Kim Jong Un is preparing North Korea for a rare political gathering known as the party congress, where he could announce major changes.
Neil Prakash was the mastermind behind attacks against both Australia and the US.
An Australian citizen believed to be a top recruiter for the Islamic State has been killed in a U.S. air strike in Iraq.
IS militants killed a U.S. Navy SEAL in northern Iraq on Tuesday after blasting through Kurdish defenses and overrunning a town, officials said.
Travel scares, from Zika to the Brussels attacks may weigh on Priceline Group's first-quarter results.
A crackdown on terrorism financing in the wake of the attacks on Paris and Brussels will see European regulators tighten up the rules governing digital-only currencies like bitcoin and prepaid payment cards.
Iran is trying to re-engage with the global economy after years under crushing sanctions, and its airports will be important links to the outside world. Here’s what the airport in central Tehran looks like on the inside.
Islamic State is now earning millions of dollars each month from selling cars and fish to make up for lower oil income.
Islamic State earns millions of dollars a month running car dealerships and fish farms in Iraq, Iraqi judicial authorities said.
Dow Jones reports the FBI plans to keep the hacking method secret, with CNBC's Eamon Javers.
John Ridsdel was captured by Islamist militants along with three other people in September while on vacation on a Philippine island.
The plan comes to ramp up efforts to help regain territory from ISIS.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports on news that the U.S. may publish a 28-page report suggesting links between Saudi Arabia and the 9/11 terror attack.
President Barack Obama plans to send as many as 250 more U.S. troops to Syria to help fight Islamic State militants, U.S. officials said on Sunday.
The air campaign cut the terrorist group's oil revenues in half.
Bernard Haykel, Princeton University, discusses President Obama's trip to the Middle East where he attempted to mend fences with Saudi Arabia.
Zak Ebrahim, author of "The Terrorist's Son: A Story of Choice," describes his beginnings in America's anti-war movement and what he thinks of ISIS.
Infrastructure investment is likely at the top of the Indonesian president's mind as he tours Europe, but E.U. officials may have other ideas.
Saudi Arabia threatened to sell $750 billion in U.S. assets, but experts say its uncertain how Riyadh arrived at that figure.
The Taliban has claimed responsibility for a deadly attack in Afghanistan that occurred outside an office of the country's main national security agency.