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6 hrs ago | WTVG-TV Toledo
The federal government closed Tuesday due to severe snow and ice, but lawmakers are continuing to work on a budget deal ahead of another tight January deadline.
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9 hrs ago | Courthouse News Service
Aetna made misleading proxy statements in 2012 and 2013 to get shareholders to reject resolutions demanding more information about the company's political contributions, a shareholder claims in court.
14 hrs ago | The Cincinnati Enquirer
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald is preparing for a running mate change, two peoplewith knowledge of the situation have told The Enquirer, numbering the days of North Avondale's Eric Kearney as the party's candidate for lieutenant governor.
Ed FitzGerald, the Cuyahoga County executive and Democratic candidate for governor, soon could part ways with running mate Eric Kearney, whose personal and business finances have become a cloud over the campaign.
So as I mentioned in my previous diaries that I was out sick so I am playing catch up with my diaries.
When Vice-President Biden was here in China earlier this week, China's harassment and expulsions of US journalists was among the issues he took up with Chinese president Xi Jinping.
Rep. Allyson Schwartz , honorary co-chair of Third Way and gubenatorial candidate, is now a cosponsor of a bill to expand Social Security.
With emergency unemployment compensation set to expire on December 28th, U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown announced today that he will co-sponsor a bill that would extend these benefits for more than 128,000 Ohioans and millions of Americans through 2015.
President Barack Obama signed the School Access to Emergency Epinephrine Act Nov. 13. Brown was a co-sponsor.
A recent news report about broken truck reefer units in Ohio prompted Sen. Sherrod Brown to press the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to act on food safety.
Ending "too big to fail"-the idea that some financial institutions are so large that the government would bail them out rather than risk the damage to the financial system that would result from their demise-was a key goal of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reform law.
In a move to keep alive the idea of a uranium-enrichment plant in southern Ohio, the state's congressional delegation is urging the Obama administration "to move forward" on long-term plans to "preserve our domestic enrichment supply."
After a drunken driver on a California highway slammed into a bus carrying passengers to Las Vegas, killing 19, investigators said a lack of seat belts contributed to the high death toll.
With the winter months closing in, U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown has outlined a plan to further support the Department of Veteran's Affairs' goal of eliminating veteran homelessness by 2015.