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- Is The White House Obscuring the Truth?
What did the president know and when did he know it?
- U.S. justices rule for PPL Corp in overseas tax case
By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Supreme Court on Monday ruled for utility PPL Corp in its dispute with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service over credits the company claimed to offset overseas tax payments. The court ruled on a unanimous vote that Pennsylvania-based PPL can claim $39 million in U.S. foreign tax credits against a 1997 British windfall tax. Writing on behalf of the court, Justice Clarence Thomas said the "predominant character of the windfall tax is that of an excess profits tax, a category of income tax in the U.S. sense." At least two other U.S. ...
- Horse racing-Seven more Al Zarooni horses test positive
* Seven Al Zarooni horses positive for anabolic steroids * BHA to take no further action pending outcome of trainer appeal (Adds details) LONDON, May 20 (Reuters) - Seven further horses trained by banned Mahmood Al Zarooni, including 2012 St Leger winner Encke, have tested positive for anabolic steroid stanozolol, the British Horseracing Authority said in a statement on Monday. Godolphin trainer Al Zarooni was handed an eight-year ban by the BHA last month for doping horses with anabolic steroids after 11 tested positive at his stable in Newmarket, England. ...
- Report: Obama Administration Apologizes for Another National Security Leak
“Can you imagine if things were reversed and somebody did that to the U.S.?"
- North Korea Can't Stop Firing Missiles
North Korea launched two more "projectiles" into the Sea of Japan on Monday and this is not a broken record. This was the fifth and sixth launches in the last three days putting Pyongyang back in full belligerence mode after a brief period of calm. South Korea's Yonhap News says the latest projectile is believed to be a small surface-to-surface missile, but military officials are still trying to determine exactly what was used. All six launches have been short-range projectiles fired from North Korea's east coast before falling into the sea.