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|Worthy News Brief - October 23, 2013|
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Around the World
US canceled deal to supply Turkey with drones - Times of Israel
Turkish report claimed Monday that the US Congress canceled a deal to supply Ankara with 10 Predator drones because the Turkish government had blown the cover of several Iranian intelligence assets who were working with Israel.
Iranian nuclear negotiator: Deal possible within a year - Times of Israel
Days after sources said Iran was willing to stop enriching uranium to 20 percent and make other confidence-building confessions in return for sanctions relief, Iranian deputy foreign minister and nuclear negotiator Abbas Araqchi predicted that it would be possible to wrap up talks with the West within a year or less.
Sinai terrorists target Egypt convoy, killing two - Times of Israel
Insurgents ambushed an Egyptian army convoy in northern Sinai early Tuesday killing a soldier and a civilian, the local government and the military said, the latest in a rising wave of attacks in the volatile peninsula.
Saudi Arabia warns of shift away from U.S. over Syria, Iran - Reuters
Upset at President Barack Obama's policies on Iran and Syria, members of Saudi Arabia's ruling family are threatening a rift with the United States that could take the alliance between Washington and the kingdom to its lowest point in years.
Iran Nuclear Deal Could Allow It to Enrich up to 5%, Russia Says - Bloomberg
Iran and world powers may strike an accord allowing the Islamic republic to continue enriching uranium up to 5 percent purity, according to Russia's chief negotiator at the talks.
Kerry: Israeli-Palestinian peace talks moving at 'increased intensity' - Ha'aretz
Qatar has agreed to provide $150 million in debt relief to the Palestinian Authority, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Monday as he announced that Israeli-Palestinian peace talks are intensifying.
IDF kills terror suspect after firefight in West Bank - Times of Israel
An active member of an Islamic extremist organization was killed in an early morning clash with Israeli special forces, not far from the village of Bil'in, west of Ramallah in the West Bank, Palestinian sources said Tuesday.
Ya'alon says third intifada not in the offing - Times of Israel
The recent uptick in terrorism in the West Bank is not the sign of a "popular uprising," Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon said Tuesday after a tour of Hebron Central Command.
Inside the United States
Majority of Americans favor legalized marijuana - Washington Times
For the first time ever, a "clear majority" of Americans say that pot should be legal, according to a new Gallup poll.
90,609,000: Americans Not in Labor Force Climbs to Another Record - CNS News
The number of Americans who are 16 years or older and who have decided not to participate in the nation's labor force has climbed to a record 90,609,000 in September, according to data released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
US Supreme Court to Hear Public Prayer, Abortion, 'Obamacare' Cases as New Term Begins - Christian Post
The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear and decide several contentious cases, including matters related to public prayers at government meetings and states' right to restrict access to abortion, as it begins a new session on Monday after a summer break.
Judge Refuses to Dismiss Case Challenging Obamacare Subsidies - TownHall
The judge will not issue an injunction to stop the IRS from issuing subsidies, meaning Obamacare can move forward as planned. However, the lawsuit will also move forward and depending on the outcome, could limit IRS power to issue Obamacare subsidies.
White House won't rule out delay of ObamaCare individual mandate - Fox News
The White House appeared to leave the door open Monday to delaying the so-called individual mandate in the federal health care law, as President Obama acknowledged the main website for enrollment is not working as it should.
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