The suspected mastermind of the Paris attacks, identified as Abdelhamid Abaaoud, is currently believed to be in Syria, according to Reuters, which cited a source close to the investigation. | Latest: CNBC blog
The French Interior Minister said 23 people have been arrested in anti-terror raids, with another 104 people reportedly under house arrest. Meanwhile, the search continues for a Belgium-born suspect whose brother was one of the suicide bombers. (NBC News)
President Barack Obama Sunday met with Russian leader Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the G-20 meeting in Turkey. They agreed on the need for a Syrian-led and Syrian-owned political transition. (NBC News)
The Paris attacks raise new questions in the Syrian migrant crisis in Europe. But in the U.S., Alabama and Michigan said they will not allow the resettlement of Syrian refugees in their states. (CNBC)
The deadly Paris attacks have intensified Republican opposition to letting thousands of Syrian refugees come to the United States. (AP)
Leading GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump joins CNBC's "Squawk Box" at 8 a.m. ET, with his views on what role the U.S. should be playing on the world stage.
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton clarified her Saturday debate remarks on combating terrorism, saying America has to lead "the worldwide fight" but "cannot and should not do it alone." (NBC News)
Nelson Peltz's Trian disclosed in its latest quarterly filing an 83 percent increase in its stake in General Electric (GE). Separately, GE reportedly has two bidders for its Japan commercial lending unit. (WSJ)