Brad Gerstner, Altimeter Capital Management founder, shares his view on United's stock, and the current market environment.
President Obama discusses whether an immigration ban on Muslims is right for America.
President Obama reacts to criticism on the Obama administration for not using the phrase "radical Islam" to identify ISIL.
President Obama shares his views on gun laws, saying the "weapons are going to get even more powerful."
President Obama discusses progress in the fight against ISIL, and the hardship on the Syrian people.
"These shootings feed on each other," says best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell, in the wake of Sunday's Orlando gay nightclub attack.
House Speaker Paul Ryan said he did not believe that Donald Trump's suggested ban on Muslims entering the U.S. would be in the country's best interest.
House Speaker Paul Ryan weighs in on how we should have a "robust security test" to control who comes and goes into the country.
CNBC's Sara Eisen talks to Senator Ron Johnson, chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, on the mass shooting in Orlando.
The retired NYPD police officer says he didn't make the laws, and simply abides by them.
The presumptive Republican presidential candidate is calling for immigration reform that 'serves the interests and values of America.'
Author Malcom Gladwell, "Revisionist History" host, talks about the increase in terror networks around the globe and the role of the internet in these events.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the latest details on the investigation in the Orlando nightclub massacre.
Canadian hostage Robert Hall is believed to have been killed by his captors in the Philippines, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Monday.
It's impossible to separate the issues of gun ownership and the fight against terror, former Australian Prime Minister John Howard says.
U.S. authorities said they had found no direct links between Islamic State and the gunman who killed 49 people at an Orlando nightclub.
A French police officer and his female companion were killed on Monday evening by a knife-wielding man, officials said.
Do the markets react to U.S. domestic terror attacks? Anthony Chan, Chase chief economist, provides insight to the impact from the Orlando deadly shooting.
Trump said that the ban is necessary "until we fully understand how to end these threats" and that "we have no choice."
Michael Barrett, Diligent Innovations CEO, and Jeff Zisner, AEGIS Security CEO, discuss the law enforcement and business response to the Orlando shooting and how to improve the process for similar attacks.