Washington D.C. Travel Newswire (Page 9)

Washington D.C. Travel Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Report: Paul Manafort Reaches $11M Bail DealRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 30 | News Max

    Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has reached an $11 million bail deal that would lift the house arrest he has been under for the past four weeks, reports say. In court filings released Thursday, Manafort's lawyers revealed "an agreed-upon bail package" with attorneys from special counsel Robert Mueller's office, which indicted Manafort and business partner Rick Gates on charges of money laundering and failing to register as foreign agents, Politico reported.


  2. Manafort Agrees to Post $11.7 Million in Property in Bail DealRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 30 | Bloomberg

    Paul Manafort, the former campaign chairman to Donald Trump accused of money laundering, has reached a bail agreement with prosecutors in which he would forfeit four properties worth $11.7 million if he fails to appear in court. Under the agreement made public on Thursday, Manafort would be permitted to travel among Florida, New York and Virginia, where he has homes, and Washington D.C., where he must make court appearances.


  3. Elon Musk wants to dig a Boring Company tunnel in ChicagoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 30 | Mashable

    Elon Musk wants to bring high-speed "loop" transport to Chicago - and instead of just declaring that it's going to happen, as is his standard operating procedure, it looks like he's actually going to get in on a formal project bidding process. Musk tweeted out a Chicago Sun Tim es article about the Chicago Infrastructure Trust's call for bids on a new public transportation project that aims to cut down commuting time between O'Hare Airport and the city's downtown area.


  4. Blacksburg to D.C. Bus Service to Start Picking Up Passengers in StauntonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 30 | NBC29

    A new bus service that goes from Blacksburg to Washington D.C. and back will begin picking people up in Staunton on Friday. There will be two buses in each direction, which means two stops in Staunton every day, right in front of Martin's on Richmond Avenue.


  5. Share This on Google+Read the original story

    Thursday Nov 30 | Hotel Online

    Hotel-Online >> Share >> IHG in Partnership with JEJUair Plan 2018 Opening of 300-Room Holiday Inn Express Hotel in Seoul, South Korea European Leased Hotel Cap Rates Reach Historic Low As Investor Pool Expands, Says HVS HWE Report By Peter Szabo, Analyst at HVS London Capitalisation rates... Bethesda, MD NOVEMBER 30th, 2017 StayNTouch, an innovator in mobile technology and Property Management Systems for hotels, is pleased to... 30 November 2017, London: Capitalisation rates for fixed income prime hotel investments such as lease contracts have reached sub 5%, according to a report from... Led by renowned MBA professor and senior management expert Dr. Linda Herkenhoff, the online class looks at how EI impacts staff productivity, employee... Over 1100 global hoteliers and partners respond to data analytics survey to assist HEDNA in developing best practices for managing and utilizing ... (more)


  6. Local boy scouts visit nation's capitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 29 | NJ.com

    Boy Scout Troop 1969 of Stanton spent Saturday, Nov. 18 in our nation's capital, visiting the National Mall and Memorial Parks. The scouts toured the Capitol and then split up into patrols to explore various museums and memorials.


  7. Charlotte's hairRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 21 | Bronte Blog

    Atlas Obscura discusses writers' hair. Once it has been trimmed and saved, hair might take any of several paths to the stacks.


  8. AAA predicts 1 million Virginians will travel for ThanksgivingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 21 | WTKR-TV Norfolk

    NOVEMBER 24: Heavy traffic congestion is seen on Interstate 395 November 24, 2004 in Washington, DC. The day before Thanksgiving is traditionally the busiest travel day in the United States.


  9. Interior denies wrongdoing involving Zinke's wife, travelRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 20 | News9 Oklahoma City

    Federal aviation investigators say retired star pitcher Roy Halladay performed steep turns and flew feet above the water in his small plane moments before his fatal crash two weeks ago. A news website Is reporting that Michigan Rep. John Conyers settled a complaint in 2015 from a woman who alleged she was fired from his Washington staff because she rejected his sexual advances.


  10. Field trip to Sobeloff Building gives Juneau students exposure to Tlingit cultureRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 20 | KTOO-TV Juneau

    Culture Bearer DaaljA ni Cruise tells Juneau second-graders a traditional Alaska Native story during an excursion to the Walter Sobeloff Building on Nov. 16, 2017. At the Walter Sobeloff Building on Thursday, Sealaska Heritage Institute Culture Bearer DaaljA ni Cruise started off a visit from Juneau second graders by reviewing some concepts they learned in class.


