The California utility company is scheduled to submit a wildfire mitigation plan on Feb. 6, and the judge will decide what, if any, additional requirements to order.
New research lays the blame squarely on the ongoing destruction of the country's social safety net.
The CEO has bad news for 740 stores and 30,000 employees, announcing the liquidation of all of the company's U.S. outlets.
The ride-hailing firms have skirted traditional transportation laws, flooding the streets with cars for hire and causing economic hardship for licensed cabdrivers.
The nonprofit organization is considering bankruptcy as it faces paying out more than $1.8 million. The dispute involved rent to house WBAI's transmitter at the Empire State Building.
Washington's bureaucratic blunders, paired with decades of unfair economic policy, hinder the U.S. territory's recovery from Hurricane Maria.
The lawyer, a Republican and Trump supporter, asks Mnuchin to recognize the damage done by big banks.
The online media site owes Hulk Hogan $140 million after it lost a privacy lawsuit earlier this year, but it’s hoping to be bought by publishing company Ziff Davis, which could lower its payment.