Texas needs to revamp the procurement of “black start” resources—the power generation that would be needed to jump-start the grid in the event of a collapse—five former members of the Public Utility Commission of Texas said.
The site has been a gathering place as a memorial to the 46-year-old Black man, but business owners have complained about disruptions caused by street closures and about crime in the absence of a police presence.
More than half of eligible people in New York City have received a first dose of Covid-19 vaccine, a milestone that has plunged the overall number of newly reported coronavirus cases to their lowest levels since the beginning of the pandemic.
In an interview, Christopher Wray calls the disruption and prevention of cyberattacks “a shared responsibility, not just across government agencies but across the private sector and even the average American.”
Three Trump nominees and three liberal justices limit a computer-hacking law’s application to individuals who break into computer systems, rather than extend it to authorized users who pull information for personal or improper purposes.