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Michael Jackson’s Estate Is Winner in Tax Judge’s Ruling

Michael Jackson’s Estate Is Winner in Tax Judge’s Ruling

Michael Jackson’s Estate Is Winner in Tax Judge’s Ruling Michael Jackson’s Estate Is Winner in Tax Judge’s Ruling After Michael Jackson died in 2009, at age 50, the executors of his estate began shoring up the shaky finances of the onetime King of Pop, settling debts and striking new entertainment and merchandising deals. Before long the estate was in strong …

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Afghan president appoints 2 ministers, angers ruling partner Washington Russia Cabinet Nato Ashraf Ghani

Afghan president appoints 2 ministers, angers ruling partner Washington Russia Cabinet Nato Ashraf Ghani

Afghan president appoints 2 ministers, angers ruling partner Washington Russia Cabinet Nato Ashraf Ghani Afghan president appoints 2 ministers, angers ruling partner Washington Russia Cabinet Nato Ashraf Ghani Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has made two key Cabinet changes, evoking a strong response Saturday from powerful governing partner Abdullah Abdullah amid increasing pressure from the U.S. to reach a peace agreement …

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Push to oust judge over absentee vote ruling sparks outcry New York Kentucky Democratic Hustler Senate

Push to oust judge over absentee vote ruling sparks outcry New York Kentucky Democratic Hustler Senate

Push to oust judge over absentee vote ruling sparks outcry New York Kentucky Democratic Hustler Senate Push to oust judge over absentee vote ruling sparks outcry New York Kentucky Democratic Hustler Senate The Republican-dominated Tennessee House is sparking fears of an unprecedented breach of judicial independence by moving forward with a proposal to remove a judge for expanding absentee voting …

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Viktor Orban Pulls Hungary’s Ruling Party From Conservative E.U. Alliance

Viktor Orban Pulls Hungary's Ruling Party From Conservative E.U. Alliance

Viktor Orban Pulls Hungary’s Ruling Party From Conservative E.U. Alliance Viktor Orban Pulls Hungary’s Ruling Party From Conservative E.U. Alliance BRUSSELS — For years, Hungary’s leader, Viktor Orban, has clashed with the European Union as he steadily eroded democracy in his country, but time and again, an alliance of conservative European political parties has shielded him from serious penalties. On …

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Uber loses ruling on worker rights in U.K. high court.

Uber loses ruling on worker rights in U.K. high court.

Uber loses ruling on worker rights in U.K. high court. Uber loses ruling on worker rights in U.K. high court. Uber suffered an important labor defeat in its largest European market on Friday when Britain’s Supreme Court ruled that drivers must be classified as workers entitled to a minimum wage and vacation time. The case had been closely watched because …

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Julian Assange Faces Ruling on Extradition to U.S.

Julian Assange Faces Ruling on Extradition to U.S.

Julian Assange Faces Ruling on Extradition to U.S. Julian Assange Faces Ruling on Extradition to U.S. A judge in London plans to rule on Monday whether Britain should extradite Julian Assange to the United States, where the WikiLeaks founder faces charges of conspiring to hack government computers and violating the Espionage Act by obtaining and releasing confidential documents in 2010 …

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In Landmark Ruling, Air Pollution Recorded as a Cause of Death for British Girl

In Landmark Ruling, Air Pollution Recorded as a Cause of Death for British Girl

In Landmark Ruling, Air Pollution Recorded as a Cause of Death for British Girl In Landmark Ruling, Air Pollution Recorded as a Cause of Death for British Girl Countless studies have shown that polluted air, whether caused by car traffic, coal-fired plants or oil refineries, harms billions of people across the world. In California, wildfire smoke has been poisoning children, …

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Fighters Win Key Ruling in Case That Could Upend U.F.C.’s Business

Fighters Win Key Ruling in Case That Could Upend U.F.C.’s Business

Fighters Win Key Ruling in Case That Could Upend U.F.C.’s Business Fighters Win Key Ruling in Case That Could Upend U.F.C.’s Business This case mostly concerns monopsony power, the lesser known cousin of monopoly power. The fighters say the U.F.C. is a monopsony, which is when there is one dominant buyer of a particular good or service — in this …

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BBC Pay Discrimination Ruling Is Disputed

BBC Pay Discrimination Ruling Is Disputed

BBC Pay Discrimination Ruling Is Disputed BBC Pay Discrimination Ruling Is Disputed “It is easy to see why trust between some women at the BBC and the organization has broken down,” said Caroline Waters, interim chair of the commission. “Many women felt their voices were not being heard and have been left feeling confused as to how decisions about their …

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Ex-South Korean President Lee back to prison after ruling Prison Prison Seoul country court

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Ex-South Korean President Lee back to prison after ruling Prison Prison Seoul country court Ex-South Korean President Lee back to prison after ruling Prison Prison Seoul country court Former South Korean President Lee Myung-bak was sent back to prison on Monday, four days after the country’s top court upheld his 17-year prison term for corruption crimes. South Korean television stations …

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