WASHINGTON, Oct. 20 (UPI) -- Will Congress violate the Constitution if it fails to increase the U.S. debt limit in a few months, and does President Obama have the power under the 14th Amendment to raise the debt limit on his own? Yes. No. Maybe. Wait a minute, we're confused.
MICHAEL KIRKLAND, UPI Senior Legal Affairs Correspondent
Newly installed Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has been on a charm offensive this month trying to convince the West Tehran has no intention of building nuclear weapons but whether he actually reflects the true intent of the mullahs who actually run the country or is just blowing smoke is a complicated question.
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