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Nation May 19Annie Glenn, widow of U.S. Sen. John Glenn, dies at 100
Annie Glenn, the widow of astronaut and U.S. Sen. John Glenn and a communication disorders advocate, died Tuesday of complications from COVID-19. She was 100.
Health Mar 23Texas moves to ban most abortions during virus outbreak
Abortion-rights leaders nationwide decried the tactic, saying it was an affront to women grappling with difficult decisions amid the disruptions of the pandemic.
Politics Mar 17Ohio Democratic Party sues over delay of primary election
The Ohio Democratic Party has filed a lawsuit over Secretary of State Frank LaRose's decision to set a new state primary election date. But politicians on both sides of the aisle are expressing frustration after the primary was postponed because…
Politics Mar 13Tuesday primaries on despite virus fears officials say
They have been scrambling to recruit replacements for poll workers who are dropping out over fears of contracting the virus, providing cotton swabs for voters to use on touchscreen machines and extending absentee voting deadlines.
Nation Nov 28Snow and winds slow after tangling traffic
More major storms are expected to descend Friday.
Nation Oct 21$260 million deal averts 1st federal trial on opioid crisis
Across the U.S., the pharmaceutical industry still faces more than 2,600 other lawsuits over the deadly disaster, and participants in those cases said the latest deal buys them time to try to work out a nationwide settlement of all claims.
Nation Oct 21Drug companies reach tentative deal to settle opioids lawsuit
The tentative deal settles claims by state and local governments against distributors AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health and McKessen and the manufacturer Teva.
Politics Aug 05Ohio gunman’s ex-classmates decry missed chances to stop him
High school classmates of the gunman who killed nine people in Dayton, Ohio, say he was suspended years ago for compiling a "hit list" and a "rape list," and questioned how he could have been allowed to buy the military-style…
Nation Jul 03Judge blocks Ohio abortion law, allowing clinics to remain open
The ruling by U.S. District Judge Michael Barrett halts enforcement of the so-called heartbeat bill law that opponents argued would effectively ban the procedure. That's because a fetal heartbeat can be detected as early as six weeks into pregnancy, before…
Health May 28Thousands of unvaccinated kindergartners allowed to enroll without waivers
Unvaccinated or undervaccinated kindergartners in at least 10 states were allowed to enroll provisionally for the last school year, without any formal exemption.