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After months of ethics scandals and investigations, the embattled EPA head has resigned, the president said Thursday.
That’s how the U.N. aid chief characterizes the situation. A cease-fire that could bring improvements was signed last week — and violated within hours.
In a letter responding to a lawsuit brought by the group Flyers Rights, the Federal Aviation Administration said that current seat size is not a safety issue.
Whiskey distillers in the U.S. are concerned EU tariffs will take a big bite out of sales. Many have expanded to meet growing demand and worry what will happen if trade frictions aren’t resolved soon.
Bill Shine left Fox News in the aftermath of a sexual harassment scandal, amid accusations that he failed to take the allegations seriously.
A new museum exhibit in London reveals a hidden side of the literary great. It turns out he was prolific not just as a novelist, but also as a promoter of public health and medical discoveries.
Many spiders ply the skies by riding “balloons” of silk. And they rely on something more than just the wind to take them high up and far away.
July 11 through July 29, Ohio University’s Tantrum Theater will be producing “Next to Normal,” the Pulitzer Prize-winning rock musical penned by Brian Yorkey with music by Tom Kitt…. Read More
Democrats have been blasting Republican Attorney General and candidate for governor Mike DeWine for not doing more about the multi-million dollar scandal involving the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow, the now-closed… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Many students enrolled in Ohio’s largest online charter school when it closed in January have since transferred to other schools, but state officials don’t know what… Read More
More than 500 Yemenis are awaiting asylum decisions on a South Korean resort island that allowed them to arrive visa-free. Their presence has sparked nationwide protests.
President Donald Trump’s desire to help boost the Ohio Valley’s energy industry and bring back mining jobs could be stymied by the administration’s escalating trade battle with China and other… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia’s consumer advocate agency says utilities must change their approach so consumers fully benefit from the savings those companies are reaping from federal tax cuts…. Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Columbus officials say self-driving shuttle buses will begin operating later this year as the city continues its push to become a “smart city” for transportation. The… Read More
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – The mayor of Kentucky’s largest city says a statue honoring a Confederate soldier isn’t a celebration of the secessionist cause. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer told the… Read More
CLEVELAND (AP) – A health care network responding to lawsuits says it wasn’t liable for a storage tank malfunction that destroyed over 4,000 eggs and embryos at its fertility clinic… Read More