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Around the World
Clapper: Iran 'making technical advancements' that point to nuclear weapons - World Tribune
The U.S. intelligence community has determined that Iran, despite its agreement with the West, would continue to enhance its nuclear weapons capability.
Obama Secretly Negotiating Away U.S. Sovereignty - WND
Consumer protections and the use of domestic law in the U.S. may drastically change as President Obama forges ahead with two secretive international deals that impact major aspects of the economy, privacy and beyond.
Russia puts 80,000 troops outside Ukraine - Washington Times
U.S. lawmakers are increasingly concerned about Russian troop movements on the border with Ukraine and the prospect of an additional land grab, as both houses of Congress voted to slap sanctions on Russia and extend loan guarantees to Ukraine.
Facebook looks to drones, lasers and satellites for Internet access - CNN
Two thirds of the world population does not have Internet access. Facebook already has more than a billion users on its service, but before it can sign up the rest of world it needs to get them online.
Obama and Pope Francis Meet in Rome - Wall Street Journal
President Barack Obama and Pope Francis met for the first time on Thursday, holding a symbolic discussion that sidestepped their differences on social issues and focused heavily on their shared interest in economic inequality.
Obama hears Vatican's concerns over health care, invites Pope to US - Reuters
U.S. President Barack Obama heard the Catholic Church's concerns over his health care plan while on a visit to the Vatican on Thursday, but drew a cheerful response from Pope Francis when inviting him to visit Washington.
IDF on alert for terrorism as 75,000 plan to visit Cave of the Patriarchs - Jerusalem Post
The IDF has completed preparations to host an expected 75,000 Israeli visitors at the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron during Passover.
Barak: Hezbollah will be able to pick which building to hit - Ynet News
In five years, terror organizations will have missiles so precise they could "choose which building in Israel to hit," former defense minister Ehud Barak warned on Wednesday.
PA officials: Jews have 'no right to pray' at Western Wall - Times of Israel
Two Palestinian Authority officials recently asserted that Islamic law forbids Jews from praying at the Western Wall of the Temple Mount, both adding that the wall was an integral part of the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
PA: Israel refuses to release prisoners, adds demands - Times of Israel
Early Friday morning, the meeting between PA President Mahmoud Abbas and American special envoy Martin Indyk on the scheduled fourth prisoner release ended.
End to Foreign Ministry strike may be near - Times of Israel
A solution to an ongoing Foreign Ministry strike that has shuttered Israeli embassies across the world may be at hand after the two sides came to an agreement late Wednesday night, the Finance Ministry said.
Inside the United States
Atheists Demand Gov. Walker Remove Religious Tweet - CBN News
A new Lifeway Research poll shows 54 percent of Americans think religious liberty is on the decline. Another instance of such decline is playing out in Wisconsin.
5th Circuit Upholds Texas Pro-life Law - CBN News
The U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, a panel consisting of all women, upheld a Texas law enacted last summer, protecting women and unborn children from unprincipled abortion providers.
Obamacare enrollment passes 6 million - Washington Examiner
With just four days left until the end of the open enrollment period, more than 6 million consumers have signed up for the health law's insurance exchanges, President Obama announced Thursday.
US now pumping 10 percent of the world's crude - FuelFix
Boosted by the galloping pace of tight oil operations, the United States produced a tenth of the world's oil at the end of last year, the Energy Information Administration reports.
No Insurance Is Better than Unapproved Insurance Under Obamacare - Weekly Standard
Would President Obama prefer that you have health insurance of which he doesn't approve, or no health insurance at all? Well, based on the penalties in play under his signature legislation, it would appear that he prefers for you to have no insurance at all than to have the "wrong" insurance (as defined, of course, by his administration).
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