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The new year has barely begun but it's already been deadly for migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea to Europe. On Friday, a raft... [Read More]
Conrad Balliet reads Marian Schwilk-Thomas' poem "Lightning Strikes Touchdown Jesus" Copyright 2019 WYSO. To see more, visit WYSO . [Read More]
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New York Republican Rep. Elise Stefanik is deeply worried about her party. "We are facing a crisis level of Republican women in Congress," Stefanik said... [Read More]
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You're reading NPR's weekly roundup of education news. Looking back at week one of the LA teacher strike The school district and union leaders returned... [Read More]
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After blanketing much of the Midwest in snow, a winter storm is now moving towards New England, with more than 100 million Americans in its... [Read More]
Students from a northern Kentucky high school are accused of harrassing indigenous people near the Lincoln Memorial in Washington,D.C. Friday. Video of the incident is... [Read More]
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Nursing requires hands-on training. But research has found that university curriculum often goes light on one of life's universal experiences — dying. So some colleges... [Read More]
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Receiving a $0 pay stub is not easy on any worker. But some of the thousands of federal employees and contract workers who live paycheck-to-paycheck... [Read More]
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Aaron David Miller (@aarondmiller2), a vice president at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and a former State Department adviser and Middle East negotiator,... [Read More]
Herb Martin reads his poem, "My Mother At The End Of Her Days." Copyright 2019 WYSO. To see more, visit WYSO . [Read More]
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Ohio beneficiaries of SNAP, the federal food assistance program, will see more money turn up on their cards before the end of the month. [Read More]
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Officials in Columbia, S.C., have evacuated more than 400 people from a public housing complex after finding multiple gas leaks that constituted an "imminent danger... [Read More]
You've probably heard of H-1B visas. Those are the ones lots of tech firms use to bring in highly skilled workers from countries like India.... [Read More]
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Both of Ohio's U.S. Senators are speaking out against the federal government shutdown, but U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown and U.S. Senator Rob Portman are taking... [Read More]
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The Department of Defense released Friday the names of three Americans who died in a suicide bombing at a restaurant in Manbij in northern Syria.... [Read More]
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Akron leaders from education, government and the community are joining forces in the formation of a Civility Center for the Greater Akron Community. Akron interim... [Read More]
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Wright State University's faculty union is preparing for a campus-wide strike next week. The strike by more than 500 union members is set to begin... [Read More]
Both of Ohio's U.S. Senators are speaking out against the federal government shutdown, but U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) and U.S. Senator Rob Portman (R-Ohio)... [Read More]
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley on Friday announced a number of safety improvements, initiatives and policy changes designed to increase pedestrian safety in the city. [Read More]
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