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Michael Jordan pledges $2 million toward building trust between communities and police

Michael Jordan is the latest star from the NBA world to take a stand against social injustice. And he’s putting his money where his mouth is. The Chicago Bulls legend and Charlotte Hornets owner said in an open letter published by the ESPN platform The Undefeated that he is pledging $2 million...

South Park's Parker and Stone on How Their Anti-P.C. Fight Differs From Trump's

At this weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con Hall H presentation about the upcoming 20th season of South Park, an oddly poignant video opened the proceedings: a fake ad treating the show like some kind of trusted lifestyle brand, following a girl as she’s born, grows up, and moves to college, all ... More »

Why the new Wellcome Trust open review journal may be the science publishing future

John Bohannan in Science writes one of many stories about the Wellcome Trust establishing a new open access journal, in which peer review follows the posting of preprints: “U.K. research charity will self-publish results from its grantees”. Normally, peer review is anonymous and happens before publication of a paper. Show More Summary

Opening Bell: 7.14.16

JP Morgan beats estimates; Larry Fink doesn't trust equities rally; Craigslist users offer 'Pokemon Go' chauffeur service for players; and more.

#BankBlack: In Just 5 Days More Than 8,000 People Have Opened Accounts At Citizens Trust Bank

More Than 8,000 People Have Opened Accounts At Citizens Trust Bank Like most Black-Americans right now, you’ve probably been asking yourself what you can do to effect change in in lieu of the recent racial tragedies. Well, that’s wh...

How Long Can You Make Eye Contact Before Shit Gets Weird?

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

You can determine a lot by looking into a person’s eyes. For years, scientists have studied how eye contact builds trust and if it reveals whether someone is lying. Now, a new study published in the Royal Society Open Science today examines exactly how long we prefer to look someone in the eyes. Read more...

Liverpool NHS Pioneer Energy Efficiency Innovation to Open Up Retrofit Market

It’s been a turbulent week for the UK, but finally some good news: three Liverpool NHS Trusts are pioneering a new certification aimed at opening up the €100 billion annual investment needed for the European retrofit market.

10 things you need to know before the opening bell (spy, spx, qqq, dia, gs, bac, ms, c, jpm, ci, antm)

Here is what you need to know. 2 European banks failed the Fed's stress tests. While all of the major US financial institutions passed the Dodd-Frank stress tests, two European banks failed. Deutsche Bank Trust Corp. and Santander Holdings...Show More Summary

Greenbank Garden Glasgow

Greenbank Garden, owned by the National Trust for Scotland, lies in the Clarkston area in the south of Glasgow. I’m not sure who owns Greenbank House, but it wasn’t open to visitors. The ‘Green Man’ sculpture, which symbolises rebirth, was commissioned to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Holmwood House and Garden. I assume that the […]

Brooklyn Beckham & Chloe Moretz Credit 'Trust & Communication' for Making Their Relationship Work

Brooklyn Beckham heads into Heathrow Airport to catch a departing flight on Friday (June 24) in London, England. The 17-year-old model’s girlfriend Chloe Moretz recently opened up about how they make their long distance relationship work. “It’s all trust and communication. You have to have a model of trust and leave it up in the [...]

'FINDING DORY' Is A Splash Hit And Makes $136.2 Million Opening Weekend At The Box Office

comScore today announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of June 19, 2016, as compiled by the company's theatrical measurement services. As the trusted official standard for real-time worldwide box office reporting, comScore provides the only theater-level reporting in the world. Show More Summary

Sumner Redstone Note Says He Doesn’t Trust Viacom CEO And Board

Sumner Redstone has an answer to yesterday’s open letter from Viacom’s Lead Independent Director Frederic Salerno.  It questioned whether he was “being heard” now that he’s surrounded by “a host of new advisors and spokespeople [who]...Show More Summary

Being Emotional Makes You Supremely Brave

As a child, I wore my heart on my sleeve. I was incredibly open, vocal, and friendly. I formed deep friendships with people quickly because I was so open that people seemed to just trust me. I had nothing to hide. If I was sad, angry, or blissfully happy, everyone could tell. Show More Summary

'THE CONJURING 2' Scares off the Competition in Its Opening Weekend with $40.4 Million

comScore today announced the official worldwide weekend box office estimates for the weekend of June 12, 2016, as compiled by the company's theatrical measurement services. As the trusted official standard for real-time worldwide box office reporting, comScore provides the only theater-level reporting in the world. Show More Summary

What 'Papa Don't Preach' Has to Say About Parenting, Love, Trust

The video for Madonna’s “Papa Don’t Preach,” the 1986 song that turns 30 today, opens with a shot of Manhattan receding, haze wafting over the Twin Towers. The point of view is of a passenger on the Staten Island Ferry: the Statue of...Show More Summary

Prince’s Paisley Park May Open For Public Tours, Could Be The Next Graceland

Paisley Park may soon become a tourist attraction. The Minnesota compound that served as Prince’s home for more than three decades could turn into the next Graceland, according to the Wrap. Court papers reveal that Bremer Trust has been named special administrator to Prince’s estate. Show More Summary

Bottle of Champagne Opened With Golf Trick Shot

You know somebody trusts you (or is being paid a LOT of money along with an iron-clad insurance policy) if they let you pop a champagne bottle in their hand by using a potentially deadly physical exploit.

Reported Data on Vaccines May Not Build Public Trust or Adherence

Recently, University of Missouri researchers proposed that open communication about the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) could improve public trust that vaccines are safe, thereby increasing vaccine acceptance. Findings from the study suggest that data and stories may not increase the public's acceptance of vaccines.

Veteran Writes Open Letter To Ted Cruz- And It’s Catching FIRE!

The following are excerpts are from a letter written by Army airborne veteran, Joshua Nybo. Not all conservatives trust Donald Trump, and they are not willing to suspend principles for

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