A $75m fine negotiated between Volkswagen and the consumer watchdog over the diesel emissions scandal could be increased by the federal court, after a judge reportedly rejected the deal as “outrageous.”
Ed Rendell, a Democrat, is a former governor of Pennsylvania. Jose A. Benitez is executive director of Prevention Point, a nonprofit in Philadelphia. Ronda B. Goldfein is executive director of the AIDS
Mistakes have become endemic, with no obvious route for the victims to seek redress New high-tech approaches sweep through social services, work, disability and health, often with minimal public debate
Legislation that would force developers and landlords to comply with rigorous new safety standards will be announced in the Queen’s speech on Monday with the aim of preventing a repeat of the Grenfell
SAN FRANCISCO — It was a problem that California had come to dread. Weather models were signaling extreme winds and dry conditions from one end of the state to the other. The risk of wildfires was high.
Apple's 2 Most Recent Software Updates Are a Mess and It's a Real Problem for a Company Known For 'It Just Works'
iOS 13 and macOS Catalina releases have been problematic for a brand that prides itself on delivering the best customer experiences. Last week I wrote about macOS Catalina, the latest version of Apple's
When Libra launched on June 18th, it seemed like an alarming new front in Facebook’s megalomaniacal expansion. Having captured billions of users and tens of billions of dollars in annual profits, the would
Residents in 34 California counties received just a day’s warning before their lights went out. As weather conditions created increased wildfire risk, Pacific Gas and Electric, the same utility that caused