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Around the World
In Iraq, a Sunni revolt raises specter of new war - Washington Post
An eruption of violence in Iraq is threatening to undo much of what U.S. troops appeared to have accomplished before they withdrew, putting the country's stability on the line and raising the specter of a new civil war in a region already buckling under the strain of the conflict in Syria.
Syrian rebels' fight with al-Qaida group spreads - AP
Syrian rebels surrounded a compound held by al-Qaida-linked fighters and freed at least 50 people from a nearby prison Monday as clashes between rival factions in the country's northern provinces spread to the largest city controlled by the opposition.
Iranian Cleric: 'Having a Nuclear Bomb is Necessary to Put Down Israel' - Washington Free Beacon
A top Iranian lawmaker and cleric said that the country's uranium enrichment program could allow it to build a nuclear weapon "in two weeks" in order to "put down Israel," according to multiple reports in the Farsi language press.
US speeds up drone and missile deliveries to Iraq - UK Telegraph
The United States said it would speed up its deliveries of missiles and surveillance drones to Iraq as the Baghdad government battles a resurgence of Al-Qaeda linked militants.
Egypt orders deposed President Morsi to trial for conspiring with Hamas, Hezbollah - Jerusalem Post
Egypt's public prosecutor ordered former President Mohamed Morsi and 35 other Islamists to stand trial on charges including conspiring with foreign groups to commit terrorist acts in Egypt and divulging military secrets to a foreign state.
Ex-navy chief: Israel has defenses against Russian missile coveted by Hezbollah - Jerusalem Post
Israel has defenses in place against the supersonic Russian- made Yakhont anti-ship missile, ex-navy chief Vice-Admiral (res.) Eliezer Marom told The Jerusalem Post on Sunday, days after The Wall Street Journal reported that Hezbollah has been smuggling the weapon to Lebanon in pieces to evade Israeli strikes.
Netanyahu vows to fight for Israeli control over settlement blocs, Hebron - Jerusalem Post
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is using his meetings with US Secretary of State John Kerry to persuade him that Israel must maintain settlement blocs and areas of national and strategic importance, Netanyahu said Monday in a closed door meeting with Likud MKs.
Saudi King backs Israeli-Palestinian push, Kerry says - Reuters
Saudi King Abdullah offered his "enthusiastic support" to U.S. efforts to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Sunday.
Palestinian red lines make chances of US-mediated settlement slim - Times of Israel
US Secretary of State John Kerry met on Friday with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah for a talk that lasted several hours. On Saturday, Kerry was heading back for another round of talks with Abbas and his negotiating team, including chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat.
Kerry leaves region after 5-day visit empty handed - Jerusalem Post
US Secretary of State John Kerry left Israel on Monday following a five-day visit to the region.
Inside the United States
Shockingly Cold 'Polar Vortex' Moves Into Midwest - CBS News
Frigid, dense air swirled across much of the U.S. on Monday, forcing some cities and their residents into hibernation while others layered up and carried on despite a dangerous cold that broke decades-old records.
Senate confirms Janet Yellen as Federal Reserve chairwoman - Washington Examiner
The Senate confirmed Janet Yellen to be the next chairman of the Federal Reserve Monday evening, giving the U.S. central bank its first female leader and ending a nomination process that at times felt more like a high-profile political campaign.
Supreme Court puts gay marriage on hold in Utah - Washington Times
Gay marriage is on hold in Utah, stemming a tide of same-sex unions in the overwhelmingly Mormon state, at least until a federal appellate court decides whether to strike down for good a voter-passed constitutional marriage amendment.
Automotive Black Box Mandatory by September 1, 2014 - Yahoo
As of September 1, 2014, 100 percent of new cars and trucks will be required to be equipped with this feature.
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