Only 8.4 percent of those who list a Christian affiliation in a recent statewide poll cited poverty and inequality as major concerns.
The General Assembly should not interfere — in any way — with a citizen’s right to vote.
The world can use some lighthearted news.
In an attempt to create a one-sided political debate about Palestine, House Bill 476, pending in the Ohio General Assembly, would impose on every state contract a clause prohibiting boycott of, or divestment from, Israel.
Our government and our soldiers routinely torture and mutilate animals in the name of national defense.
Enough is enough. Someone’s child could be killed in this feud between Toledo families.
Windows 10 has stirred controversy on several fronts, including whether it gives the company too much information about its users and whether the company is going too far in its efforts to move users of older versions of Windows to the new one.
If Zika could be cured with a filibuster or a poison pill, Congress would have this problem solved. But if Congress can contribute to a real solution, it is by spending money — and that would require coming up with legislation that can
Flying home to Rome from Armenia last weekend, Pope Francis gave one of his impromptu news conferences — freewheeling and shockingly open and direct. This is the Pope’s style. And some say that style is all that is new and different
Lucas County needs a new jail, and the only way that gets done is if the county and Toledo learn to work together.