Oct. 8 (Bloomberg) –- The Federal Reserve begins circulating a brand new hundred-dollar bill today. The hundred-dollar bill is the most commonly counterfeited note of U.S. currency outside the U.S., but the newly redesigned bill could change all that: it's jam-packed with anti-counterfeiting features from hidden words to shifting 3-D images. Here are the need-to-know facts about the latest note of U.S. currency to get a facelift. (Source: Bloomberg)
Obama: Commitment to Israel's Security Is 'Unshakeable'
41:48 - President Barack Obama speaks about U.S. relations with Israel and negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program. Obama speaks at Adas Israel, one of Washington's oldest and biggest synagogues, in an address timed to a celebration of Jewish-American Heritage Month. (Source: Bloomberg)
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