The New York Times foreign affairs columnist Thomas L. Friedman, thinks the U.S. should be "very humble" about the capabilities of ISIS fighters.
Former FBI Agent Clint van Zandt questions just how much officials know about the number of ISIS fighters returning to Europe.
Peter Spiegel, FT Brussels Bureau Chief, reports on two explosions at the Brussels airport, and a third explosion on a metro station near the European Union headquarters. Spiegel discusses the likelihood of a Brexit.
CNBC’s Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports from Havana, Cuba, awaiting comment from President Obama on the Brussels attacks.
Our live blog tracked latest news out of Brussels following reports of explosions in the city's main Zaventem airport and a metro station.
Discussing the Brussels explosions at the airport, and the potential impact to moving goods across Europe, with Joe Quinlan, Bank of America Global Wealth and Investment Management unit, and Michael Tyler, Eastern Bank Wealth Management chief investment officer.
MSNBC military analyst Colonel Jack Jacobs provides insight to news explosive material was found inside a Belgium “wagon,” which he says means a rail car, in discussing the Brussels explosions.
Politico reporter Tara Palmeri reports from the Brussels airport after two explosions were reported there. A third explosions was reported at a metro station near the European Union headquarter, and there is no doubt it was a terror attack. An official told Palmeri that 80 people were wounded, and there were 30 causalities.
Discussing the explosions in Belgium, and security in Europe, with Ben Emons, former PIMCO portfolio manager.
Tuesday's terror attacks will turn the spotlight on the Belgian capital's Molenbeek suburb — which has long been a hotbed of Islamist extremism.
CNBC’s Steve Sedgwick reports the Brussels airport and transportation systems are closed after explosions there. Also, a look at the market reaction amid a heightened level of security.
Francesco Guerrera, associate editor and chief financial correspondent at Politico, gives his account from Brussels, following the explosions on Tuesday.
Belgium’s prosecutor has confirmed that the Brussels blast was a suicide attack. Francesco Guerrera, associate editor and chief financial correspondent at Politico, discusses what this means for political meetings if true.
Conservative MEP for southeast England, Richard Ashworth discusses the U.K. prime minister’s decision to call an emergency COBRA meeting, following the Brussels explosions.
Conservative MEP for southeast England, Richard Ashworth is currently on lockdown at the European parliament. He gives his detailed account from Brussels.
Rusi Senior Associate, Margaret Gilmore outlines the security measures taking place in the U.K. and Europe currently, following the explosions in Brussels.
An emergency security message from the U.S. embassy in Brussels, and whether President Obama will alter travel plans on the news.
At least two explosions were confirmed at the main airport in Brussels leaving at least 20 people dead, and there was a separate explosion near the European Union headquarters at the Maalbeck metro, reports CNBC's Sara Eisen.
Nandini Ramakrishnan, JPMorgan Asset Management, looks at the implications for investors after news of the Brussels explosions. Transport and leisure sectors are selling off, she explains.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the arrest of Paris terror attack suspect Salah Abdeslam, and the Brussels explosions today.