CNBC's Hadley Gamble comments on the story, where two U.S. navy boats drifted into Iranian waters and were captured.
An American airstrike targets ISIS money, wiping away tens of millions of dollars.
Tens of millions of dollars in ISIS cash went up in smoke in a U.S. airstrike, defense and military officials told NBC News.
The U.S. may deploy more "strategic assets" in South Korea, but not nuclear arms, a U.S. official said, as tensions with North Korea heated up.
The world would be a better place if Russia had asserted its national interests in the wake of the Cold War, President Vladimir Putin told Bild.
The U.S. Navy released video it said showed an Iranian military vessel firing unguided rockets on December 26 near U.S. warships.
A top North Korean official has given the isolated state's first reaction since South Korea resumed its propaganda broadcasts on Thursday.
Anthony Skinner, director of Verisk Maplecroft, discusses how commodity prices will drive political risk in markets and says Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America are particularly volatile.
South Korea has resumed propaganda broadcasts across its border, a move that has infuriated North Korea in the past.
Libya's worst bomb attack since the fall of Muammar Gaddafi hit a police training center as hundreds of recruits gathered for a meeting.
The young ruler may be struggling to assert his authority amid rising international scrutiny, particularly from China.
Chris Torrens, senior managing director at Control Risks, argues North Korea's announcement that it has a hydrogen bomb was a domestic play to reassure its population.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports from Riyadh as Qatar becomes the latest gulf nation to withdraw its representative in Iran following attacks on the Saudi Arabian embassy.
Experts will hunt for particles to test North Korea's claim it tested a hydrogen bomb, but drawing a conclusion could be tricky.
China's state-owned media have plenty of acerbic advice for ally North Korea over the reclusive state's nuclear test.
Barack Obama talked by phone with Japanese PM Shinzo Abe about the response to North Korea's nuclear test, the White House said.
There are two main reasons why you shouldn't panic about North Korea's alleged H-bomb, says Notre Dame Professor Michael Desch.
North Korea claims it detonated a hydrogen bomb in a test, a move condemned by the U.S., Britain, Japan and even China.
North Korea announced on Wednesday that it had successfully tested a “miniaturized” hydrogen bomb, but what exactly is it? CNBC explains.
If the reports are true that North Korea has successfully tested a hydrogen bomb, this is bound to “spook” the markets, NBC’s Bill Neely explains.