Chief Security Officer Fred Burton explains.
Donald Trump's acceptance speech mentioned pretty much every campaign issue but one: banks.
Critics who blasted Trump for excessive fearmongering in his GOP convention speech are being ridiculous, says Jake Novak. Here's why.
France's highest appeals court ruled that Christine Lagarde must stand trial for her role in a 400 million euros payout as French finance minister.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals said U.S. regulators have raised concerns over a new eye drop manufactured at a Bausch + Lomb facility in Florida.
Beijing will be aggressive over the issue in the short term, experts say, but does want to get along with its neighbors.
In Malaysia, there does not seem to be any protest or challenge against Najib Razak over DOJ's lawsuit linked to 1MDB, says IDEAS' Wan Saiful Wan Jan.
Tech giant Samsung Electronics said on Friday it sued smartphone rival Huawei Technologies for patent infringements through multiple courts in China.
Eurasia Group's Achmad Sukarsono explains that Malaysian voters do not see a strong opposition to UMNO, Najib Razak's ruling party.
Sources told Reuters the Malaysian PM was "Malaysian Official 1," as the U.S. also sought to seize proceeds from "Wolf of Wall Street."
Trump's comments in an NYT interview signals to Putin that if he invades the Baltics, Trump won't stand in the way, says Potomac Strategy Group's Matt Mackowiak.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports that the NBA has officially pulled the 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte, North Carolina due to the state's controversial bathroom law.
If you tuned in for Ted Cruz's speech at the GOP convention, you didn't just witness a speech—you watched a man end his political career.
HSBC conducted its own investigation three years ago into a $3.5 billion currency trade that US prosecutors now believe was criminally fraudulent.
Switzerland, the U.K. and Singapore are likely to step up 1MDB investigations and coordinate efforts with the U.S., says University of Tasmania's James Chin.
UBS, DBS and Standard Chartered have become embroiled in the 1MDB scandal, with Singapore's central bank saying it had found lapses related to the fund.
Up to eight Chinese ships will offer cruises to the South China Sea over the next five years, as Beijing promotes tourism to the disputed waters.
The DOJ's probe into 1MDB assets will have limited political impact in Malaysia because of the lack of information in the local media, says NTU's Oh Ei Sun.
CSIS' Murray Hiebert explains that diplomatic sensitivities might have prevented the U.S. from naming a high-profile political figure.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports from outside the Republican National Convention where a Communist group has begun to burn an American flag in protest.