Belgian police push manhunt as French authorities crack down on extremists.
Obama defends U.S. ISIS strategy and says blocking Muslim refugees from entering the country would be un-American.
Liberty Global to buy Cable & Wireless in $5.3 billion deal
“War on ISIS” defense stocks, which include Lockheed Martin and Raytheon, rise after Paris attacks.
The world’s top supercomputer is in China and not Silicon Valley.
Facebook says it will enable safety check feature more in disasters following criticism that it failed to do so for the Beirut bombings that took place before the Paris attacks.
DraftKings seeks to block New York daily fantasy sports shutdown.
Apple is about to launch Apple Pay in Canada.
Notorious for drug trafficking, Columbia wants to become a big exporter of legal weed.
Actor Charlie Sheen will reportedly announce he’s HIV positive on tomorrow’s “Today” show.
Photo of Eiffel Tower lit in French flag colors courtesy of Reuters.