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  • International hot spots in the limelight

    Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group president, shares perspective on the top headlines in global news this week, including an attempt to forge a new deal with Iran on its nuclear program, and Benjamin Netanyahu's political victory.

  • Iran talks fuel Israeli tensions

    After Israel re-elects President Benjamin Netanyahu, tensions have risen between Israel and the U.S. CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports the latest.

  • Refaeli hopes for change with Israel

    Supermodel, Bar Refaeli says she hopes for a change in Israel following the Likud victory in yesterday's elections.

  • Netanyahu's Likud claims victory

    NBC's Hadley Gamble reports Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has won another term in office but deep wounds linger after the bitter race.

  • Netanyahu likely to get a new term: DCIA

    Christian Whiton, principal at DC International Advisory (DCIA), discusses the stiff competition in Israel's election and explains what a new term for the incumbent prime minister means for the country.

  • A ultra-Orthodox Jewish man stands behind a voting booth at a polling station in Jerusalem March 17, 2015.

    As Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fights for reelection, here's what you need to know — from candidates to coalitions, reports NBC News.

  • CNBC update: Sotheby's and eBay team up

    Israelis are going to the polls to decide the political fate of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Apple is reportedly in talks with programmers to offer a small bundle of TV networks, and Sotheby's is teaming with eBay, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.

  • Election day in Israel

    Dan Senor, Foreign Policy Initiative, weighs in on the close election in Israel as PM Benjamin Netanyahu fights to remain the country's leader.

  • Polls show close election in Israel

    NBC's Tracie Potts reports the latest developments on the elections in Israel.

  • Netanyahu's warning to Congress

    Dan Senor, Foreign Policy Initiative, shares his thoughts on Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu's warning about a proposed agreement between world powers and Iran.

  • What the Iran deal means for Obama

    Ben White, chief economic correspondent at Politico, says that if a deal is reached with Iran, President Barack Obama should expect "a big political fight" in Washington.

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Wednesday's economic reports will be mined for clues on whether the U.S. economy is strong enough for the Fed to become less "patient" this month.

  • Obama dismisses Netanyahu's remarks

    CNBC's John Harwood reports on comments by President Obama reacting to Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress on the threat of Iran.

  • Obama: Nothing new in Netanyahu speech

    President Obama reacts to Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress on the threat of Iran.

  • Must all stand together vs. Iran: Netanyahu

    Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu addresses Congress on Israel's alliance with the U.S. and the threat Iran presents to the entire world. CNBC's John Harwood and Art Cashin of UBS, provides perspective on the forceful speech.

  • Netanyahu: Iran's nuclear quest threatens Israel

    Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu tells Congress Iran's quest for nuclear weapons is a threat to Israel and the entire world. PM Netanyahu says we must stand together against Iran and the battle vs. ISIS does not make Iran a friend.

  • Netanyahu: Iran threat to entire world

    Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu addresses Congress on Israel's "remarkable alliance" with the U.S. and appreciates what President Obama has done for the country. PM Netanyahu says Iran's quest for nuclear weapons and the threat to Israel and the entire world.

  • Netanyahu to warn on Iran

    Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to address Congress at 11 AM ET. Amb. Marc Ginsberg, former White House Advisor and One Voice Movement CEO, previews the warning.

  • Netanyahu to address Congress

    NBC's Tracie Potts reports a growing number of members of Congress will skip Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech on Tuesday because they believe it is too political.

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook

    Tim Cook's visit to Israel reveals money may be more powerful than hyperbole.