Takata pleads guilty in air bag scandal, agrees to pay $1B

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US Supreme Court refuses appeals from 3 on Texas death row

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Questions remain after Oscars mix-up overshadows 'Moonlight' win

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Well-done steak and other delicious items from the White House menu

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Emma Stone & Ryan Gosling Had Amazing Reactions to ‘La La Land’ & ‘Moonlight’ Mixup at the Oscars and More News

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Knesset passes biometric database law

Law calls for creation of database of faces and fingerprints of all Israeli residents.

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Keep the Iran sanctions, Netanyahu urges Obama

President Barack Obama shakes hands with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during their meeting in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, Monday, Sept. 30, 2013. The White House said the two leaders would discuss negotiations with the Palestinians, developments in Syria and Iran. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)WASHINGTON (AP) Despite soothing assurances from Iran's new leaders, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu implored President Barack Obama on Monday to keep punishing sanctions in place against Tehran and even tighten them if the Islamic republic advances its nuclear programs while negotiating with the U.S.


Netanyahu to Obama – Tighten sanctions if Iran defies West

U.S. President Barack Obama meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the Oval Office of the White House in WashingtonBy Matt Spetalnick and Dan Williams WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged U.S. President Barack Obama on Monday to step up sanctions on Iran if it pursues its disputed nuclear drive while negotiating with the West. Seeking to ease Israeli concerns about U.S. diplomatic engagement with Iran, Obama said Tehran must prove its sincerity with actions, insisted that Washington would not ease sanctions prematurely and reaffirmed U.S. readiness to resort to military action if all else fails. …