Elections

Ohio to boost rapid, at-home coronavirus testing

As Ohio struggles with a painfully limited supply of coronavirus vaccine, it is spending $50 million on rapid, at-home tests in order to quickly...

Vaccine still distant for most Ohioans

The first round of coronavirus vaccinations for the highest-priority Ohioans is wrapping up.  But with supplies static and millions more in line behind them, as...

President Biden urges a divided nation to ‘end this uncivil war’...

WASHINGTON — Calling on Americans to bridge the widening divisions in the country, Joe Biden became the 46th president of the United States on...

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...

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...

DeWine condemns Trump’s riot incitement, praises his judges

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine condemned the riot Donald Trump incited at the U.S. Capitol Wednesday. Yet he refused to withdraw his support from the president, for whom DeWine served as Ohio co-chair. Nor would DeWine say whether he thought Trump should run for another term in 2024.

Some Dems urge another impeachment of Trump following insurrection at U.S....

WASHINGTON — Members of Congress and senators had not yet emerged from a Capitol lockdown caused by a mob of violent, rioting Trump supporters...

Woman shot during U.S. Capitol violence dies

WASHINGTON — A woman was shot inside the U.S. Capitol Wednesday during a riot provoked by Trump backers and later was pronounced dead at...

Meet the freshmen lawmakers of the 134th Ohio General Assembly

Monday marked the beginning of the 134th Ohio General Assembly, the two-year legislative term that will run through the end of 2022. With each term...
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