The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio filed a lawsuit Thursday against a number of county prosecutors and state medical directors, attempting to stave off the implementation of an Ohio bill that bans abortions sought because the child has Down Syndrome. The bill, signed by Governor John Kasich, is scheduled to…
The Ohio House voted Tuesday to present voters with a ballot initiative in May that would amend the state constitution to try and prevent partisan gerrymandering.
J.D. Vance—whose book Hillbilly Elegy was lauded as the best Trump Voter Explainer™ by liberals and conservatives alike during the 2016 election, is reportedly being urged by Mitch McConnell to jump into the Ohio Senate race.
Following the publication of a profile of 6–year–old Ricky Solis, who will require around–the–clock medical care for the rest of his life after a car crash left him paraplegic, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials announced they will deport the boy’s sole financial provider and one of only two trained…
The New York Times on Saturday ran a profile of Tony and Maria Hovater, just your average 20–something, white, neo–Nazi couple from Ohio. Only one problem: People aren’t too thrilled about what they consider to be the newspaper’s normalization of modern–day Nazis.
Bill O’Neill, a Supreme Court judge in Ohio and now-former gubernatorial candidate, has apologized for boasting about all the sex he’s had in a bizarre Facebook post, apparently typed to defend “heterosexual males” everywhere.
State Supreme Court judge and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Bill O’Neill on Friday offered up a bizarre message to the voters of Ohio, claiming he’s had sex with 50 “very attractive females” in his life in a bizarre effort to combat the “dogs of war” calling for Senator Al Franken to step down amid allegations of…
Officials with the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction abruptly called off—and subsequently rescheduled—the execution of Alva Campbell on Wednesday after earlier arranging special accommodations that would allow the ailing inmate to breathe while they executed him by lethal injection.
File this under America’s truly fucked-up capital punishment system: corrections officials in Ohio plan to provide 69-year-old Alva Campbell with a special pillow to use during his execution on Wednesday to ensure he can breathe just long enough to kill him.
After years of violations, a police officer in Euclid, Ohio, has been fired after he was filmed beating a black motorist during a traffic stop in August.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in Ohio plan to move ahead with the deportation of Pedro Hernandez-Ramirez on Thursday, despite repeated pleas for leniency from his family, community members, and the local Catholic diocese.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Social media giveth (connections, information, jokes) and it taketh away (esteem, time, employment).
Gary Otte is scheduled to be executed by the state of Ohio on Wednesday. In what will likely be one of his last acts, he sent us the following essay.
A day after charming thousands of Boy Scouts at the organization’s Jamboree (turned political rally), President Trump set his sights on a crowd in Youngstown, OH. During Tuesday’s re-election event, Trump spewed his predictable self-puffery and actually managed to one-up his gross anti-immigrant inclinations.
Raymond Tensing, a former University of Cincinnati police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man, Samuel Dubose, during a traffic stop, won’t be tried for a third time.
To understand all that’s broken about the current administration’s handling of undocumented immigrants, all you have to see is this video from the Cleveland Plain Dealer showing Jesus Lara Lopez, a 37-year-old father of four, saying farewell to his young children—maybe forever—before being deported back to Mexico.
One woman was killed and eight others—including three children—were wounded at a gender reveal party in Ohio on Saturday night, and police have yet to arrest any suspects.
With the declaration of a second mistrial in the case against University of Cincinnati Police Officer Raymond Tensing for the fatal July 2015 shooting of Samuel DuBose on Friday, three police officers have managed to escape prison sentences in high-profile, police-involved killings of black people.