SCE&G customers will pay another $3.8 billion for the failed V.C. Summer project if their troubled utility is sold to Virginia-based Dominion Energy, according to documents the utilities recently submitted to state regulators.
The Palmetto Promise Institute warned Tuesday that Santee Cooper's customers could see their power bills soar 13 percent after the failed nuclear project. Santee Cooper says those electric rates likely will rise 7 percent.
As some S.C. lawmakers work to stop SCE&G from charging its customers any more for the failed V.C. Summer nuclear expansion, they want help from an unlikely ally: Westinghouse, the contractor blamed for botching the $9 billion project.
Tens of thousands of documents, recently released by SCE&G, could offer a roadmap to refunds for 700,000 electric customers who have been charged $2 billion for the failed V.C. Summer nuclear project. They paint a portrait of a construction project in disarray.
Health officials in Salisbury, England say the Russian ex-spy and his daughter poisoned by a nerve agent remain in critical condition, but a police detective who was exposed when he came to their aid has been discharged from the hospital.
Customers in South Carolina and across the United State attempting to cash on sale prices at Toys R Us stores were surprised to learn Thursday, March 22, 2018, that the liquidation process has been put on hold.
A man who was released from a Washington prison early due to a software glitch is suing the Department of Corrections, saying his re-arrest three years later to serve the remaining time was illegal and upended the life he had painstakingly rebuilt.
Swiss authorities conducted house searches and seized documentation in a probe of allegations made by state-controlled defense contractor Ruag of possible crimes that reportedly involved bribery linked to Russian President Vladimir Putin's entourage.
Federal prosecutors in Massachusetts say a husband and wife have been indicted on charges that they did business with a Syrian company that developed bombs used against U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The budget bill before Congress includes an update to federal law that makes clear that authorities with a warrant can obtain emails and other data held by U.S. technology companies but stored on servers overseas.