The U.S. has to join France in attacking the so-called Islamic State, former CIA director R. James Woolsey Jr. said.
Terrorists could be using the Sony PlayStation 4 to communicate because it is so hard to monitor, according to Belgium’s interior minister.
Billionaire Warren Buffett tells CNBC the terrorist attacks in Paris won't change his investment decisions.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, provides perspective on the global fight against ISIS, and how global leaders should approach what he calls "a war."
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, provides perspective on the Paris attacks
The French police have tweeted out a photo for a Paris attack accomplice, in which a manhunt is underway, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera. One restaurant owner spoke out on the attacks.
Discussing the potential for global leaders unifying on fighting ISIS, and a strong foreign policy strategy, with James Woolsey, Institute of World Politics.
Saudi Arabia could strike a deal with rivals Russia and Iran following a series of terror attacks, John Kilduff said.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on the attacks in France, and the hunt for accomplices in the attacks.
Retired U.S. Army Colonel and Medal of Honor recipient Jack Jacobs, discusses the fight against ISIS worldwide.
Analysts told CNBC they weren't expecting any significant movement higher for oil despite rising geopolitical tensions.
Leaders of the world's 20 biggest economies gather in Turkey, shifting agendas after the attacks. CNBC's John Harwood reports leaders are feeling the pressure for action on ISIS.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports from Paris, after the Friday attacks in Paris killed 129 people. The search for the 8th attacker is underway.
A Belgian national who is currently in Syria is suspected of being behind Friday's attacks in Paris, says a source close to the investigation.
Hacker group Anonymous responded to Paris attacks by posting video declaration of cyber warfare against the Daesh.
Investors scurried into safer assets after the weekend attacks in Paris that left 132 dead, sending gold and crude oil prices higher.
The weekend's terrorist attacks in Paris have raised new questions over the group's capabilities and its threat to global security.
An international manhunt is underway for a suspect involved in the series of terrorist attacks that roiled Paris. CNBC's Hadley Gamble has more.
Investors sought safe haven assets, as G-20 leaders were due to meet again after terror attacks in Paris on Friday left 132 dead.
At least 140 people were killed Friday in 7 separate attacks — shootings and explosions among them— around Paris, police and local news outlets said.