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Ex-foster children need assistance

November 23, 2015 About a thousand Ohioans “age out” of the state’s foster care network every year. A substantial number are not ready for that. more »»

Protecting victims from further harm

November 22, 2015 Technology has made it possible to learn where just about anyone lives — even when the inquiry is part of a plot to harm another perso. more »»

Ridding the world of terrorists

November 21, 2015 For years, concern about terrorism focused on al-Qaida. Now most westerners view the Islamic State as the primary threat. more »»

Get in touch with reality in Congress

November 20, 2015 Only a handful of people in West Virginia and Ohio would know Charles and David Koch if they met the two on the street. Few care whether the billionaire brothers do well financially or not. more »»

Will we fight or be victims?

November 19, 2015 French President Francois Hollande is absolutely correct: Civilized nations, even those with long, sometimes bitter records of rivalry, must unite if we are to destroy Islamic terroris. more »»

Anti-liberty politicians

November 19, 2015 After a terrorist attack, it’s natural to ask: What can politicians do to keep us safe? One thing they could do is actually focus on keeping us safe rather than devoting so much time, energy and ho... more »»

Helping offenders after their release

November 18, 2015 Officials and staff at the Oakview Juvenile Residential Center in Belmont County have every right to be proud of a recent evaluation by the American Correctional Associatio. more »»

Priorities against terrorists wrong

November 17, 2015 France's reaction to terrorist attacks that killed 129 people in Paris was an air strike against Islamic State positions in Raqqa, Syria. more »»

Reduce premature births

November 16, 2015 West Virginia has one of the highest percentages of children covered by health insurance in the nation. more »»

Helping addicts get off opiates

November 15, 2015 For years, a standard treatment for those addicted to heroin and other opiates was to give them methadone and Suboxone. more »»

Reform asset forfeiture laws

November 14, 2015 Few people would argue against allowing police and prosecutors to seize assets owned by criminals and either used in crime or obtained through it. more »»

Intolerance growing on some campuses

November 13, 2015 Many people are annoyed from time to time with journalists, who are viewed as too nosy, sometimes insensitive and occasionally biased. more »»

Steering juveniles away from crime

November 12, 2015 In some ways, juvenile offenders should be handled with kid gloves. Opportunities to redirect their lives away from crime should not be squandered. more »»

Veterans owed enormous debt

November 11, 2015 On this date a century ago, millions of soldiers from France, England, Canada, Germany, Austria-Hungary and a host of other nations still hoped for a quick, relatively bloodless victory in what woul... more »»

Credibility critical in Ohio schools

November 10, 2015 Ohio’s next superintendent of schools may have to put educating children on the back burner for a while. more »»

Children need to know about ‘off’ button

November 9, 2015 Many people still remember a time when it was the number of hours children spent in front of “the boob tube” that was worrisome. Technology has made that an old-fashioned concern. more »»

Detecting breast cancer early

November 8, 2015 Better safe than sorry when it comes to your health. Most people probably feel that wa. more »»

Exaggerating effects of climate change

November 7, 2015 Alarmism over climate change serves no one. While many scientists agree the earth is warming, how much and how fast that will continue to occur is uncertain. So is the cause of the phenomenon. more »»

Voters right to reject Issue 3

November 6, 2015 Proponents of legalizing marijuana in Ohio spent an enormous amount, $25 million by one estimate, trying to convince voters to go along with them. more »»

Voters send message at the polls

November 5, 2015 On Tuesday, registered voters sent a message: We want change. Often we hear those sentiments, but then little to no action follows. This time, though, it was different. more »»



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