A pair of Ohio lawmakers have launched a taskforce to investigate the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation’s (PBGC) decision to slash a non-union pension fund as part of the auto bailout.
Paul Ryan on Wednesday devoted an entire speech to subjects that have been largely absent from the election-year rhetoric: poverty and income mobility. Speaking to a crowd at Cleveland State University, the Republican vice presidential nominee said the United States had failed to live up to one of the country’s most central ideals: that of equal opportunity.
After taking nearly $130,000 from his campaign, State Rep. Clayton Luckie, an Ohio Democrat, has been charged with 45 felony counts and four misdemeanors as well as more than 20 counts of election falsification.
Rep. Mike Turner today introduced a bill to transfer responsibility for securing some nuclear material to the Department of Defense.
President Barack Obama will announce a trade complaint against China during a campaign stop in Ohio today, Reuters reported.
A history of admitted spousal abuse could undermine an Ohio Democratic congressional candidate’s effort to retake the seat he lost in 2010.
President Obama has repeatedly over the past several months used his executive authority to reward certain key constituencies, a process sometimes referred to as “vote buying.”
An Ohio solar firm is struggling to pay back its $5 million taxpayer loan, the Columbus Dispatch reports.
On Wednesday, Air Force One will land at Mansfield-Lahm Airport, the home of the 179th Airlift Wing of the Ohio National Guard and the C-27J Spartan cargo aircrafts they fly.
A policy blueprint released by the campaign of Heidi Heitkamp, a Democrat running to represent North Dakota in the Senate, illustrates a growing split in the Democratic party by promising to defend hydraulic fracturing (or fracking) in the Bakken oil development fields from “burdensome Federal rulemaking.”