Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called out his Iranian counterpart again and again with the hopes of shredding Hassan Rouhani's credibility when it comes to Tehran's claim that it wants to process yellowcake uranium to make fuel - not weapons.
"It's not hard to find evidence that Iran has a nuclear weapons program," Netanyahu said. "It's hard to find evidence that Iran doesn't have a nuclear weapons program."
CNN's Jim Sciutto is OutFront.
Iran's new president Hassan Rouhani is taking New York by storm.
He's holding meetings with the French, talking nice, but also snubbing the president of the United States who was willing to meet him, and skipping a working lunch with world leaders because alcohol was available.
OutFront: Israel's Ambassador to the U.S. Michael Oren.
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President Obama arrived in Israel today for his first trip there as president, and everything seemed rosy between him and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. At first.
But talk of being each other's "strongest ally" faded throughout the day, as both Obama and Netanyahu later hinted at each country's responsibility to make its own decisions about when to commit to military action against a nuclear-armed Iran. FULL POST
On the same day North Korea fired a short-range missile in to the sea of Japan, defense secretary Chuck Hagel announces the U.S. is boosting its missile defense system.
"The United States has missile defense systems in place to protect us from limited ICBM attacks but North Korea in particular has recently made advance in its capabilities and has engaged in a series of irresponsible and reckless provocations," Hagel said.
Last month, the rogue nation conducted an underground nuclear bomb test. Just this week, the North Korean government threatened to launch a pre-emptive nuclear strike on the U.S.
The government also scrapped the 1953 armistice with South Korea that ended the Korean war.
OutFront tonight: Former General James "Spider" Marks and Gordon Chang, the author of , Nuclear Showdown: North Korea Takes on the World.
In Israel, voters turned out in huge numbers today to decide whether a coalition led by Benjamin Netanyahu will continue to lead the country. The results were not as clear as expected.
Sara Sidner is in Tel Aviv, and we asked her to explain the outcome.