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Ohio man joins raid on U.S. Capitol: ‘I shouldn’t have kicked...

An Ohio man kicked in an reinforced window shutter at the U.S. Capitol during a seditious mob raid on Congress last week, footage shows. Troy...

Our history of insurrection

How big a deal were last week's events in Washington, D.C.?  We're only beginning to get an idea of what happened, who participated and who...

Ohio girds for unrest as governor says he didn’t anticipate right-wing...

As he called up the National Guard Tuesday to prepare for a possible attack on the Statehouse, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Tuesday said...

Ohio bartender and her ‘militia’ drove to D.C. to join the...

A Champaign County bartender who runs a self-identified militia, joined by three others in her unit, drove to Washington D.C. last week to join...

Ohio Board of Ed member organized bus trip to D.C. for...

A state Board of Education member organized a bus trip to Washington D.C. to participate in a “Stop the Steal” event, which descended into...

Where’s the beef? Portman won’t provide evidence of voter fraud

Ohio Sen. Rob Portman is continuing to raise doubts about the integrity of American elections — even after President Donald Trump's lies about the...

Ohio ‘militia’ group joined invasion of U.S. Capitol

A self-identified Ohio militia unit stormed the U.S. Capitol last week along with hundreds, if not thousands of others, part of a failed effort...

Despite brawls, no OSHP arrests at clashing protests at Ohio Statehouse

A pugilistic day of political demonstrations that included two brawls between far-right demonstrators insisting the presidential election was stolen and Black Lives Matter activists...

Unfinished business: 5 legislative priorities in Ohio pushed to 2021

The 133rd Ohio General Assembly wrapped up its term with a flurry of lame-duck activity last week, closing out a challenging year of legislating...

There were many efforts to change Ohio election laws in 2020,...

More Ohioans voted in the 2020 General Election than in any other election in state history. Elections officials, voter rights advocates and lawmakers from both...
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