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Col. Jack Jacobs, U.S. Army (ret.), provides insight to what may have happened to EgyptAir flight MS804, and discusses airport safety in the U.S.
Colin Clarke, Rand Corp. terrorism analyst, discusses the EgyptAir 804 disappearance.
A bill that would let the families of those killed in the Sept. 11 attacks sue Saudi Arabia passed the Senate unanimously on Tuesday, the NYT reports.
When it comes to fighting extremism, do countries need boots on the ground as well as air power? Former Pakistan prime minister, Shaukat Aziz weighs in.
Passengers and airlines aren't getting what they're paying for as long as long airport security lines linger, experts told CNBC.
Law enforcement is not trying to circumvent encryption on devices of suspected criminals and terrorists, NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton tells CNBC.
British airline easyJet swung to a half-year loss due to a fall in demand on security concerns linked to attacks on European capitals.
Former U.S. Defense Secretary William Cohen, discusses the state of the U.S. defense and whether the nation needs additional funds. And former U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, discusses the impact of sequestration on the military. The national debt is also a national security threat, says Cohen.
Former U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, shares his views on the U.S.-Iran nuclear deal.
We have a clear interest in a stable, secure world, says former U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, providing insight to changes taking place in the world amid growing global threats and ahead of the U.S. presidential election.
Kim Jong Un is preparing North Korea for a rare political gathering known as the party congress, where he could announce major changes.
Neil Prakash was the mastermind behind attacks against both Australia and the US.
An Australian citizen believed to be a top recruiter for the Islamic State has been killed in a U.S. air strike in Iraq.
IS militants killed a U.S. Navy SEAL in northern Iraq on Tuesday after blasting through Kurdish defenses and overrunning a town, officials said.
Travel scares, from Zika to the Brussels attacks may weigh on Priceline Group's first-quarter results.
A crackdown on terrorism financing in the wake of the attacks on Paris and Brussels will see European regulators tighten up the rules governing digital-only currencies like bitcoin and prepaid payment cards.
Iran is trying to re-engage with the global economy after years under crushing sanctions, and its airports will be important links to the outside world. Here’s what the airport in central Tehran looks like on the inside.
Hundreds of protesters stormed Baghdad’s Green Zone and entered Parliament to demand an end to corruption, The New York Times reports.
Islamic State is now earning millions of dollars each month from selling cars and fish to make up for lower oil income.
Islamic State earns millions of dollars a month running car dealerships and fish farms in Iraq, Iraqi judicial authorities said.