Mayor de Blasio blasted Con Edison Monday as roughly 19,000 customers remained without power — including 13,000 in Brooklyn. A day after Gov. Cuomo ripped the utility giant, de Blasio said at a press briefing at the Office of Emergency Management’s Interagency Command Center that he “can’t trust them.” “Because I’m not getting any real...
A British minister and longstanding critic of Boris Johnson quit on Monday, the latest resignation before the presumed new prime minister takes office with a "do or die" pledge to leave the European Union with or without a deal.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren said there are warning signs for another financial crisis that would devastate the United States -- "a single shock could bring it all down" -- and the 2020 presidential candidate proposed a plan she said could help prevent it.
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