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Scientists have detected plenty of planets outside our solar system. Now, they say, they’ve found the first moon circling one of them.
A new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds more believe Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Brett Kavanaugh of a sexual assault while they were in high school, after both made their cases last week.
In 2016, I wrote about a cache of bitter writings by Woody Guthrie that I had discovered while conducting research for a book on the balladeer. The invectives were directed against a man Guthrie had dubbed his “worst enemy”: Fred C. Trump, the landlord of the Beach Haven apartment complex in Brooklyn, where the Guthrie family lived… Read More
More than 1,000 documents were reportedly seized from the headquarters of Juul Labs in a surprise inspection on the manufacturer.
Abieto is the pen name for lifelong artist and Athens High School student Emi Olin, whose work creates a sumptuous world of fantastical, otherworldly creatures often in deep hues of green, purple, and crimson red. Recently Olin’s work has been featured on a 130-page journal published by Monday Creek Publishing, which is available for purchase… Read More
CINCINNATI (AP) – Ohio’s Democratic U.S. senator says Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is rushing the Supreme Court confirmation process because he fears more negative publicity will surface about the nominee. Sherrod Brown says the Republican from neighboring Kentucky is “afraid that other things come out” about Judge Brett Kavanaugh. He says the FBI investigation… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – An Associated Press review has uncovered two financial issues in the background of Democratic treasurer candidate Rob Richardson. Hamilton County court records show Richardson’s then-wife accused the Cincinnati attorney of establishing a private bank account to shield a $102,000 work bonus from her shortly before their 2015 divorce. Campaign spokesman William… Read More
CHARLESTON, WV — Federal prosecutors are limiting the scope of their criminal case against a West Virginia Supreme Court justice accused using of his office for personal gain. Opening arguments were held Wednesday in the trial of suspended Justice Allen Loughry. A federal judge allowed prosecutors to dismiss three counts related to allegations about the… Read More
When Jaime Kosiorek committed to Ohio University, she was the first and only commit in her class and was afraid that she would be all alone as a freshmen for the Bobcats. When she heard the news that Ohio was bringing in a girl from Canada who was full of energy and excitement, Kosiorek was… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A legislative committee that studied how to improve college affordability recommends that Ohio’s public universities adopt tuition-rate guarantees for undergraduates and that the state discontinue a tuition freeze and instead limit how much those institutions can increase tuition. The new report from a bipartisan panel of 10 lawmakers also suggests the… Read More