ISIS has seized the city of Ramadi in Iraq. CNBC's Hadley Gamble discusses the latest developments, saying this is a "major blow" for the government and its security forces.
Western powers are clinging to a fraying peace deal in Ukraine, even though NATO is warning that Moscow may be preparing for a new offensive.
Tobias Harris, Japan analyst at Teneo Intelligence, discusses the public opposition against a legislation that would allow Japanese forces to defend other countries.
Apart from deeper economic engagements, Indian prime minister Narendra Modi will likely persuade China to expedite the settlement of border issues, says S D Muni, distinguished fellow at Institute for Defense Studies & Analyses.
Christian Whiton, principal at the DC International Advisory, discusses news that U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will take a "tough approach" over disputes in the South China Sea.
Secretary of State John Kerry’s trip to Russia, only his second since taking office, may be one of the most important journeys of his career.
JDog Junk Removal & Hauling provides veterans and military families with an exclusive franchise opportunity. It's part of a broader, under-examined franchise boom among America's veterans, who own more than 66,000 franchises in the U.S. CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports.
Milan has been waiting since 2008 for this day and now it has finally come—but takeoff for the World Expo 2015 looks to be overshadowed by violent protests.
As the Milan Expo kicks off today, protests have occurred in Milan, with individuals smashing windows and setting buildings alight. CNBC's Louisa Bojesen reports.
Hillary Clinton's failed legacy as secretary of state puts the Democrat's presumptive lock on the 2016 nomination in jeopardy, says former Gov. Lincoln Chafee.
After the seizure of a Maersk cargo ship by Iran in the Strait of Hormuz, shipping experts said the action could destabilize global relations if repeated.
Iran's abrupt seizure of a commercial vessel in the Persian Gulf raises a question of who ordered the taking of the Maersk Tigris, and why?
As riots continue in Baltimore, NBC News' Darcy Spencer reports on the latest.
Gayle Tzemach Lemmon, "Ashley's War" author, talks about the first all-army, all-female team to serve and die alongside special operations on the battlefield.
There's a "great deal of ambivalence and confusion" in America's policy towards the Middle East now, says Flynt Leverett, professor of International Affairs at Pennsylvania State University.
European Union leaders Thursday moved to stop deadly migration wave, but the plan faces major political and economic obstacles.
President Obama said he takes full responsibility for the killing of innocent hostages, and that he "profoundly" regrets what happened.
Efforts to thwart a wave of illegal human smuggling face a series of powerful economic forces at work that will be difficult to overcome.
Saudi Arabia has put security forces on alert for a possible attack on a shopping mall or energy installation, Interior Ministry's Mansour Turki said.
Soon, the Emirates are expected to complete a deal with General Atomics for a fleet of Predator drones to run spying missions. The NYT reports.