Yann Moix, an award-winning French author made the comments in an interview with Marie Claire magazine.
The utility is facing lawsuits connected to California's deadliest-ever wildfire, the Camp Fire, which killed 86 people in November.
The former presidential hopeful jumped into an issue that has drawn attention — and criticism — as the 2020 race gets underway.
In the briefing with reporters, Vice President Mike Pence also said that Trump directed OMB to lessen the impact of the shutdown on everyday Americans.
The show looks at mounting discontent in Europe as the year begins.
"We often see the types of callers we get" follow a news cycle, the hotline network's head said. With the R. Kelly show, more people called "about childhood abuse."
Lawmakers in Britain are back after the festive season - but what is next for Brexit? Our guests debate this and more in this episode of Raw Politics.
The options under review include sending the most dangerous fighters to the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, officials say.
A teenager in search of free chicken nuggets has been knocked off the top of the ranking for the most-retweeted post of all time — Japanese billionaire, Yusaku Maezawa, has taken first position.
Anthony Rauda, 42, was also charged with 10 counts of attempted murder and five second-degree burglary in what authorities describe as a two-year crime spree.
Workers' last paychecks were issued in late December, Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said on Sunday.
"You have undermined your credibility in this courthouse," Judge Dabney Friedrich said. "Knock it off."
No, she's not having twins.
Drones, VR, AI, 3D printing and scanning: how can all these new technologies help design the buildings of tomorrow? In search of answers, architects have teamed up with engineers and their findings have been shared at an exhibition in Copenhagen.
Dalton halted jury selection with surprise guilty pleas to six counts of murder, two counts of attempted murder and eight counts of felony use of a firearm.
The president's scheduled trip comes during the third week of partial government shutdown over his request for border wall funding.
In this edition of The Brief: the Pope calls for solidarity over migrants in Europe, while a standoff continues over asylum proposals, animal welfare is on the agenda for free trade agreements and Orthodox Christmas is marked in Europe.
Scientists say the cosmic crash will occur billions of years sooner than expected.
Gov. Bill Haslam granted Brown a full commutation to parole. She will be eligible for release Aug. 7 on time served and will remain on parole for 10 years.