The New York Times
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and President Obama had an extended meeting in the Oval Office on Monday.
SHERYL GAY STOLBERG

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WASHINGTON — President Obama said Monday that he expected to know by the end of the year whether Iran was making “a good-faith effort to resolve differences” in talks aimed at ending its nuclear program, signaling to Israel as well as Iran that his willingness to engage in diplomacy over the issue has its limits.
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