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Calls for investigation of FEMA follow "60 Minutes" report that agency overlooked falsified engineering reports made by insurance companies to save on damage claims
Speaking at a pro-Israel conference, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sought to narrow the divide between his government and the Obama administration. The White House sees Netanyahu's speech to Congress as an effort to torpedo a deal with Iran that could halt its pursuit of a nuclear weapon for a decade or more. Major Garrett reports.
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Washington Post correspondent David Ignatius tells CBS News that the Obama administration believes talks between the U.S. and other countries on Iran are needed
In filing a notice of appeal in federal court, Bob McDonnell said the basis by which he was accused would subject many more to criminal charges