In Washington, the U.S.- Africa Summit continues. President Obama will kick off the last day of the summit engaging in dialogue with African leaders addressing a number of hot topics, including peace and regional stability and investing in Africa’s future.
On Tuesday, two-star U.S. Army Major General Harold Greene was gunned down – the highest-ranking American casualty in the Afghan war – and 14 other coalition troops injured in an “insider attack” in Kabul.
ABC’s Ann Compton has more on the administration’s response as well as any new details in the motive and circumstances surrounding the attack.
In other news, the Obama administration is weighing plans to circumvent Congress and act on its own to curtail tax benefits for United States companies that relocate overseas to lower their tax bills, seeking to stanch a recent wave of so-called corporate inversions, Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew said on Tuesday.
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