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Former DHS official: Plot against Whitmer was ‘reminiscent’ of ISIS

Taylor backs Biden, answers for Trump admin immigration policy Miles Taylor is one of several former President Trump administration senior officials who has now endorsed...

Ohioan reports being recruited for plot targeting Gov. DeWine at his...

Note: This story has been updated. A Miami County resident reported to police being recruited to take part in a citizen’s arrest of Gov. Mike...

Barrett nomination advances to the U.S. Senate floor with a GOP-only...

WASHINGTON — Republicans on the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday approved the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, as...

COVID-19 hospitalizations are hitting record highs. Black Ohioans are carrying the...

Though Black Ohioans comprise 14% of the state’s population, they make up 27% of the COVID-19 hospitalization load, state data shows. The community is similarly,...

Portman, fan of a big tax cut for the rich, won’t...

Portman, fan of a big tax cut for the rich, won't say whether he supports $2T in coronavirus relief

Namesakes in landmark gay marriage case oppose Barrett’s confirmation to Supreme...

Sen. Brown on court packing: 'All things are on the table' The namesakes from the 2015 landmark case Obergefell v. Hodges warn that confirming Amy...

Ohio Supreme Court candidates talk impartiality, inequity

The roles Ohio Supreme Court justices should avoid are just as important as the roles they do play, according to justices and the judges...

DeWine speaks up for popular parts of the ACA, but not...

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine speaks up for popular parts of the ACA, but not the one providing healthcare to 500,000 low-income Ohioans

Advocates: Ohio’s poor increase as feds dither on coronavirus relief

Many Ohioans were already trapped in poverty before the coronavirus forced hundreds of thousands more out of jobs. 

Supreme Court confirmation hearings to plow ahead amid COVID-19 infections

Federal Judge Amy Coney Barrett will face the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee beginning Monday for what’s expected to be an unusual and contentious four...
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