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Plague game gets thousands of orders during lockdown

Game designers from Ohio picked 14th century Bristol as game's setting.
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Jim Jordan Struggles To Answer House Panel’s Questions About Jan. 6 Trump Calls

The Ohio Republican said he did not speak to Trump during the attack. He had previously said he did.
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Rep. Jim Jordan Struggles To Answer House Panel’s Questions About Jan. 6 Trump Calls

The Ohio Republican said he did not speak to Trump during the attack. He had previously said he did.
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Rep. Jim Jordan says he doesn't know how many times he spoke with Trump on January 6

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH). Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images Rep. Jim Jordan says he doesn't know how many times he spoke with Trump on January 6. "I don't recall the number of times. But it's not about me," he told a House panel on Wednesday. Jordan could become a material witness in the House select committee's investigation of January 6. Rep. Jim Jordan on Wednesday says he doesn't know how many conversations he had with former President Donald Trump on January 6."Of course ...
Tags: Politics, News, Republicans, Congress, White House, Politico, Trends, Gop, Wyoming, House, Ohio, Fox News, Jordan, Donald Trump, Cheney, Committee


Police: Deputy Shoots Man Who Stabbed 2 People, Killing 1

Authorities say a man stabbed two people, killing one of them, before an Ohio sheriff's deputy shot him at a turnpike plaza.
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Police: Man Stabs 2, Killing 1, Before Officer Shoots Him

Authorities say a man stabbed two people, killing one of them, before an Ohio sheriff's deputy shot him at a turnpike plaza.
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Ohio Man, 83, Faces New Murder Trial After Serving 45 Years

A judge in Cleveland on Tuesday ordered a new trial for an 83-year-old man who had previously spent 45 years in prison in the murder of his wife.
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Democrat now leads the pack in fundraising for Ohio's open U.S. Senate seat

Money is coming to the Republican candidates from several sources, including sometimes from personal loans.
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Some Ohio Death Row Inmates May Be Eligible For Life Instead

Either way, they're going to have a lot of time on their hands.
Tags: Law, Government, Death Penalty, Ohio, Mike DeWine, Life without Parole


Remains of Ohio WWII Soldier Killed in Combat Identified

The remains of a U.S. Army private from Ohio killed during combat in Germany during World War II have been identified.
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Americans are offering to pay a lender who took an Afghan woman's 3-year-old daughter in exchange for a $550 debt she couldn't pay

Afghan refugees are processed at Fort Bliss' Doña Ana Village where they are being housed in New Mexico, Friday, Sept. 10, 2021. David Goldman/AP Photo Some Americans are eager to help an Afghan woman who sold her 3-year-old kid to pay off a $550 debt. Nearly two dozen people emailed Insider offering to pay the $550 so Saleha could get her child back. One woman started a GoFundMe for Saleha, but the crowdfunding platform took it down. Americans are outraged that a 3-year-old Afghan gir...
Tags: New York, News, Children, Women, US, International, Trends, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, Poverty, Afghanistan, Asia Pacific, Taliban, Hawaii, United Nations, Ohio


40 members of Congress have violated a law designed to stop insider trading and prevent conflicts-of-interest

Marianne Ayala/Insider Insider and other media have identified numerous US lawmakers not complying with the federal STOCK Act. Their excuses range from oversights, to clerical errors, to inattentive accountants. Ethics watchdogs - and even some in Congress - want to ban lawmakers from trading individual stocks. See more stories on Insider's business page. Insider and several other news organizations have this year identified 40 members of Congress who've failed to properly report ...
Tags: Florida, New York, Texas, Congress, Colorado, Washington Post, Senate, Virginia, Massachusetts, US, Alabama, Trends, Georgia, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Wyoming


“Striketober” highlights union organizing concerns for Ohio craft breweries

One of the unexpected byproducts of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic is a corresponding rise in union organizing and other union-related activity. This crisis has magnified attention on key union agenda items and talking points such as worker safety and higher pay. Unions have not been shy about pressing these issues. "Striketober" is in full effect, with more than 100,000 workers walking off the job in the past week alone. According to The Wall Street Journal, employees are angry and are increasi...
Tags: Facebook, Law, Ohio, Union, Great Lakes, Wall Street Journal, Richard Berman, Jon Hyman, Center for Union Facts, Great Lakes Brewing Company Ohio, United Steelworkers According


Manchin's $60,000 income threshold for Biden's expanded child tax credit could cause 37.4 million kids to lose out on federal aid

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va) on Capitol Hill. Drew Angerer/Getty Images Manchin is reportedly pitching a $60,000 income cap for families to get the Biden child tax credit. A new analysis indicates 37.4 million kids could get less federal aid if Democrats adopt it to win his vote. That amounts to 60% of eligible kids nationwide facing a sharp cut to government assistance, including many in West Virginia. Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia is reportedly seeking a $60,000 income cap for families ...
Tags: Politics, Republicans, Congress, Washington, Senate, US, West Virginia, Trends, Child Benefit, Joe Biden, Economy, Analysis, Democrats, Arizona, Ohio, Columbia University


Fallen Branch Kills Hiker in Ohio State Park

Authorities say a Columbus woman died after she was struck by a fallen branch in an Ohio state Authorities say a Columbus woman died after she was struck by a fallen branch in an Ohio state park.
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EXPLAINER: How Mental Illness Law Is Changing Ohio Death Row

A new Ohio law prohibiting the execution of people who had severe mental illness at the time of their crime is seeing its first implementations.
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The Ohio AG Says Stings Rescue Trafficking Victims. Often That Means They’re Arrested.

