A blast in Turkey's capital kills at least 37 people and wounded roughly 125 others on Sunday.
The rift is festering and could, in the worst case, escalate as Russia and Turkey jockey to protect their vital interests in war-torn Syria.
Inspire co-founder and director, Sara Khan says the “Islam hates the West” rhetoric spoken publicly feeds into the ISIS narrative, when we should be promoting peace and justice.
The Wounded Warrior Project fired its top two executives Thursday after accusations of lavish spending, the NYT reports.
China will be able to project "substantial offensive military power" from islands in the South China Sea within months, James Clapper said.
Fred Kaplan, War Stories columnist for Slate, talks to CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera about the dangers of cyberattacks as the new face of warfare, and his new book "Dark Territory."
American troops conducted live fire drills near the border with North Korea and Iran is testing long range ballistic missiles, reports CNBC's Brian Sullivan.
Iran's Revolutionary Guards test fired two ballistic missiles on Wednesday morning, the Fars and Tasnim news agencies said.
Syria conflict could spiral to cost the country more than $1 trillion, according to a new report.
Officials with the nonprofit Simon Wiesenthal Center praised Twitter for increasing efforts to thwart Islamic State's use of its platform.
Germany is seeking a longer-term solution to the migrant crisis, a key ally of Merkel said, as EU leaders came to a tentative deal with Turkey.
Discussing a possible cease-fire agreement in Syria, Amsterdam & Partners LLP international lawyer, Robert Amsterdam says Russian President Vladimir Putin is an “expert" at exacerbating a crisis.
A bomb at an Iraqi checkpoint south of Baghdad killed at least 60 people and wounded more than 70 on Sunday, medical and security officials said.
China's leadership tried to quell anxiety about its slowing economy following financial turmoil and rising labor unrest as it cut its growth target.
Southeast Asia and, Malaysia in particular, could be at serious risk of an attack by the so-called Islamic State terrorist group.
Thousands of increasingly desperate people were backed up at the frontier between Greece and Macedonia on Monday, the New York Times reports.
A twin suicide bombing claimed by Islamic State killed 70 people in a Shi'ite district of Baghdad.
Eurasia Group Middle East director, Ayham Kamel and CNBC’s Hadley Gamble discuss the West’s involvement in the Syrian conflict.
Syria's opposition said it would support the idea of a two-week ceasefire in Syria. Eurasia Group Middle East director, Ayham Kamel and CNBC’s Hadley Gamble discuss the latest talks.
President Obama delivers a statement on the state of Guantanamo Bay calling for the closure of the facility and outlining his plan alongside the Department of Defense.