WASHINGTON, D.C. Republican U.S. Senator John McCain has scheduled a Jan. 5 hearing on foreign cyber threats to the United States, after Washington ordered the expulsion of Russian diplomats over computer hacking in the November presidential election. Witnesses called to testify include Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and Admiral Mike Rogers, head of the U.S. Cyber Command, according to a post on Friday on the website of the Senate Armed Services Committee that McCain leads.
RALEIGH Gov. Pat McCrory’s office announced Friday that he is willing to call the N.C. General Assembly back into a special session if the Charlotte City Council repeals its ordinance that triggered the controversial […]
RALEIGH Two lawmakers from coastal North Carolina filed a bill Monday to encourage the Wilmington District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to allow shellfish cultivation and aquaculture activities in North Carolina waters […]
RALEIGH The three-judge panel that previously ordered a halt to Senate confirmation hearings for Gov. Roy Cooper’s cabinet nominees has reversed course. Judge Jesse B. Caldwell III of Gaston County, writing for the panel […]