Chinese companies that are crucial to Beijing's global trade and infrastructure projects are under threat as U.S.-China tensions escalate.
The Pentagon also recorded more than 1,300 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 among the sister service branches, a new record for the military in a 24-hour period.
While a Biden administration will likely try to restart talks with Iran, the main obstacle may be whether Iran is willing to negotiate — and at what price.
Ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, the Pentagon sent nearly 51,000 pounds of roasted turkey to American troops stationed on U.S. military installations around the world.
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The U.K. has announced the biggest program of investment in 30 years.
Trump's refusal to help during the presidential to a Biden administration transition is "fundamentally irresponsible" ex-Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said.
Bryce Wakefield from Australian Institute of International Affairs says the Japan-Australia defense pact is important as China continues to rise in the region.
The United States will reduce its military presence in Afghanistan to 2,500 troops and 2,500 troops in Iraq by Jan. 15.
Ethiopia is teetering on the brink of civil war as fighting intensifies in the north of the country, sparking fears that its economic transformation could be stymied by protracted conflict.
U.S. regulators are expected to remove a ban on Boeing's 737 Max planes as early as this week, marking the end of the longest and largest grounding on record.
The wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria have cost U.S. taxpayers more than $1.57 trillion since Sept. 11, 2001.
If completed, the sale would be the first American transfer of lethal drones and stealth aircraft to any Arab country.
Experts said Biden's primary concern would be to address the coronavirus and the economy, but that North Korea could test weapons to make its presence felt.
Drew Thompson from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy talks to "Squawk Box Asia" about the rocky transition to a Biden administration, saying the termination of U.S. Defense Secretary Mark ...
"The public health measures are very important, but they're not enough," said study author Dr. Stuart Sealfon.
While the Biden victory elicited collective sighs of relief for many leaders in Europe, the reaction in the Middle East is far less uniform.
High spousal unemployment and lack of childcare are among the issues facing military families during the coronavirus pandemic.
"I'm nonpartisan. I don't favor either party, but I do favor the country," Ret. Gen. David Petraeus told CNBC.
The Pentagon on Tuesday elevated Trump loyalists to powerful positions a day after the sudden termination of Secretary of Defense Mark Esper.
Strengthening U.S. relations with India will likely remain a focus for the Biden administration, experts told CNBC.
Esper's tenure as top Pentagon official followed the resignations of James Mattis, Trump's first Defense secretary, and Patrick Shanahan.
Palantir shares surged 29% over the past two trading days, lifting the value of Peter Thiel's stake by over $700 million.
As his reelection chances diminish, Trump spoke Thursday evening from the White House briefing room, falsely claiming the election was being "stolen" from him.
SpaceX just launched a GPS satellite for the U.S. Space Force. A Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida carrying an upgraded GPS satellite. The mission was planned for Oct. 2, bu...
The final result has yet to be tallied, but the outcome of the U.S. election could have a big impact on one area of the market: the defense sector.
Wall Street strategists see a mixed outcome from a gridlocked U.S. government, but some sectors could be set to outperform.
"People are ready. I'm confident that Americans can trust the votes they see," cybersecurity expert Robert Herjavec told CNBC.
Employees raised concerns about how the company's recent government contract will be enforced on refugees.
Lawmakers have expressed concern at the news, with the House Foreign Affairs Committee chair saying that "rushing these sales is not in anyone's interest."