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Detroit stays calm with power gone

‘Hardcore Pawn’ star Les Gold discusses the blackout in Detroit and how citizens are handling it.

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  1. 8 Million Without Power As Sandy Moves West

    As Sandy moved west so did power outages. A U.S. Department of Energy update Tuesday afternoon added Kentucky to the list of states experiencing widespread blackouts...

  2. When Your Power is out Does Homeowners Insurance Kick in?

    At best a power outage is a minor inconvenience that gives the family a chance to eat by candlelight and the kids an opportunity to discover a world away from the TV...

  3. U.S. East Coast Paralyzed by Sandy

    Millions of people in the eastern United States awoke on Tuesday to flooded homes, fallen trees and widespread power outages caused by the giant storm Sandy, which s...

  4. The Growing Threat of Cyber Warfare

    Former Joint Chiefs of Staff Member Col. Cedric Leighton on the national security risks from cyber attacks.

  5. Chinese Companies a U.S. National Security Risk?

    ‘The Coming Collapse of China’ author Gordon Chang and FNC contributor K.T. McFarland on the potential risks to U.S. national security from Chinese companies such as Huawei and ZTE.

  6. India Minister: Aim to Amend Electricity Act to Check Excess Drawing of Power by States

    India's federal government is proposing amending the Electricity Act to give more muscle to regulators to prevent states from drawing too much power from the nationa...

  7. Utilities Face Hurricane Blackouts

    Utilities in Louisiana, Mississippi and other Gulf Coast states were preparing Tuesday for hurricane winds and flooding that could knock out power, while Florida cre...

  8. World's Worst Power Blackouts

    Hundreds of millions of people across India were left without power on Tuesday in one of the world's worst blackouts, trapping miners, stranding train travelers and ...

  9. Brazilian Athlete Breaks His Bronze Olympic Medal

    FNC contributor Monica Crowley and FBN’s Adam Shapiro on an Olympic athlete who broke his bronze medal in the shower, the blackout in India, Mitt Romney’s VP app, and the 100th birthday of economist Milton Friedman.

  10. With Power Plant Offline, California Scrambles to Avoid Blackouts

    California officials responsible for the state's electric grid are scrambling to avoid blackouts in southern California this summer following news that a major nucle...

  11. US Regulators Find 2011 California Power Outage Could Have Been Avoided

    Federal regulators said Tuesday a massive power outage last year in the U.S. Southwest and northern Mexico could have been avoided if grid operators had been running...

  12. US Regulators Find 2011 California Power Outage Might Have Been Avoided

    Federal regulators said Tuesday that a massive power outage last year in the U.S. Southwest might have been avoided if grid operators had been running the transmissi...

  1. U.S. unprepared for the results of an electromagnetic pulse?

    Task Force on National and Homeland Security’s Dr. Peter Vincent Pry on the potential impact of an electromagnetic pulse from the sun.

  2. PG&E Offers $250K for Info on Substation Attack

    PG&E (NYSE:PCG) is offering a $250,000 reward for leads that help investigators track down the people responsible for last year's attack on a substation in Californi...

  3. Risk of a national blackout ?

    Former CIA covert operation officer Mike Baker on the vulnerability of the national power grid.

  4. Verizon to eliminate free backup batteries for new residential phone customers

    Verizon, the nation's second largest provider of landline phone service, is joining other telecommunications companies by no longer providing free backup batteries n...

  5. Venezuela probe says sabotage caused Amuay disaster

    An official investigation into a 2012 explosion at Venezuela's largest refinery Amuay has concluded sabotage was to blame for one of the global oil industry's deadli...

  6. Could 2003 Blackout Happen Again?

    It's been exactly a decade since a cascading blackout across the Northeast crippled commerce and transportation in the U.S. and Canada by cutting off power to 50 mil...

  7. Aurizon Inks Rail, Port Infrastructure Deal with GVK Hancock

    An Indian conglomerate's plans to open up a new coal-mining province in northeastern Australia has secured the backing of Aurizon Holdings Ltd. (AZJ.AU), the nation'...

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