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  • Can Silicon Valley help fight terrorism?

    Herbert Lin, Stanford Univ CISAC, provides insight to the topic of law enforcement having access to all encrypted forms of communication and how Silicon Valley can help fight the war on terror.

  • Guns on display at an American Gun Works store in Los Angeles.

    With signs showing a boom again in gun sales following recent terrorism, attention is on Smith & Wesson, which is due to report earnings on Tuesday.

  • San Bernardino employees returning to work

    CNBC's Jane Wells reports on the latest in the aftermath of the San Bernardino shooting as the community rebuilds and workers prepare to return to work.

  • US not doing enough on terror: Liscouski

    Former Assistant Homeland Security Secretary Robert Liscouski discusses strategies to defend against terror.

  • Silicon Valley's role in the fight on terror

    Daily Mail CEO Jon Steinberg weighs in on technology companies allowing a government back door around encrypted data to help gather terror intelligence.

  • President Barack Obama addresses the nation from the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, DC, on December 6, 2015.

    Obama's primetime address guarantees terrorism and Muslim relations will be central to the 2016 election campaign, Politico's Ben White says.

  • Police officers and crime scene investigators investigate a crime scene at Leytonstone tube station in east London, England, on December 05, 2015.

    A man has been charged with attempted murder in what is believed to be a terrorism-related knife attack at a London tube station Saturday.

  • ISIS has access al-Qaeda never had: McLaughlin

    Former CIA Acting Director John McLaughlin, reacts to President Obama's address to the nation on terrorism, and the challenges in stopping ISIS from more attacks.

  • Tony Blair

    Former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair tells CNBC it's going to be a long, hard fight against the ideology of the Islamic State terrorist group.

  • Silicon Valley's role in the war against terror

    Government leaders are calling on the tech industry to help fight terrorism. What can tech giants do to combat terror groups?

  • Fmr. UK PM Tony Blair: Long-term comprehensive strategy

    Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, discusses strategies to dealing with extremism around the world.

  • NYT's Thomas Friedman's: What I worry about

    "The boundaries have all been pierced, and it leaves me speechless," says New York Times Columnist Thomas Friedman, in describing when he first learned of suicide bombers, and the new phase of terrorism playing out.

  • Fears in the market

    Former Treasury Deputy Secretary Roger Altman, weighs in on fears of containing terrorism, and the potential impact to the U.S. market.

  • President Barack Obama

    Republican presidential candidates roundly criticized Obama's Sunday night address about the U.S. response to the threat of terror.

  • 10-year slowly moves higher: Economist

    Discussing declines in the bond market, and whether investors are missing a big warning, with Jonathan Mackay, Morgan Stanley, and Samuel Coffin, UBS Macro Research.

  • People examine handguns during The Nation's Gun Show in Chantilly, Virginia, on Oct. 3, 2015.

    President Obama addressed the nation on Sunday night, proposing that no one on a "no-fly" list is able to purchase a gun. CNBC contributor Ben White of Politico, provides perspective.

  • Investigation continues into Calif. shooters

    The investigation into the San Bernardino shooting continues, with questions around how the killers obtained the weapons. CNBC's Jane Wells reports on comments made by a former classmate of shooter Tashfeen Malik.

  • Obama addresses the nation

    President Obama addressed the nation Sunday night, after the San Bernardino shooting. CNBC's John Harwood has the details.

  • London knife attack treated as terrorism

    British police are treating a stabbing incident in East London as a terror attack. CNBC's Carolin Roth reports.

  • The European Central Bank (ECB) headquarters is pictured in Frankfurt, Germany, September 3, 2015.

    The current state of affairs in the euro area is such that the basic axiom of economic policy is unlikely to be met anytime soon.