Data compiled by The New York Times suggests 2016 saw the largest annual increase in drug overdose deaths ever recorded in the U.S.
While it is unlikely that the outrageous measure would hold up in court, another bill in the Buckeye State that has gone widely unnoticed may represent a more imminent danger to women's control over their own bodies.
That begins with understanding how Democrats failed to address the mass trauma wrought by deindustrialization and its resulting racism.
And there’s something in it for everybody—safer streets, children with a second chance in life and even lower taxes.
How many more Super Tuesdays can there be? After this third go-round, the rally for the GOP nomination may be all but over as Donald Trump claims victory in Marco Rubio's native Florida, pushing the senator past the breaking point Also: Kasich and Clinton take big states Updated: With most of the final results in, Missouri is still too close to callAfter this third go-round, the rally for the GOP nomination may be all but over as Donald Trump claims victory in Marco Rubio's native Florida, pushing the senator past the breaking point .
Show us the income equality. Bernie Sanders' economic message worked in Michigan and is resonating with blue-collar workers across America.
Cleveland officials announced Tuesday that they are terminating six police officers involved in a shooting attack on two unarmed suspects following a 2012 car chase in East Cleveland.
The state's Environmental Protection Agency has asked its federal counterpart to open a criminal investigation into what occurred in Sebring.
In the third episode of “Scheer Intelligence,” eight-term Ohio congressman and two-time presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich raps about the underbelly of U.S. politics going back to his days as Cleveland’s “boy mayor” in the late 1970s.