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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein expects to be fired and talk swirled about his fate with the Justice Department. Now he’s scheduled to meet with President Trump on Thursday.
Just a year after recording stripped-down versions old songs, Jeff Tweedy has announced a new solo album out Nov. 30, Warm, along with a memoir.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio Gov. John Kasich has signed two executive orders intended to improve controls on gun buyers in the state. The Republican governor signed the orders Monday in the wake of inaction by the GOP-controlled Legislature on recommendations of his bipartisan working group on gun issues. The first order permanently establishes a… Read More
A college classmate of Kavanaugh’s says he acted inappropriately during a drunken party 35 years ago. Kavanaugh, who’s currently a federal appeals judge, denies the allegations.
Chair design shifted dramatically about a hundred years ago, and it hasn’t been good for our backs. Our daily lives are filled with chairs that make our posture worse. Luckily, we’ve got hacks.
Scientists demonstrate that a “gene drive” can rapidly spread a genetic mutation through a species, perhaps providing a potent new weapon against malaria. But there are plenty of skeptics.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A U.S. attorney and his office have sued a West Virginia hemp farm and related parties for violating the federal Controlled Substances Act. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reported Saturday that U.S. Attorney Mike Stuart and his office are suing Matthew Mallory of CAMO Hemp WV, and Gary Kale of Grassy Run Farms…. Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio’s archery season for hunting white-tailed deer begins later this month, while gun season for deer hunting begins in November. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says the archery season begins Sept. 29 and continues through Feb. 3, 2019. State officials say gun seasons for deer hunters will be Nov. 26… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio is notifying schools about how they’ll split $12 million that was set aside to help boost school safety and security. The Attorney General’s Office says schools will get $5.65 per student, or at least $2,500 per school, through these grants for safety programs and training. The state Legislature allotted that… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice is recommending the Appalachian Regional Commission approve grants totaling over $7.1 million for nine projects. Justice said the projects take advantage of West Virginia’s assets and address community and economic development needs. The projects include public water and wastewater extensions and improvements, water treatment plant improvements… Read More