Amid tensions with China, the United States has deployed a carrier strike group to the South China Sea to begin 'routine operations.'
A new travel ban will not stop green card residency holders or travelers already on planes, Homeland Security John Kelly said.
Geert Wilders promised to crack down on "Moroccan scum" who he said were making the streets unsafe.
Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman, the blind cleric who plotted terrorist attacks against the U.S., died early Saturday.
Prime Minister of Iraq Haider al-Abadi responds to U.S. President Trump's travel ban on seven majority-Muslim countries and also discusses the oil market.
Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi discusses Islamic State and how it can be defeated.
Prince Turki al Faisal, former head of Saudi Arabian intelligence, speaks about the new Trump administration and the rise of populism in Europe.
Vice President Mike Pence declared that the US would "hold Russia accountable" and maintain steadfast support for NATO.
Terrorism and Russia are the greatest threats facing society and a "collective defense" is the only way to uphold Western democratic values.
Estonian Defence Minister Margus Tsahkna weighs in on the threat that Russia poses to Europe.
Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg discusses globalization and the importance of being "resilient" to fake news.
German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen discusses relations with Russia and the potential impact of fake news.
Jens Stoltenberg, NATO secretary general, discusses the defense spending of member states.
Thomas de Maizière, German minister of the interior, discusses how his country is addressing threats to its security.
President of Eurasia Group Ian Bremmer discusses U.S. Vice President Mike Pence's latest speech, as well as the Trump administration's foreign policy.
Peter Maurer, president of the International Committee of the Red Cross, discusses conflict in the Middle East and the diplomacy necessary to resolve this.
A handful of family-controlled companies dominate economic life in South Korea, New York Times reports.
Strap on your jetpack. The future is now, Curbed reports.
A Britain trade union demanded that the government protect the local unit of General Motors from the impact of leaving the European Union.
The west looks fragile but Vladimir Putin’s Russia may be unable to step up to a leading global role, Financial Times reports.
The dollar finished the week just barely positive, and some strategists see the greenback heading lower.
South Africa is caught in the middle of a political hurricane that's adding to a downward economic spiral.
Jim Cramer suspects that companies are using the greatness of globalization to steal market share.
Stocks closed mixed, but managed another record close, while investors kept an eye on France's presidential election.
U.S. government debt prices were higher on Friday as investors fretted over France's presidential election.
European markets closed mixed on Friday, pausing for breath after a strong rally at the start of the week.