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Mueller Report: Trump Tried To Stop Investigation Fearing His Presidency Was Over

Updated at 7:24 p.m. ET When President Trump learned two years ago that a special counsel had been appointed to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 election, he was distraught. Trump "slumped back in his chair and said, 'Oh my God. This is terrible. This is the end of my presidency. I'm f***ed,' " according to the report by special counsel Robert Mueller that was released Thursday in redacted form. The president's prediction, written down by an aide and contained in the 448 pages of...

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Ohio Secretary of State, Frank LaRose at the Montgomery County Board of Elections, where new voting machines are being tested.
Jerry Kenney

New Voting Machines To Roll Out Ahead Of 2020 Elections In Montgomery County

Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose demonstrated Montgomery County's new voting machines at the county Board of Elections Tuesday. LaRose says the machines are currently being inspected and tested, and are expected to be ready for voters to use during the 2020 presidential election.

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Maxine Skuba reads her poem "Ohio Life, Part 6"

Mary Jo White reads her poem "The Deer"

The opioid epidemic has ravaged cities across the United States. And just a couple of years ago, Dayton, Ohio, had one of the nation’s worst overdose death rates. Now, overdose deaths have decreased, and Ohioans impacted by addiction are sharing stories of hope.

Ohio Lt. Governor Jon Husted joined the United Health Foundation and Lighthouse Youth and Family Services to gift a grant to expand behavioral and physical health services in the area. April 10, 2019
Lighthouse YFS

Cincinnati homeless numbers show nearly 40 percent of homeless people in Hamilton County are under the age of 25. Now, thanks to a grant from the United Health Foundation (UHF), one Miami Valley organization hopes to more quickly connect young people in crisis to the services they need to get better and get on their feet.

Lawmakers are looking over several different bills that would revise the way the state handles school districts in academic distress. There seems to be a consensus that changes are needed, but there seems to be a debate on exactly how to go about it.

Gov. Mike DeWine unveiled plans for the next phase of construction on the busy and complicated confluence of two freeways in downtown Columbus. He says the recently approved gas tax increase will make projects like this possible – at least for a little while.

Ohio lawmakers have been considering legalizing sports betting ever since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled last year that states are allowed to do that. But there are two very different ideas on how to make that happen.

honeybee on flower
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A season is always the sum of its parts. The pieces of Early Spring are few and subtle, but Middle Spring, reaching its zenith this week, leaves little to the imagination. The meager inventories of change that characterized equinox quickly fill with new details. Trees leaf and flowers bloom, unmistakable, their numbers catching the eye of almost everyone.

Stella Ling reads her poem "C Minor"

If you are someone who looks for author interviews on the radio, TV, internet or wherever then you probably have noticed many programs tend to feature mostly fiction or primarily non-fiction. Over the years that I have been talking to authors I have tried to include a variety of selections from both fiction and non-fiction categories.

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