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Trump Company Reportedly Looking To Add Another Hotel In Washington, D.C. ›
The Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., has generated plenty of controversy since it opened last fall. But concerns about President Trump's conflicts of interest might not be enough to stop his company from opening a second hotel in the nation's capital. The Washington Post says executives with The Trump Organization are scouring D.C. neighborhoods. They are reportedly planning to open a Scion Hotel, which is a more modest, lower-priced hotel chain than the Trump luxury hotels. The Post says the goal is to convert an existing medium-sized hotel in or near Washington's downtown area. In a statement sent to NPR, Trump Hotels CEO Eric Danziger said the company is "exploring many markets as opportunities for our new Scion hotel brand." He said the company doesn't discuss hotel projects that have not been finalized, but "to date, we have over 30 signed Letters of Intent for the Scion hotel brand." Earlier this year, Danziger revealed plans for dramatically expanding the Trump
Wed, 29 Mar 2017 18:38:00 +0000
Muslim Schoolchildren Bullied By Fellow Students And Teachers ›
Muslim children are more likely to be bullied in school than children of other faiths. A new survey by the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU) reveals that 42 percent of Muslims with children in K–12 schools report bullying of their children because of their faith, compared with 23 percent of Jewish and 20 percent of Protestant parents. These results confirm recent findings by other research and advocacy groups showing that bullying of students of color is on the rise. After hearing stories from educators nationwide about the recent surge in bullying, Maureen Costello, director of the Teaching Tolerance program at the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), decided to investigate. During the election, Costello sent a questionnaire to thousands of educators across the country. The results were startling. Over 90 percent of educators reported that school climate had been negatively affected by the election. In an earlier survey last March, with over 5,000 respondents, more
Wed, 29 Mar 2017 18:36:00 +0000
Calls Mount For Ban On 'Cyanide Bombs' After Death Of Family Pet ›
Canyon Mansfield and his dog were walking the ridge line near his house in Pocatello, Idaho, when the 14-year-old spotted a curious device that looked like a sprinkler nestled in the ground. When he reached down to inspect it, the device detonated, erupting with a "loud popping noise that knocked Canyon off his feet" and dowsed his face and clothes with an "orange, powdery substance," The Idaho State Journal reports . After cleaning himself off, Mansfield turned to his dog — only to find the 3-year-old lab with "red froth coming from his mouth and his eyes turning glassy," Mansfield later told the newspaper. The device that detonated in Mansfield's face, sent him to the hospital and, ultimately, killed his dog on March 16 was an M-44. Often known as a "cyanide bomb," it's a device used by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to prevent predators such as coyotes from harming livestock on farm and ranch lands. When triggered, the M-44 spits a potentially lethal dose of sodium cyanide
Wed, 29 Mar 2017 18:18:00 +0000
Bridgegate: Former Christie Ally Bill Baroni Sentenced To 2 Years ›
A federal judge levied the first of two punishments over the "Bridgegate" tale of political retaliation in New Jersey Wednesday, sentencing former Port Authority Deputy Executive Director Bill Baroni to two years in prison. The sentencing comes months after Baroni and Bridget Kelly, who was Christie's deputy chief of staff, were found guilty of crime s that included conspiracy and fraud. Kelly is scheduled to be sentenced later today. The two Christie allies — one a top aide, the other an appointee — were accused of playing key roles in a traffic nightmare on the George Washington Bridge back in September 2013. The four days of lane closures on the bridge were widely seen as retaliation against the mayor of Fort Lee, N.J., for not endorsing Christie during his re-election campaign. As federal Judge Susan Wigenton announced Baroni's sentence, she repeatedly noted his cover-up attempts and lack of remorse, according to reporter Matt Katz of member station WNYC. Wigenton termed the
Wed, 29 Mar 2017 18:14:00 +0000
The U.S. Has An 'Active Cyber War Underway' To Thwart The North Korean Nuclear Threat ›
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Wed, 29 Mar 2017 17:35:00 +0000


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