Paxton House Paxton House is an historic country house in the Borders, near Berwick-on-Tweed. Originally built in the 18th century by John Adam, it is now owned by a trust and open to the public with much of its historic contents and paintings (in collaboration with the National Galleries of Scotland). Show More Summary
The relationship between US law enforcers and the communities they protect is broken, but data can be used to repair that trust
Decades after a major spill opened our eyes to oil's dangers, we're still living under the delusion that it's safe
Liverpool star has open doors for summer transfer - originally posted on Soccerlens.com According to reports from the trusted and reliable Gianluca Di Marzio website from Italy, outspoken Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero has opened doors at his club to sign Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli in the summer transfer window. Show More Summary
Dear Member of the New York State Legislature: It is palpable. Confidence and trust in our criminal justice system has been challenged in recent months. New Yorkers don't need to be reminded by the events in Baltimore that relations between police and communities are as delicate as they are fundamental to the foundations of society. Show More Summary
The Kremlin wants to use smartphone technology it can trust -- by cracking open an alternative's source code.
After a few months of wondering, we may have a better i […]
The Landmark Trust announced the public opening of LAND, an exciting collaboration with sculptor Antony Gormley, as part of their 50th anniversary celebrations. LAND, a commission by the Landmark Trust, comprises five life-size standing...Show More Summary
...Continued from "I Am No Tiger Mom, but I am No Sheep." When I told them about our separation, they were present, they trusted me wholly and it's been open communication and calm ever since. I'm not tooting my horn; I'm citing empirical data that proves the positive. Show More Summary
Aaron David Miller: In cutting a deal with Iran, President Obama has opened a breach with allies that fear a rising Iran and don’t trust the president. Those worries can be ameliorated only by a significant change in Iran’s behavior...
Post by Lisa Fogarty. Imagine surviving a terrifying 4,000-ft fall after your parachute fails to open, suffering from broken bones, fractures, and mental distress—only to learn the person you trusted most in life had been arrested on the suspicion that he purposely sabotaged your parachute and tried to kill you. Show More Summary
ItBit, a New York-based digital-currency exchange, opened its doors on Thursday to U.S. customers as a trust company. The 18-month old startup announced that it has received a trust company charter from the New York State Department of Financial Services that will allow it to operate in all 50 states as a fully regulated financial-services entity.
Vornado Realty Trust has commitments for $1.1 billion of the condominiums at 220 Central Park South, its luxury residential property in Manhattan. Vornado opened a small sales gallery to a "limited... To view the full story, click the title link.
After a year and a half of political fights, lawsuits and protests, City Controller Ron Galperin was finally able to open the books of two nonprofit trusts associated with the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and reveal, at least partially, how managers spent millions of dollars in ratepayer...
The trendy Ace Hotel that opened last year in a refurbished historic building in downtown Los Angeles has been purchased by a Maryland real estate investment trust for $103 million.
Former Sen. Norm Coleman (R-MN) writes in the Daily Beast about his close relationship with a Republican transgender woman who served as one of his most senior aides. “One of my most trusted colleagues during my career in public service [...]
We can't trust anyone to give us the complete picture, so we have to find pieces of it in many different places.
Plus: How the Obama administration's press restrictions "undermine public trust in government."
Google values and invests in its employees. It provides resources like free meals and in-house dry cleaning to save their time and improve their health and productivity. It "defaults to open," to prove it trusts employees, and encourages them to work on projects they feel passionate about. Show More Summary
Per the Washington Post: Buried in a massive Pew study on the public’s feelings about data and open government is this amazing nugget: Just 23 percent trust the federal government to do the right thing “at least most of the time.” Twenty three percent! That’s unpopularity-of-Congress territory. Show More Summary