Abortion advocates have been dressing up as handmaidens from “The Handmaid’s Tale” to protest restrictions on abortion in statehouses in Texas, Missouri, and now Ohio.
A student accused of sexual assault is suing not only his accuser and his university for defamation, but also the organization that provided the school’s discipline policy.
Republicans should do everything in their power to ensure that Elizabeth Warren becomes the voice of the Democratic Party.
In a story about an Ohio bill restricting abortion to the first six weeks of a pregnancy, NPR used the phrase ‘sounds from the fetus’ to describe a baby’s heartbeat.
Eight years of unilateral rule. A dreadful candidate. A decade of vacuous identity politics. It all adds up to President Donald Trump.
Mary Katharine Ham hosts a packed election day episode of The Federalist Radio Hour to discuss what we are seeing in the swing states and more.
In northeast Ohio, where cities are shrinking and communities are struggling, many lifelong Democrats are ‘crossing over’ to vote for Donald Trump.
In Akron, Ohio, residents grapple with a heroin epidemic, new industries that create too few jobs, and an election that no one wants to talk about.
Every independent study of film tax credits has found they do not create lasting economic development nor come anywhere close to paying for themselves.
‘I’m trying to figure out how we get them to have ‘Pokemon Go’ to the polls.’
A mother convicted for killing her baby without the help of Planned Parenthood understands the abortion end-game: ‘No more baby.’
Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s delusional fantasies of winning the Republican nomination have gotten out of control. Consider this an intervention.
If the Ray-Bans fit, John Kasich should wear them.
Rather than arguing abstract truths, concentrate on the pain Americans will feel if Donald Trump gets his way.
Donald Trump can still be beaten if he wins Florida. But there’s no way to beat him if Republicans sacrifice 259 delegates for a tiny chance at winning Florida.
A study of small employers in Ohio shows full Obamacare implementation will cost $2,434 more per employee.
President Obama’s 79,066 pages of regulation gave Americans higher energy bills, more expensive consumer goods, and fewer employment opportunities.
The magic of a white Christmas is snow’s power to cover age, dirt, and pain.
John Kasich’s bet on the promise that Medicaid expansion will reduce uncompensated care isn’t new. And it isn’t right.
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