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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: The fate of tax legislation now belongs to the United States Senate. Just as with health insurance, the House has passed a bill. And senators are deep into their own debate. Part of that debate was shared widely on social media the last few days. Video of a Senate committee session shows… Read More
The holidays have officially kicked off, and that can only mean one thing: holiday shopping must soon commence. If you’re looking for items made in the region that also happen to be beautiful and impressive, look no further than the gift shop at the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio. The non-profit museum is having a… Read More
Gloria Steinem is one of the most important minds of our time: a feminist, a writer, political activist, and lecturer. On the evening of Tuesday, November 21, Steinem stopped by Ohio University, and WOUB’s Madeleine Hordinski captured the evening with a some photos, which are below.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia health officials say tick-borne Lyme disease has spread across the state over the past six years with cases in 52 of the state’s 55 counties. The Department of Health and Human Resources says most cases are reported in the northern and eastern panhandles probably because of proximity to high… Read More