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  • Plan To Put Watchdog's Lawyers Under Administration's Energy Department Cut From Proposal

    One state lawmaker said Friday a proposal to move legal staff from the ratepayer-funded Office of Consumer Counsel, an independent consumer watchdog, to the regulatory office under the Malloy administration's energy department, has been cut from a bill...
  • Electric Companies Jump On Push For New Gas Pipeline

    Three major utilities in New England want to get in on efforts by public officials across the region to build a natural gas pipeline. Northeast Utilities, UIL Holdings and National Grid have proposed to enter into the long-term gas contracts necessary to...
  • Q&A: Catching up with Syracuse coach John Desko

    Q&A: Catching up with Syracuse coach John Desko
    Each week, The Baltimore Sun will publish a Q&A with a college lacrosse player or coach to get you better acquainted with the player and his or her team. Today's guest is Syracuse coach John Desko, who guided his alma mater to last year's NCAA...
  • Senators want power plants secured

    Senators want power plants secured
    WASHINGTON -- Alarmed by the shooting attack on a Silicon Valley-area power station last spring, several senators called on regulators to review security operations at electrical utilities and consider imposing new rules to protect against future attacks....
  • Loss To No. 7 Cincinnati Might Not Be Too Damaging To UConn

    Loss To No. 7 Cincinnati Might Not Be Too Damaging To UConn
    ORLANDO, Fla. — The Huskies left the cold and the snow behind in Cincinnati and, with their margin for error dwindling, needed to leave the disappointment of their loss to the Bearcats back there, too. UConn's chances of catching Cincinnati in...
  • D.C. Critics Blast Comcast's Plans to Merge With Time Warner Cable

    It was only a few years ago that Comcast went through the rigorous, year-long process to secure regulatory approval of its acquisition of NBCUniversal. Now, with its plans for the country's largest cable system to acquire the second largest, it is ready...
  • North Carolina agency subject of U.S. inquiry over coal ash spill

    DURHAM, N.C. — North Carolina's environmental regulatory agency is under federal criminal investigation for its handling of a massive toxic coal ash spill into the Dan River near the Virginia border. The U.S. attorney's office in Raleigh issued...
  • Teel Time: Expanded ACC could be relegated to five NCAA bids

    Six of the ACC’s eight basketball teams reached the NCAA tournament in 1986, unsurpassed depth and representation that the league repeated in three subsequent seasons. This year, the conference might well send only five of its 15 teams to the...
  • Campaign watchdog agency rescinds warning letters to Hahn, De Leon

    SACRAMENTO — California's campaign finance watchdog agency on Wednesday rescinded warning letters that had been sent to state Sen. Kevin De Leon (D-Los Angeles) and U.S. Rep. Janice Hahn (D-Calif.) regarding disclosure of political spending. The...
  • Comcast acquisition of Time Warner Cable could undermine CBS deal

    The new distribution contract CBS Corp. signed with Time Warner Cable Inc. last summer after a bitter fight could be a casualty of Comcast Corp.'s proposed acquisition of the pay-TV operator. According to people familiar with the deal, it does not...
  • Too close for comfort [Commentary]

    Too close for comfort [Commentary]
    The proverbial "revolving door" in Washington politics is nothing new. Everyone knows it happens. Everyone hates it. And yet it continues unchecked. What is new, however, is that the interconnected web of private sector and bureaucratic personnel has...