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Around the World
Iran to Build Two More Nuclear Plants - Washington Free Beacon
Iranian officials announced the upcoming construction of two new nuclear plants on Saturday, just hours before the United States and Western nations signed a nuclear pact that will allow Iran to continue enriching uranium, the key component in a nuclear weapon.
Kerry defends Iran deal: 'It's not a question of trust' - Washington Times
The Obama administration put on a full-court press Sunday to defend the deal the U.S. and key allies struck to try to halt Iran's burgeoning nuclear program -- but the White House faces a tough sell with members of Congress who criticized the terms and said they'll still press for even tighter sanctions on the Islamic republic.
Saudi prince to Iran: We won't sit idly by - Times of Israel
In an acerbic interview shortly before the Geneva interim deal was signed, a senior Saudi diplomat issued a rare direct threat to Iran, warning that "all options are available" should the international community fail to rein in Iran's alleged drive to acquire nuclear weapons.
Syria: Clashes to break siege kill over 160 in 48 hours - Times of Israel
Heavy clashes between Syrian troops and rebels trying to break a government siege in the suburbs of Damascus have killed at least 160 fighters over two days, activists said Sunday.
US hails accord with Iran as 'good deal' - Jerusalem Post
Hard negotiations in Geneva over Iran's nuclear program produced just the interim deal sought by US President Barack Obama: A six-month freeze to a crisis that threatened to dominate the rest of his presidency.
Secret direct US-Iran talks preceded deal in Geneva - Jerusalem Post
A series of private, bilateral meetings between US and Iranian officials preceded public rapprochement between the two nations, Obama administration officials acknowledged on Saturday night.
Officals: Israelis in secret trip to inspect Saudi bases - WND
Israeli personnel in recent days were in Saudi Arabia to inspect bases that could be used as a staging ground to launch attacks against Iran, according to informed Egyptian intelligence officials.
Obama briefs Netanyahu on Iran deal, says US committed to Israel's security - Times of Israel
US President Barack Obama called Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Sunday evening, in a pre-scheduled conversation, and told him that the US will remain committed to Israel and its safety. The call came nearly 24 hours after Iran and world powers signed a first-step agreement in Geneva to largely freeze Iran's nuclear program in exchange for partial sanctions relief.
Netanyahu calls Iranian deal 'historic mistake' - Ynet News
At the beginning of the government's weekly meeting, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed the interim agreement reached Sunday between world powers and Iran in Geneva.
Inside the United States
Sticker shock hits health exchange shoppers - USA Today
Sweeping differences in health care exchange pricing among states and counties is leading to sticker shock for some middle-class consumers and others who aren't eligible for subsidies under the Affordable Care Act.
Price of Electricity Hit Record for October; Up 42% in Decade - CNS News
The price of electricity hit a record for the month of October, according to data released Wednesday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That made October the eleventh straight month when the average price of electricity hit or matched the record level for that month.
U.S. generals now take action to watch Obama - WND
After one of them called for the "forced resignations" of President Obama and congressional leaders in response to multiple grievances, including the alleged political purge of hundreds of senior military officers, two retired U.S. generals are creating a citizens' commission to scrutinize Obama administration actions on national security and economic issues.
N.S.A. Report Outlined Goals for More Power - NY Times
Officials at the National Security Agency, intent on maintaining its dominance in intelligence collection, pledged last year to push to expand its surveillance powers, according to a top-secret strategy document.
US banks warn Fed interest cut could force them to charge depositors - Financial Times
Leading US banks have warned that they could start charging companies and consumers for deposits if the US Federal Reserve cuts the interest it pays on bank reserves.
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