The S.C. Public Service Commission met Monday night with ratepayers and SCE&G customers who were angry about utility rates they paid for a failed nuclear expansion project that will never generate power.
An appeals court denied SCE&G’s efforts to block a temporary rate cut to its customers’ electric bills. Those cuts now will stay in place until the S.C. Public Service Commission rules on longer-term rates.
The nation's only major nuclear power plant under construction appears to still be alive as the three owners seek to hash out conditions; project yars over schedule and billions of dollars over budget.
Democrat Drew Edmondson, who is trying to capture the governor's seat in the red state of Oklahoma, says during a forum against Republican candidate Kevin Stitt that his experience in government is a benefit.
Venezuela's foreign minister says he is ready to crash a meeting at the United Nations called to help surrounding countries struggling to deal with the flood of migrants fleeing his nation's economic crisis.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke dismissed the notion that he's giving away public lands for oil and gas companies during a visit Monday to Utah's Zion National Park where he drew attention to the maintenance backlog at national parks.