British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a crucial test on Tuesday as lawmakers in Parliament vote on her deeply contentious Brexit plan. Opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said May had "completely and utterly failed" to ease MPs' concerns and said if she loses the vote on Tuesday night, she must call an election.
PG&E CEO Geisha Williams stepped down from her position on Sunday. Still, the utility vowed to provide "safe natural gas and electric service to customers." . "Our goal will be to work collaboratively to fairly balance the interests of our many constituents-including wildfire victims, customers, employees, creditors, shareholders, the financial community and business partners-while creating a sustainable foundation for the delivery of safe service to our customers in the years ahead".
Ibrahim Kalin, Turkey's presidential spokesman, replied, also on Twitter , with a warning for Mr Trump. There has been growing friction between Turkey and the US over the fate of the YPG, especially after US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo this month said Washington would ensure Turkey would not "slaughter" Kurds.
Capping its broadest-ever lineup of Explorer SUVs, Ford revealed today two all-new models that will take Explorer drivers faster and further than ever before. The ST stands out from the standard Explorer thanks to a blacked-out grille, unique lower-body panels, and special badging. Leather sport bucket seats with micro-perforations, City Silver accent stitching and ST logo complete the sporty feel.
The economic situation in Zimbabwe is getting worse, as trade unions and protesters call for a three-day strike. "Workers' salaries have been reduced to nothing and our suffering elevated to another level". "It's going to reduce demand for fuel because it's now a bit expensive and that will deal with speculative demand if it was there", said economist Godfrey Mugano.
Wireless providers say they've cut off the data for the providers mentioned in the Vice story and are investigating. The report naturally caused concern amongst lawmakers and privacy advocates. Back in June, Legere made the seemingly unambiguous promise that he had "personally evaluated this issue and have pledged that T-Mobile will not sell customer location data to shady middlemen".