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Researchers wanted to know why certain infections were increasing in hospitals. They were surprised by what they found.
DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — An Air Force base in Ohio said there was not an active shooter incident Thursday, just hours after authorities in armored vehicles and unmarked cars swarmed… Read More
Jacinda Ardern, who assumed office last October, announced in January that she would be taking six weeks of maternity leave while her deputy stepped in to assume the duties of prime minister.
It’s a shift for the church, which used to consider the death penalty an “acceptable, albeit extreme, means of safeguarding the common good” in response to certain crimes.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — As Republicans in Congress prepare for a possible backlash this fall against President Donald Trump, their counterparts in the Kentucky legislature are grappling with a similar… Read More
The job market is booming and the economy is expanding. So why aren’t wages keeping pace? That’s the wage puzzle, and some economists and employers offer explanations they say help explain it.
DAYTON, Ohio (AP) – Federal authorities say they’re responding to reports of an active shooter at an Air Force base in Ohio, and the base is on lockdown. Security forces… Read More
The U.S. Education Department is going back to the drawing board on some basic rules of higher education.
Followers of the “QAnon” conspiracy theory appeared at President Trump’s campaign rally in Florida on Tuesday. And on Wednesday, the White House press secretary was asked about the fringe group.
COLUMBUS (AP) — Ohio State expects to open fall camp as scheduled on Friday – but without coach Urban Meyer. Meyer was put on administrative leave on Wednesday over the… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio’s governor has signed a bill that increases penalties for drug trafficking and some other drug offenses when the drug involved is a fentanyl-related compound. Republican… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia has been awarded a $400,000 federal grant to provide agriculture training for military veterans. The state Department of Agriculture says in a news release… Read More