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 A bipartisan group of lawmakers filed a bill Thursday designed to tackle N.C.’s widespread opioid abuse crisis. The Strengthen Opioid Misuse Prevention Act, or STOP Act, puts new reporting requirements and stricter controls […]
RALEIGH — Official interest in privatizing water utilities in cash-strapped U.S. cities is extremely high, said Aqua America CEO Christopher Franklin. In his 24 years with the company, Franklin said he has “never before” seen […]
RALEIGH N.C. legislative leaders filed a request that a three-judge panel and the N.C. Court of Appeals affirm that Senate Bill 68 complies with the law and to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Governor […]