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Pensions May Be Key to Stockton Bankruptcy Exit

Pensions May Be Key to Stockton Bankruptcy Exit

Bankrupt Stockton says it does not want to cut its biggest debt, pensions promised employees, because the CalPERS plan is needed to be competitive in the job market, particularly for a short-handed police force in the crime-ridden city. But despite Stockton’s wishes, during a hearing Oct. 1 on Stockton’s “plan of adjustment” to cut debt […]

Report: U.S. Electric Grid ‘Inherently Vulnerable’ to Sabotage Multiple unreported incidents raise security concerns

Report: U.S. Electric Grid ‘Inherently Vulnerable’ to Sabotage Multiple unreported incidents raise security concerns

BY: Adam Kredo  Washington Free Beacon March 11, for sale 2014 1:49 pm Electric grid compounds across the country have faced an uptick in unauthorized intrusions by unknown individuals, search causing concern that the U.S. grid is “inherently vulnerable” to widespread sabotage, according to a recent oversight report issued by New Jersey’s Regional Operations Intelligence […]