10 things you need to know today: March 2, 2015

Netanyahu arrives to address Congress on Iran, a fatal L.A. police shooting is caught on video, and more

Mr. Netanyhu goes to Washington.
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1. Netanyahu arrives ahead of controversial address to Congress

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu traveled to the United States on Sunday ahead of a Tuesday address to Congress on Iran. Netanyahu was invited by GOP leaders in Congress who share his opposition to the Obama administration's attempt to negotiate a deal with Iran to curb its controversial nuclear program. National Security Adviser Susan Rice has called Netanyahu's address "destructive," but Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday that Netanyahu was "welcome" and that U.S.-Israel security ties remained close.

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