Gin­grich says Is­rael can’t let Iran go nu­clear

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GOP pres­i­den­tial hopeful Newt Gin­grich says he sees no ev­i­dence that the Obama ad­min­is­tra­tion is tak­ing steps to pre­vent Iran from build­ing a nu­clear weapon.

Mr. Gin­grich told CNN’S “State of the Union” that Iran is play­ing U.S. lead­ers for fools.

He said the White House is “try­ing des­per­ately” to per­suade the Is­raelis not to launch a pre-emp­tive strike against Iran’s nu­clear fa­cil­i­ties. But Mr. Gin­grich said no leader of Is­rael could re­spon­si­bly al­low Tehran to have any nu­clear ca­pa­bil­ity.

Iran in­sists that its nu­clear pro­gram is for peace­ful pur­poses.

Pres­i­dent Obama is set to meet with Is­raeli Prime Min­is­ter Ben­jamin Ne­tanyahu at the White House on Mon­day. time frame for early vot­ing to 10 days be­fore an elec­tion day.

Florida says the court in Washington can de­cide the case on the ba­sis of in­for­ma­tion al­ready sub­mit­ted in the law­suit.

The bank fail­ure is ex­pected to cost the de­posit in­sur­ance fund $17.9 mil­lion.

Global Com­merce Bank is the third Fdic-in­sured bank in Ge­or­gia to fail this year.

In all of 2010, reg­u­la­tors seized 157 banks, the most in any year since the sav­ings and loan cri­sis two decades ago. Those fail­ures cost the fund about $23 bil­lion. The FDIC has said 2010 likely was the high-water mark for bank fail­ures from the Great Re­ces­sion. Last year’s 92 banks fail­ures cost an es­ti­mated $7.9 bil­lion.


The Rev. Al Sharp­ton through a bull­horn says a prayer Sun­day at the top of the Ed­mund Pet­tus Bridge in Selma, Ala., dur­ing a re-en­act­ment of the “Bloody Sun­day” civil rights march. Thou­sands are ex­pected to cross the bridge in the com­ing days, with some mak­ing the full 50-mile trek to Mont­gomery that ac­tivists made in 1965.

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