CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the first Congressional override of a veto from President Obama for a bill that would allow 9/11 families to sue Saudi Arabia.
THE HAGUE, Sept 28- Cybercriminals offering contract services for hire offer militant groups the means to attack Europe but such groups have yet to employ such techniques in major attacks, EU police agency Europol said on Wednesday. "There is currently little evidence to suggest that their cyber-attack capability extends beyond common website defacement," it...
NEW YORK, Sept 27- Lawyers for Facebook Inc on Tuesday sought to assure a U.S. judge overseeing lawsuits by victims of militant attacks in the Middle East that it took a "zero tolerance" approach to any communications that may promote terrorist threats or activity. District Judge Nicholas Garaufis in Brooklyn on Thursday accused Facebook's law firm of insulting...
At the first presidential debate, Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton answer questions about the fight against ISIS as well as homegrown terror.
At the first presidential debate, Republican candidate Donald Trump discusses his views on NATO and terrorism.
Various tourist destinations have different patterns of recovery from terrorist attacks, explains Sojern's Stephen Taylor.
WASHINGTON— Congress is poised to override President Barack Obama's veto of a bill that would allow families of Sept. 11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia for the kingdom's alleged backing of the terrorists who carried out the attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people. The legislation, known as JASTA, gives victims' families the right to sue in U.S. court for any role that...
The comments follow the Sept. 18 attack on an Indian army camp in Kashmir, which New Delhi blamed on Pakistan.
NEW YORK— Moody's has downgraded Turkey's credit rating to "junk" status, a further blow to an economy shaken by terrorist attacks, a failed military coup and a diplomatic spat with Russia. The rating agency on Friday lowered its rating on Turkey's debt one notch, stripping it of investment-grade status. Moody's indicated it expects Turkey's economic growth to be...
President Barack Obama has vetoed a bill that would have allowed the families of 9/11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia.
The FBI is looking to find two people who were seen removing an explosive device from a luggage in New York City. CNBC's Dominic Chu reports.
Amb. Marc Ginsberg, Former White House Middle East Policy Advisor and Former Ambassador to Moroco, discusses anti-terror efforts in the U.S. and what responsibility social media companies have in stopping online radicalization.
Federal prosecutors charged Ahmad Khan Rahami with 10 counts including use of weapons of mass destruction.
The White House said for the first time that it appears the weekend attacks were an act of terrorism.
The man accused of a leaving bombs in two states was charged Tuesday with federal counts of using weapons of mass destruction, NBC News reports.
Rhetoric is heating up between New Delhi and Islamabad over Sunday's attack in Kashmir, but military action isn't expected for now.
NEW YORK, Sept 20- Federal prosecutors on Tuesday charged the Afghan-born man suspected of weekend bombings in New York and New Jersey with 10 counts including use of weapons of mass destruction, portraying him as a jihadist who begged for martyrdom and praised Osama bin Laden. Federal prosecutors from separate districts in New York and New Jersey charged him...
ELIZABETH, N.J., Sept 20- Federal prosecutors on Tuesday charged the Afghan-born man arrested after weekend bombings in New York and New Jersey with four counts including use of weapons of mass destruction and bombing a place of public use. The charges were laid out in a federal complaint that said a handwritten journal was found on the suspect, Ahmad Khan Rahami,...
Sept 20- U.S. prosecutors charged an Afghan-born man arrested after weekend attacks in New York and New Jersey with four counts, including use of weapons of mass destruction and bombing a public place, according to a criminal complaint filed Tuesday.
PROSECUTORS CHARGE NEW YORK BOMBING SUSPECT WITH USING A WEAPON OF MASS DESTRUCTION AND BOMBING PUBLIC PLACES- JUSTICE DEPARTMENT OFFICIAL.