What was once impossible, then inevitable, has now happened.
Some of the early reactions to the inevitable announcement tell the tale.
The network’s longtime weekend anchor couldn’t take it anymore.
The television star increasingly known for her longevity has passed days shy of her 100th birthday.
The longtime Senator and Vice Presidential and Presidential nominee is gone at 98.
Representatives Choosing Their Voters Rather than Vice Versa, Chapter 412.
Officers are under enormous pressure–including from the Federal government–to write tickets.
A look back at the last time there was a challenge to a slate of electors.
A national nightmare that may not have changed many minds.
Nike and FedEx may be able to do what Native American activists couldn’t.
Clips of recent police behavior reminded me far too much of scenes from authoritarian Latin America.
Why South Korea is so far ahead of us in fighting COVID-19.
An Oklahoma state court Judge has handed down what many are hailing as a landmark ruling related to the opioid crisis, but there’s reason to be skeptical about his conclusions.
Tom Brady tried to trademark the nickname “Tom Terrific.” It didn’t go so well.
Last night New York City experienced what turned out to be a short-lived blackout mostly limited to Manhattan’s West Side, but it brought back memories of much bigger events.
One of the most well-known architects of the modern era has passed away.
A panel of three Federal Judges has found Ohio’s Congressional District map to be unconstitutional, but a case currently pending before the Supreme Court could mute the impact of this decision.
Herb Kelleher, who helped found an airline that revolutionized the industry thanks to his unconventional choices, has died at the age of 87.
The fact that this President is a congenital liar is well-known. The actual number of lies less than two years into his Presidency, though, is astounding.
The Supreme Court appears reluctant to overturn a century of case law that established a significant exception to the Double Jeopardy Clause.
Sherrod Brown pulled off the only statewide Democratic victory in Ohio on November 6th. Because of that, he’s being looked at as a potential 2020 candidate for President.
Faced with the probability of losses today, President Trump is already getting ready to blame everyone but himself.
Ohio billionaire Les Wexner was a top Republican donor and fundraiser in Ohio, but not anymore.