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In Israel, A Nonstop Debate On Possible Iran Strike

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A woman passes by a real estate agency in Budapest, Hungary, in January. As the Hungarian currency plunges to new lows, ordinary citizens are struggling to repay foreign-denominated loans. Laszlo Balogh/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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For Hungarian Borrowers, A Mortgage Nightmare

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President Obama traveled in the presidential limo with his dog, Bo. Adviser David Axelrod tweeted this photo from the White House Flickr account to tweak the Romney campaign. Pete Souza/White House hide caption

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U.S. Officials Point To Iran As Growing Threat

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