Netanyahu Pledges to Address Inflation

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu scrambled to calm anger and deal with inflation after a quarter-million Israelis took to the streets Saturday in one of the biggest economy-related protests in the country's history. Netanyahu announced the appointment of a committee of experts to propose economic reform, and pledged to address Saturday's demonstrations in Tel Aviv. In just under a month, the protests calling for lower living costs have spread from a cluster of students to a nationwide movement, although Israel is projecting GDP growth of 4.8 percent this year while many Western nations are still in recession.