Say what you want about our chili, but the Queen City is particularly savvy in the Twitter world, according to a new study from Indiana University. A social media study that sought to pinpoint geographic areas that most frequently are hubs for information flow found that ol' Cincinnati was among a couple of much larger, more m...
Of course, that obsession with raunch
culture in the first place is sometimes what necessitates the hard,
unpleasant conversations about preventing rape and sexual assault in
this country. Cause and effect.
The right to obtain emergency contraception is one that was only recently granted to all women of child-bearing age, marking a huge national victory for women's health rights over conservative political agendas.
But now that's it's available over-the-counter, is it really easy to access?
According to the Reproductive Justice Reporting Project, it depends on where and who you are. <...
Today's an expensive day for Councilman Chris Seelbach.
That's because Seelbach is writing a check today for $1,218.59 to the city of Cincinnati to get local hyper-conservative "watchdog" group COAST to dismiss a lawsuit alleging that Seelbach's May trip to Washington, D.C., to accept an award for instigating positive change was an unlawful expenditure of taxpayer dollars.
As a refre...