  11. Tiny units, but with luxury extras, are newest South End housing strategyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 20 | Boston.com

    In their ongoing quest to cater to affluent young urbanites, developers have come up with a new idea inspired by the age-old concept of cohousing. Newton-based National Development and Ollie, a New York-based real estate operator, are planning a 14-story "coliving" apartment building at the Ink Block complex in the South End.


  12. America's culture wars are spreading to hotelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 20 | The Economist

    CHOOSING a hotel for a trip is generally seen as an apolitical decision. In contrast, restaurants and cafes have sometimes taken on an ideological tinge, with conservatives mocking liberals for their latte coffees, and liberals ribbing conservatives for their deep-fried everything and well-done steaks.


  13. Here's the early proposal for Anthony Scaramucci's book, which is now dead in the waterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 20 | Silicon Alley Insider

    President Donald Trump's short-lived communications director Anthony Scaramucci didn't have much luck shopping his book with major publishers. In the months after getting ousted from the White House, Scaramucci sought a publisher to put out a book, which at one point was titled "I Did It My Way," about his 10 days as Trump's communications director.


  14. Museum of the Bible: In the Beginning aRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 20 | The George Towner

    In the beginning - that is, seven years ago - Museum of the Bible was created as a nonprofit by Steve Green, evangelical billionaire president of arts-and-crafts retailer Hobby Lobby. The following year, the museum and its proponents gave a presentation of their vision to supporters, as well as to scholars and religious leaders, at the Vatican Embassy on Massachusetts Avenue.


  15. Mission impossible: How an old US law could scotch peace talks before they startRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 20 | The Times of Israel

    Trump's threat to shutter the PLO mission in Washington is rooted in a measure Reagan saw as Congressional overreach into the president's diplomatic powers. Is there a way out? US President Donald Trump, left, and Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas pose for a photograph during a joint press conference at the presidential palace in the West Bank city of Bethlehem on May 23, 2017.


  16. Nick in the AM: Listening tour leads House Dem leader Steny Hoyer to PeoriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 20 | PeoriaTimes-Observer

    Instead of talking much about recent tumult in Washington, D.C., Steny Hoyer said he was in town to listen. Hoyer and a fellow Democratic traveler, U.S. Rep. Jimmy Panetta of California, joined 17th District Rep. Cheri Bustos at a business and education roundtable at the Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce.


  17. Holiday travel tips for Thanksgiving weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 20 | ABC2 Maryland

    HANOVER, MD Gathering near Southwest's ticketing counters at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport , Transportation Secretary Pete K. Rahn and representatives from each of the Maryland Department of Transportation's six transportation business units kicked off Thanksgiving Week with holiday travel tips. "MDOT wants you to get to your holiday destinations safely whether you're going by plane, train or car, across the state, across the country or just across the street," Secretary Rahn said.


  18. Turkeys get luxury hotel room before White House pardoningRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 20 | CBS News

    These turkeys are living it up at a Washington D.C. hotel before traveling to the White House to be pardoned by President Trump.


  19. Airbnb's growth is slowing amid safety concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 20 | New York Post

    Airbnb's business is hitting a wall as travelers grow more skittish over whether the home-sharing service is safe, according to a new study. A spate of high-profile incidents, in which Airbnb hosts or guests were the victims of crimes, as well as growing concerns about privacy, have recently gotten in the way of growth, according to Morgan Stanley's third annual study of the hotel and leisure industry.


  20. UNT faculty members documentary to premiere in Washington D.C.Read the original story

    Monday Nov 20 | PressReleasePoint

    "The Salinas Project," a documentary by University of North Texas senior lecturer Carolyn E. Brown, will have its Washington D.C., premiere Nov. 29. Lolo is one of four young people - all children of immigrants - living in Salinas, California, whom Carolyn E. Brown, senior lecturer in the University of North Texas' Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism, followed in her documentary, "The Salinas Project." knew of the city of Salinas, one hour south, for three reasons - John Steinbeck, a native of Salinas who set many of his famous stories in the town; agriculture; and gang violence.