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Yesterday I spoke truth to oil at the Exxon annual shareholders’ meeting in Dallas. I came from California with a simple message for shareholders. Stop empowering and enabling Exxon with the farce of shareholder resolutions designed to nudge the oil giant into disclosing what it knows about carbon risks. Instead, it’s time to divest shares altogether.
One vote. That’s all it took on Thursday, May 19, with House Speaker Paul Ryan holding the floor open long enough for GOP Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy of California to pressure seven Republicans to switch their votes and kill a measure to protect LGBT rights. Chaos erupted as Democrats shouted “Shame! Shame!” after members voted 213-212 to defeat an amendment by out New York Rep.
Two computer science degree grads, who also happen to be members of the House, have sent a note to their colleagues and staff members in Congress laying out basic cybersecurity measures.
Two lawmakers with computer science degrees took their colleagues to task, encouraging them in a letter to use encryption and practice smarter cyber hygiene.
TORRANCE (CBSLA.com) — A congressman from the South Bay said the U.S. Postal Service needs a major overhaul to fix its widespread problems, including mail theft.
Rep. Ted Lieu, D-Manhattan Beach, met with Postmaster General Megan J. Brennan at a recent hearing of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
TODAY: STATE OF THE STATES — Two House Homeland Security subcommittees today will join forces for a hearing on how to improve cybersecurity at the state level. For Rep. John Ratcliffe, who chairs the cybersecurity-focused subcommittee, the emphasis should be on enhancing information sharing.
Two House lawmakers with computer-science expertise are warning their colleagues to improve their cybersecurity hygiene as hackers get smarter and increasingly target government officials.
Human rights groups say Saudi-led coalition warplanes improperly used U.S.-made cluster bombs in Yemen, posing a danger to civilians two months after a cease-fire was struck in the country's civil war.
Two freshman congressmen with a background in cybersecurity urged their colleagues Monday to take simple steps to better protect their computers and smartphones from hackers.
By RAFAEL BERNAL