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    Netanyahu: Deal will enable Iran nukes

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Tuesday that a proposed agreement between world powers and Iran was "a bad deal" that would not stop Tehran from getting nuclear weapons -- but would rather pave its way to getting lots of them and lea...




Netanyahu: Deal won't stop Iran from getting bomb

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Tuesday that a proposed deal between world powers and Iran would not stop Tehran getting nuclear weapons.

LA Shooting

Police, witnesses, discuss LAPD shooting

Witnesses and Los Angeles police officials are speaking out about the fatal shooting of a homeless man by officers Sunday.

Netanyahu speech preview

Netanyahu to speak to Congress

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will address a joint session of U.S. Congress Tuesday at the invitation of Speaker John Boehner. Netanyahu is expected to use the speech to criticize ongoing negotiations between six world powers and Iran over sanctions used to curb Iran's nuclear program.

Woodward Academy

Second chance at Iowa basketball tournament

For the first time, the Iowa state high school boys’ basketball tournament will feature a team from Woodward Academy, a school for juvenile offenders. Being on a team is one way teachers show the students they can belong to something bigger than themselves.

iPhone blew up in pocket

Man says iPhone exploded in his pocket

A New York man says his smart phone blew up in his pocket and he wound up in a hospital.

Mock Lincoln commercial

Mock Lincoln commercial goes viral

A Texas police department’s video mocking a Matthew McConaughey Lincoln commercial has gone viral.


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Netanyahu's controversial visit: What to know

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed Congress on Tuesday and many Democrats skipped the speech. Here's a closer look at the controversy surrounding the Israeli leader's visit.

Bill Gates, Microsoft

Richest people on the planet 2015

A familiar face once again tops Forbes' list of the world's richest billionaires.

Leonard Nimoy

Notable deaths of 2015

Take a look at the most notable deaths of 2015.

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