Congress is trying to avoid a government shutdown over changes in a spending bill and trying to push through other difficult measures such as a farm bill.
State representative spoke to Misty Ebinger's government and advanced-placement U.S. history classes.
First nationwide test reached an estimated 225 million cellphones, or 75 percent of all such devices.
Deal opens the way for United States, Canada and Mexico to sign renewed trade pact in November.
Sen. Brown: “There isn’t a community in Ohio that hasn’t been touched by the addiction epidemic, and we are doing all we can to fight it.”
Jordan spokesman: "We have always debated and will continue that tradition.”
Colleges would only investigate sex assaults that happen on campus not in nearby fraternity houses or housing.
Canada expected to return to bargaining table.
President Trump wants to give another $100 billion to the wealthy in tax cuts by reclassifying the cost of capital gains.
Illinois Republican accused of sending nude photos of ex-girlfriend to other men online.
Ohio congressman is first to officially say he will seek the leadership position.
Jordan: “It’s time to hold Mr. Rosenstein accountable for blocking Congress’s constitutional oversight role.”
As part of the deal, Europe promises to buy an unspecified amount of U.S. soybeans and build more terminals to import liquefied natural gas.
Candidate Janet Garrett agreed to promote 28th amendment; incumbent Rep. Jim Jordan would not schedule a meeting to discuss this issue nor respond to phone calls and emails.
While federal law prohibits people with felony convictions from accessing guns, states often prosecute animal cruelty as a misdemeanor.