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Trump threatens to ‘close up our country’ over border security

President Donald Trump suggested Saturday that his administration will "have to think about closing up the country" over border security. Trump has previously threatened a government shutdown if Congress refuses to fund his long-promised border wall.
A man with a NRA cap holds his gun while people with their AR-15-style rifles pray during a blessing ceremony at the Sanctuary Church in Newfoundland, Pennsylvania on February 28, 2018.

Former Ohio state senator explains why governing ‘in the pocket of the NRA’ ‘endangered people across the state’

Ex-Ohio lawmaker Marc Dann wrote in a column that he regrets aligning himself with the NRA while he was in office to advance his political career.

A Columbine survivor turned lawmaker is pushing the opposite of what many people think is the solution to end school shootings

Patrick Neville, a Colorado state legislator who survived the 1999 shooting at Columbine High School, reintroduced a bill to allow concealed weapons in schools.

Ohio just announced who can grow medical cannabis — here’s the list

Growing medical marijuana will be a lucrative business for these Ohio cultivators.

Sitting state Supreme Court justice defends Al Franken by boasting of escapades with ’50 very attractive females’

Bill O'Neill took to Facebook "speak up on behalf of all heterosexual males" and boast of sexual escapades "with approximately 50 very attractive females."

A top House Republican announced he would leave Congress before the end of his term

Rep. Pat Tiberi, a longtime Republican House member from Ohio, said he would leave Congress by January 31.

One of the states hit hardest by the opioid crisis shows us what’s wrong with how we’re fighting it

Ohio, one of the states hardest hit by the opioid crisis, released a new study looked at the effectiveness of drug treatments in court programs.

Signing up for Equifax’s help site could mean you’re waiving your right to a class-action lawsuit

Equifax has come under fire for attempting to bind consumers to mandatory arbitration when signing up for the monitoring service, called TrustedID Premier.

‘I thought it was a freaking gun’: Bodycam footage shows Ohio deputy shooting a photographer

Photographer Andy Grimm was attempting to set up his camera to photograph a traffic stop on Monday when the deputy fired at him twice without giving warning.

Jerry Springer is getting closer to a decision about running for governor in Ohio

Talk of Springer making a run for Ohio governor is heating up, and he is getting closer to making a decision on whether to enter the packed 2018 race.