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“I took more than my fair share of criticism,” Rosenstein said in February. “But I kept the faith; I followed the rules; and I left my office in good hands. Those are the things that matter.”
The PSA from March For Our Lives comes as the gun debate gains momentum in the 2020 presidential campaign and days following a shooting motivated by hate at a synagogue in Poway, Calif.
A fictitious asteroid is the focus of a realistic exercise, as experts at the Planetary Defense Conference run through how the Earth would respond to news of a looming asteroid strike.
China has taken dramatic steps to fight climate change, including shutting major coal power plants. But now it plans to build hundreds of coal plants abroad.
A federal jury will be able to hear from a doctor who spent decades advocating for broader use of powerful prescription painkillers before turning against the opioid industry. A special court master had ruled earlier this month that the testimony of Dr. Russell Portenoy, a professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York,… Read More
Gov. Mike DeWine says he’s deeply concerned about attacks at houses of worship, including at a synagogue in California this weekend. And that has him looking into a specific type of gun legislation that’s failed to move in the Republican dominated legislature before. DeWine called the shooting at the California synagogue “horrible” and “deplorable”. DeWine has… Read More
One of Broadway’s longest running comedies will be performed at Stuart’s Opera House in Nelsonville this May. The 39 Steps is a whodunit mashup of a Hitchcock movie, a spy novel and Monty Python. This fast paced comedic spy mystery incorporates over 150 characters performed by eight ABC actors who often change roles on stage… Read More
BRUNSWICK, Ohio (AP) – A church in Ohio says hackers tricked it into handing them $1.75 million. St. Ambrose Catholic Parish near Cleveland told its parishioners that the FBI determined the hackers deceived the church into wiring the money to a fraudulent bank account. The church says an email led it to believe that a… Read More
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) – The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources has confirmed a case of a polio-like illness that can cause paralyzing symptoms and prove fatal. The Huntington Herald-Dispatch reports this is the first confirmed case in the state this year and only the third since the state began tracking the illness… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Organizers of a well-established book festival featuring Ohio authors say they agree with concerns the event lacks diversity and plan to do something about it. The Ohioana Book Festival made its pledge Friday on Twitter after receiving complaints that the event includes too few authors of color and from the LGBTQ… Read More
DAYTON, Ohio (AP) – The Ohio Department of Health is seeking funding to hire more nursing home inspectors and improve the frequency of its inspections, which hasn’t kept pace with federal guidelines in recent years, partly because of high turnover among the inspectors. A state audit found Ohio’s average time between nursing home inspections was… Read More
ATHENS, Ohio – With a 1-0 lead in the eighth inning, Kent State had runners on first and second with one out. Ohio head coach Rob Smith visited the mound and held a meeting with starter Kenny Ogg, who had only allowed five hits, and the rest of the infielders. Kian O’Brien, the next Kent… Read More