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  • New Hampshire fights to maintain its status in campaign season

    New Hampshire fights to maintain its status in campaign season
    A surge of presidential aspirants should be a good thing for New Hampshire and Iowa. More candidates mean more energy, more face time with a potential future president and more campaign cash left behind in the diners and coffee shops of political lore....
  • The Trans-Pacific Partnership is making for strange political bedfellows

    In a case of strange bedfellows, many Republican presidential hopefuls are allying with President Barack Obama on his major trade initiative. Stranger yet, some Republican contenders are attacking Hillary Clinton for not supporting the president. The...
  • Jeb Bush braces for all-out campaign for president

    Jeb Bush braces for all-out campaign for president
    Jeb Bush is down — a bit — but by no means out. In fact, he's about to go all in. A formal announcement that he's an official presidential candidate is set for June 15 in Kendall, days after he returns from a visit next week to Germany,...
  • Kasich signs bill to shift Ohio's 2016 presidential primary

    Ohio Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) has signed a bill to push the swing state's 2016 presidential primary back by one week. The election was set for March 8, the first Tuesday after the first Monday of the month. The new law moves next year's primary to...
  • Hillary comes out of the shadows

    WASHINGTON -- The long reintroduction of Hillary Clinton to the American public as a presidential candidate is getting to look like the coming-out of a wealthy and spoiled debutante. It began with a series of small, informal tea dances in the first...
  • Proposal would ease concealed gun rules for active military

    State senators have added provisions to Ohio's budget proposal to provide free public transportation to veterans and allow active members of the military to more easily carry a concealed handgun. The changes were among dozens disclosed in legislative...
  • House committee approves Ohio police training changes

    Ohio would boost the amount of training to become a police officer and require all candidates for law enforcement jobs to have a high school diploma under legislation moving forward at the Statehouse. The measures follow recommendations for upgrading...
  • Stuart Rothenberg: Can Marco Rubio save the GOP in 2016?

    WASHINGTON The Republican presidential field looks unusually diverse this cycle an African-American (Ben Carson), an Indian-American (Bobby Jindal), a woman (Carly Fiorina) and a Hispanic, or, if you prefer, a Cuban (Marco Rubio). One candidate is married...
  • Kasich talks bird flu with youngsters at western Ohio farm

    Ohio Gov. John Kasich is telling young people who won't be able to show their turkeys or chickens at fairs this summer not to be too frustrated. The state last week announced it is canceling all poultry shows at the Ohio State Fair and county fairs...
  • Ohio Senate budget freezes tuition, cuts small-business tax

    Majority Republicans in the Ohio Senate proposed changes to the state budget Monday that would increase taxes on tobacco, freeze tuition at state universities and eliminate state taxes for certain small business income. A revised bill was still being...
  • Cleveland protests after Brelo verdict are peaceful, but tension remains

    Cleveland protests after Brelo verdict are peaceful, but tension remains
    Tension in Cleveland remained elevated Sunday, a day after Police Officer Michael Brelo was acquitted of manslaughter charges in the shooting deaths of two unarmed people during a 2012 car chase.  Ohio Gov. John Kasich praised local elected officials...