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PJ Media Monitor: Top Ten Underreported Stories of the Week

Every week we scour the Internet to find the stories that apparently aren’t fit to print.

This week we’re looking at: what happened to government transparency; an Iran deal so bad that the Washington Post and Saudi Arabia both say it's dangerous; the consequences to women, black Americans and -- oh, that's right, everybody -- of Obama’s economic policies; and a crazy "robot city" soon to open where you can test your driverless car of the future.

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Free Speech & Civil Debate

Washington Post: Access denied—reporters say they are increasingly told that federal officials and data are off limits.

Needed: transparency in government. Obama admin’s spending website "upgrade" rolls back transparency.

Homeland Security

Saudi defense minister to Congress: "Iran can’t be trusted."

Wall Street Journal: Cracks are appearing in the Democratic-Jewish alliance over the Iran deal.

The Economy

What hath Obama wrought? 37-year high of 93 million Americans who are not in the labor force.

Wouldn't it be great to have an administration that worked harder to see women being employed? Record-high 56,131,000 women aren’t in the labor force.

It would be wonderful if we had an administration that worked harder to achieve employment for black Americans. Record 12,202,000 black Americans not in labor force.

Say What Now?

Israeli company's vaccine blocks 90% of cancer types.

Robot city built to test driverless cars.

3000-year old stone slab with earliest reference to House of David, "one of the most important Biblical artifacts ever found."