Rescue in Ohio can look like handcuffs, spit hoods, jail time or court dates.
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Kidnap of US missionaries, families by 400 Mawozo gang in Haiti brings strife home to Ohio

Seventeen people – seven women, five men, five children, all Americans except one Canadian – were seized Saturday in Haiti by a gang.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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iPhone maker Foxconn reveals 3 new electric vehicles with names eerily similar to Tesla's

Foxconn's Model C SUV. Foxconn Apple supplier Foxconn is getting into the electric-vehicle game. It revealed three electric prototypes during an event on Monday: an SUV, a sedan, and a bus. Foxconn plans to build a range of EVs for car companies. Foxconn, the largest electronics contract manufacturer in the world and Apple's main iPhone supplier, is getting into the electric-vehicle business. During an event on Monday, the Taiwanese tech giant unveiled its first three prototype ...
Tags: Apple, US, Trends, Tesla, Ford, Ohio, Foxconn, Lordstown, model T, Foxconn Foxconn, Foxconn Apple, Yulon, Yulon Group, Tim Levin, Foxtron, US Environmental Protection Agency Foxconn


Morning Headlines: Holmes County-Based Missionary Members Kidnapped in Haiti; Pro Football HOF President David Baker Retiring

U.S. officials are working with Haitian authorities to try to secure the release of 12 adults and five children with an Ohio-based missionary group who were abducted by a gang notorious for killings, kidnappings and extortion; Pro Football Hall of Fame President David Baker has announced his retirement; COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to trend downward in Ohio; and more stories.
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400 Mawozo" gang in Haiti kidnaps 16 American missionaries, police say

The missionaries were on their way home from building an orphanage, according to a message from Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries.
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10 Things in Politics: Tracing Trump and QAnon's roots to smog

Welcome back to 10 Things in Politics. Sign up here to receive this newsletter. Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android. Send tips to [email protected]'s what we're talking about:The roots of denialism: How the birth of smog in 1943 led to Trump and QAnonFauci says full-vaccinated Americans can enjoy the holidaysSen. Kyrsten Sinema's campaign spent $1,180 at a wineryWith Phil Rosen. Valerie Chiang for Insider 1. ...
Tags: Transportation, Politics, England, New York, Washington Post, La, China, US, America, Los Angeles, Newsletter, Trends, Nasa, Bill Clinton, Arizona, Ohio


Gauging Horticulture’s Place in the General Public’s Consciousness

October 16, 2021 Cincinnati, Ohio Dear Marianne, So good to receive your letter dated September 2nd. Is it possible that it’s already October 16th? I no longer have any sense for time. Every day I grind, attention set on the items on my to-do list that, left undone, are most likely to get me fired or killed. When I finally look up, it’s time for bed.  I should just stop making promises based on timely commitments. I can’t seem to finish things while they still matter.  But I have got a bit of an...
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Group of 17 missionaries and family members kidnapped in Haiti

Five children were among group of 16 US citizens and one Canadian abducted by gang members after orphanage visitA group of 17 missionaries, including five children, have been kidnapped by an armed criminal gang in Haiti.The group – 16 Americans and one Canadian citizen – were on their way home from building an orphanage, according to a statement from the Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries, which supports 9,000 children in Haitian schools and sent out a message asking supporters to pray for its ...
Tags: Americas, US, World news, US news, Ohio, Haiti, Christian Aid Ministries


17 American and Canadian missionaries kidnapped by gang members in Haiti

The kidnapped group includes five children, according to a statement by the Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries on Sunday.
Tags: Cnn, Ohio, Haiti, Christian Aid Ministries


iPhone maker Foxconn will reveal 3 electric vehicles on Monday. Here's what they'll look like.

A rendering of Foxconn's future electric bus. Foxconn Foxconn, Apple's iPhone builder, is unveiling three electric vehicles on Monday. It teased the new EVs in a video, but we'll learn more during Monday's event. Foxconn is planning a bus, a sedan, and an SUV. We've known for a while that Foxconn, the Taiwanese electronics giant that builds Apple's iPhone, wants to get into the electric-car game. Come Monday, we'll know a bit more about what precisely the com...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Ohio, Foxconn, Pininfarina, Fisker, Lordstown, Lordstown Motors, Tim Levin, Foxconn Foxconn Apple


Group of 17 US missionaries and family members kidnapped in Haiti

Children were among those abducted by gang members on their way home from an orphanageA group of 17 US missionaries, including children, have been kidnapped by an armed criminal gang in Haiti.The missionaries were on their way home from building an orphanage, according to a statement from the Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries, which supports 9,000 children in Haitian schools and sent out a message asking supporters to pray for its members. Continue reading...
Tags: Americas, US, World news, US news, Ohio, Haiti, Christian Aid Ministries


U.S. Religious Group Says 17 Missionaries Kidnapped In Haiti

The missionaries were on their way home from building an orphanage, according to Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries.
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Ohio mom becomes a minister in a minute, then signs religious exemptions for anti-mask families

Kristen Grant says she hasn't broken any rules. School officials say she exploited a loophole. Who is this 37-year-old mom?       [Author: USA TODAY]
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