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President Barack Obama, flanked by the leaders of Britain and France, demanded that Iran open up a secret nuclear fuel facility to international inspectors. President Obama said the site "deepens a growing concern" that Iran has failed to live up to its international obligations. He said that Iran "is breaking rules that all nations must follow, endangering the world non-nuclear proliferation regime ... and the security of the world."
The other big story we're following this morning involves arrests of terror suspects around the country. There was an arrest of a suspect in Dallas, and one in Illinois. In both of those cases, the FBI was in control the whole time. But the arrests in New York and Denver are more concerning, and have lead to terror alerts around the country. Click here to hear the latest from Aaron Katersky in New York City.