More than a dozen alleged members of the notorious MS-13 gang were arrested in Ohio and Indiana on Tuesday, according to the Justice Department.
The U.S. Department of Justice has reversed an Obama-era decision that attempted to curtail the Ohio government’s efforts to cleanup voting rolls.
Ohio executed a convicted child murderer Wednesday, ending a three-year pause on its death penalty and a lawsuit over a controversial execution drug.
Three condemned men petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court for a stay of execution on Tuesday, continuing the ongoing fight over Ohio’s lethal injection regime.
A controversial AIDS activist is financing an Ohio ballot initiative that would cap drugs prices for the state at rates obtained by the Department of Veterans Affairs, a measure critics say could limit access to pharmaceuticals and raise costs.
A federal appeals court on Wednesday cleared the way for the state of Ohio to recommence executions for those on death row after a 3.5-year period without any executions.
Government websites in the United States, mainly from Ohio, were hacked on Sunday around 11:00 a.m. to display a pro-Islamic State message.