The Taliban has claimed responsibility for a deadly attack in Afghanistan that occurred outside an office of the country's main national security agency.
Europe is facing its most significant terror threat in over 10 years, but how members states tackle the threat could shape its future.
Three years after a deadly bombing at the Boston Marathon, technology has changed the way law enforcement monitors the event.
The terrorist group's income from crude oil sales dropped 26% over the past year, according to a report by IHS.
Pope Francis traveled to Greece Saturday for a brief but provocative visit to meet with refugees as the EU begins a controversial plan to deport them.
Saudi Arabia is warning that it will sell U.S. assets if a bill holding the kingdom responsible for 9/11 passes. The New York Times reports.
The European Parliament gave final approval to an exchange of airline passenger data between security forces in the European Union.
A Belgian judge has ordered Mohamed Abrini and five others arrested in connection with the European terror attacks; House Speaker Paul Ryan says he opposes any effort to give Iran access to the U.S. dollar; and Microsoft is suing the U.S. government, reports CNBC's Sharon Epperson.
Heavily armed military police sealed off part of Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport for hours Tuesday night, the AP reports.
The arrests mark a key success for Belgian authorities, which have faced fierce criticism at home and abroad for the attacks in Paris and Brussels.
The Belgian federal prosecutor's office on Friday confirmed it had made several arrests related to the deadly attacks in Brussels on March 22.
The FBI's secret method for unlocking the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters would not work the later models.
Brussels Airport reopened to a thin stream of passengers on Sunday, 12 days after suicide bombers destroyed its departure hall and killed 16 people.
The terrorist attacks in Brussels that killed 32 people last week are set to knock international visitor numbers across Europe in the months ahead.
Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson tells CNBC the hotel chain experienced "lots of cancellations" after last month's deadly Brussels terrorist attacks.
Salah Abdeslam — once Europe's most-wanted man — was captured in Brussels earlier this month, reports NBC News.
A car bomb attack killed four Turkish police officers in the southeastern city of Diyarbakir on Thursday, a government official said.
CNBC's Susan Li asks Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau, about ensuring fair immigration policy, and safety.
Millionaires are leaving Europe because of rising religious tension and concerns about the sluggish economy, a wealth analysis expert said.
Cellebrite, the Israeli company that may have helped the FBI hack a terrorist's iPhone, may have used their Universal Forensic Extraction Device to do the job.