Gov. Newsome Says PG&E’s Bankruptcy Plan Is ‘Woefully Short’ Of What’s Needed : NPR

California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday rejected a restructuring plan from the state’s largest utility Pacific Gas & Electric. Christian Monterrosa/AP hide caption toggle caption Christian Monterrosa/AP California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday rejected a restructuring plan from the state’s largest utility Pacific Gas & Electric. Christian Monterrosa/AP California Gov. Gavin Newsom rejected a bankruptcy […]

Federal judge blocks Trump plan to spend millions in military funds on border wall construction

A federal judge in Texas has blocked the Trump administration from using $3.6 billion earmarked for the military to fund border wall construction. District Court Judge David Briones, a Bill Clinton appointee, ruled in an El Paso court Tuesday that the money cannot be diverted to build 175 miles of steel barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border. The El Paso County […]

General election: Labour sets out plan for first 100 days in office – live news | Politics

At Hull Ionians RUFC on a soaking wet Thursday morning last month, chairs were swiftly removed from the back few rows of a Brexit party event. It did the trick. The curtained event space, usually reserved for weddings, suddenly went from looking half empty to almost full. After the highs of the EU election campaign, […]

Attempt to block O’Devaney Gardens plan for 800 homes fails

The regeneration of O’Devaney Gardens, once one of Dublin city’s most troubled social housing estates, is to go ahead following a failed attempt to rescind a €7 million deal with developers Bartra. Last month, Dublin city councillors approved by 39 votes to 18 a plan which would see more than 800 new homes on the […]

General Election 2019 PolicyWatch: Tories plan higher stamp duty for non-UK residents as Lib Dems promise 300,000 homes a year

The latest headlines in your inbox The Tories have pledged to increase the stamp duty rate for non-UK residents and the Lib Dems are promising to building 300,000 homes a year. Campaigning is well under way for the general election and keeping up with the latest promises, policies and pledges from the parties can be […]

Tom Bossert’s Plan to Hijack the Hack

Tom Bossert spends a lot of time thinking about hacking.  The former Homeland Security Advisor to President Trump who also served as the country’s Chief Risk Officer and Senior Advisor on cyber, left his White House position in 2018. It happened just after Bossert spoke at The Cipher Brief’s Annual Threat Conference.  He returned to […]