Michael Balboni, former director of Homeland Security for New York, provides insight to the deadly shooting in Orlando and why the FBI needs more funding.
CNBC's John Harwood reports on political reaction to the horrific shooting at an Orlando night club which President Obama calls an act of hate.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the latest details on the deadliest shooting in U.S. history which wounded 53 and killed at least 50 people.
Former CIA officer Jack Rice says the Orlando shooting has elements of both a hate crime as well as a terrorist act.
News that a G4S employee was the gunman who killed 50 people at a packed gay nightclub wiped almost £200 million off the value of the firm.
Presidential candidates weighed in after an overnight attack in Orlando, Fla. that officials say has left at least 50 dead.
Jesper Cullen, senior intelligence analyst at Risk Advisory, discusses the security threats in France as it hosts the UEFA Euro football championship.
Recent episodes of religious violence in Bangladesh may represent a deepening political crisis in the world's eighth-most populous nation.
A suicide car bomb attack ripped through a commercial area in Baghdad killing at least 15 civilians; Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited a scene of an attack in Tel Aviv; Iraq releases footage showing airstrikes targeting ISIS positions in Fallujah, reports CNBC’s Sue Herera.
The plane made an emergency landing in Uzbekistan after receiving a bomb threat in a suspected hoax.
Lebanon's politics might be in a mess but the country's central bank is determined to maintain the country's financial stability, its governor said.
CNBC has obtained a report that shows the murky world of smuggling Syrians out of their home country, often taking them to the U.S.-Mexican border.
Turkish officials say the attack targeted a vehicle carrying riot police and occurred at a busy intersection near Istanbul University.
France has the most to lose from a U.S. travel alert that has warned citizens about the risk of terror threats across Europe, an expert told CNBC.
The State Department says US citizens should be aware of possible terror attacks in popular European destinations this summer.
David Scowsill, president & CEO of the World Travel & Tourism Council, shares his view of the sector which has grown despite terrorist incidents.
The U.S. State Department warned Americans on Tuesday of the possible threat of terrorist attacks in Europe this summer.
"We're expected to lower our prices by about 7 percent for the rest of the summer to keep people flying," Michael O'Leary tells CNBC.
Robert Hormats, Kissinger Associates, talks about world disruption scenarios including the threat of Brexit, instability in Syria and the spread of ISIS. Also Hormats, discusses Russia's unreliability and figuring out a way to work with China.
President Obama answers questions from reporters about terrorist activities by the Taliban and its newly elected leader.