0 Comments · Wednesday, August 6, 2014
Dear President Barack Obama: I was beginning to think you’d forgotten all about me. Then I recalled how very busy you are and have been.
0 Comments · Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Millions of student debtors now qualify to use “Pay as You
Earn” to repay their loans after President Obama signed an executive
order June 9. Debtors won’t have to pay more than 10 percent of monthly
incomes, and after 20 years anything left is forgiven.
0 Comments · Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Enroll America, a nonprofit designed to
help citizens who are uninsured wade through the insurance process,
stopped by Cincinnati on March 17 during a four-city Ohio tour meant to
educate citizens on their health insurance options ahead of a March 31
deadline to sign up for coverage.
0 Comments · Wednesday, March 5, 2014
At a little before 9:20 a.m. I started,
for the third time, to create an account on the government’s national
Affordable Health Care insurance website, The Marketplace.
by German Lopez
During a midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises
in Aurora, Colorado last night, a gunman walked into a theater, threw
tear gas, and opened fire. Police identified James Holmes as
the suspect in the shooting. Twelve were killed and at least 50 were
wounded. On Twitter, one witness lamented that “there is no dark knight,
no hero, that could save us from anything like this.”Cincinnati Police Chief James Craig will learn later this summer if he'll be required to undergo additional training and take the state police exam. Craig and his attorneys yesterday told the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission about his 36 years of policing experience.
This summer, Ohio families will receive health
insurance rebates as part of President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care
Act. The average family will receive $139. In total, Ohioans will be getting back $11.3 million.
Ohio’s unemployment rate dropped to 7.2 percent in June,
down from 7.3 percent in May. That’s the lowest unemployment has been
An Ohio Supreme Court task force approved changes that will help prevent racial bias in death penalty cases.
Gov. John Kasich can’t get even his own people to agree
with him on his tax plan. An Ohio Tea Party group came out against the
Speaker of the House John Boehner
called the issue of Mitt Romney’s tax returns a “sideshow” and said that
Americans don’t care about it. But Romney apparently disagreed with Boehner’s
perspective in 1994 when he asked then-Senator Ted Kennedy to release
his tax returns.
First giant mirrors, then volcanoes. Now, scientists want to use plankton to help fight global warming.