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Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Dan:

Icons of 1960s civil rights movement voice cautious optimism

CINCINNATI — Bob Moses says America is at "a lurching moment" for racial change, potentially as transforming as the Civil War era and as the 1960s civil rights movement that he helped lead."What we are experiencing now as a nation has only happened a couple times in our history," said Moses, a main organizer of the 1964 "Freedom Summer" project in Mississippi. "These are moments when the whole… → Read More

Icons of 1960s civil rights movement voice cautious optimism

CINCINNATI (AP) — Bob Moses says America is at "a lurching moment" for racial change, potentially as transforming as the Civil War era and as the 1960s civil rights movement that he helped lead. "What we are experiencing now as a nation has only happened a couple times in our history," said Moses, a main organizer of the 1964 "Freedom Summer" project in Mississippi. "These are moments when the… → Read More

Icons of 1960s civil rights movement voice cautious optimism

Bob Moses says America is at “a lurching moment” for racial change, potentially as transforming as the Civil War era and the 1960s civil rights movement that he helped lead. → Read More

US base namesakes include slaveholders, failed generals

There is growing support in the GOP- led Senate to remove the Confederate names and from former U.S. military leaders. → Read More

Supreme Court delays federal prison inmates’ release in Ohio

CINCINNATI (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court has granted the federal government’s request to delay the release of medically vulnerable inmates at a → Read More

Supreme Court delays federal prison inmates' release in Ohio

The U.S. Supreme Court has granted the federal government’s request to delay the release of medically vulnerable inmates at a federal prison in eastern Ohio where hundreds have tested positive for the coronavirus → Read More

Trump cuts WHO funding as US economy clouds speedy coronavirus recovery

U.S. cities and states are under increasing pressure reopen, especially for service industries that had seen customer numbers evaporate. → Read More

Trump cuts WHO funding as US economy clouds speedy coronavirus recovery

U.S. cities and states are under increasing pressure reopen, especially for service industries that had seen customer numbers evaporate. → Read More

Partygoer at Missouri’s Lake of Ozarks tests positive for COVID-19

Health officials are seeking to “inform mass numbers of unknown people” after a person who attended crowded pool parties over Memorial Day weekend at Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks tested positive for COVID-19. → Read More

Trump cuts WHO funding as US economy clouds speedy coronavirus recovery

U.S. cities and states are under increasing pressure reopen, especially for service industries that had seen customer numbers evaporate. → Read More

Job losses mount again in US despite reopenings

WASHINGTON — The coronavirus crisis threw at least 2.1 million Americans out of work last week despite the gradual reopening of businesses around the country, stoking fears Thursday that the scourge is doing deep and potentially long-lasting damage to... → Read More

US layoffs climb to 41 million, despite business reopenings

WASHINGTON (AP) - An estimated 2.1 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week despite the gradual reopening of businesses around the country, bringing the running total since the coronavirus shutdowns took hold in mid-March to about 41 million, the government said Thursday. In a glimmer of hope, the number of those now collecting benefits in the U.S. fell for the first time… → Read More

US layoffs climb to 41 million, despite business reopenings

The national jobless rate was 14.7% in April, the highest since the Great Depression, and many economists expect it will near 20% in May. → Read More

Federal appeals court blocks executing man in Scout’s murder

CINCINNATI (AP) — A federal appeals court has again ruled that Ohio can’t execute a man who is intellectually disabled and was sentenced to dea → Read More

‘A bridge too far’: Coronavirus catchphrase taken from WWII

The top U.S. infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, urged caution in Senate testimony last week on reopening decisions, including about children and schools, saying “the idea of having treatments available or a vaccine to facilitate the reentry of students into the fall term would be something that would be a bit of a bridge too far.” → Read More

'A bridge too far': Coronavirus catchphrase taken from WWII

CINCINNATI (AP) — A British general's pessimistic prediction about a World War II operation is showing up as a coronavirus-era catchphrase. → Read More

Disenfranchised: Ohio says 318 ballots delivered too late

CINCINNATI - Ohio elections officials say 318 voters in Butler County won't have their ballots counted for the April 28 primary because of a U.S. Post... → Read More

Disenfranchised: Ohio says 318 ballots delivered too late

CINCINNATI (AP) — Ohio elections officials say 318 voters in Butler County won’t have their ballots counted for the April 28 primary because of → Read More

10-year-old boy struck by car in Franklin County dies, officials say

Officials said the eastbound and westbound lights turned green but “the children continued to travel northward from the median.” → Read More

Idled help the isolated: Med students aid homebound seniors

Aspiring doctors in Cincinnati whose studies were interrupted by the coronavirus outbreak have morphed their mission into taking care of people who are especially vulnerable to the pandemic’s dangers. → Read More