Tag: Columbus (Ohio)

Debate Night: What I’ll Be Watching For

This article is part of David Leonhardt’s newsletter. You can sign up here to receive it each weekday. Tonight, 12 Democratic candidates will be debating near Columbus, Ohio. Here’s what I’ll be looking for from the seven candidates with the best chances of winning the nomination: Elizabeth Warren. Swing voters exist, and they are likely […]

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The Democratic Debate Is Coming to Ohio, Where a Party Battle Is Already Underway

COLUMBUS, Ohio — As Morgan Harper campaigned at the Prestige Cuts & Styles barbershop here, Joe Copeland, a retired school principal, said he had never heard of the young woman mounting an insurgent primary challenge of a Democratic member of Congress. But he thought of a comparison. “Is this the same type of situation as […]

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Stormy Daniels Reaches $450,000 Settlement Over 2018 Strip Club Arrest

Stormy Daniels, the pornographic film actress who said she had an affair with Donald J. Trump before he became president, reached a $450,000 settlement on Friday with the City of Columbus, Ohio, after suing over her arrest at a strip club in July 2018. The arrest made headlines across the country, raising questions about whether […]

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Discrimination Is Hard to Prove, Even Harder to Fix

When it comes to lawsuits alleging discrimination, the wheels of justice sometimes turn even more slowly than usual. “It’s a difficult process, more difficult than it needs to be,” said Jeff Vardaro, a civil rights attorney in Columbus, Ohio. These cases can become complex and expensive, and defendants and their attorneys have incentives to drag […]

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Hospital C.E.O. Resigns and 23 Employees Are Fired After Doctor Is Charged in Murders

The chief executive of an Ohio health care system announced his resignation and the termination of 23 employees on Thursday, one month after a doctor who worked for the hospital was charged in one of the largest murder cases in the state’s history. Ed Lamb, the chief executive of Mount Carmel Health System, said in […]

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Celebrating America, Scoop by Frosty Scoop

Ice cream is young. For more than a thousand years, our ancestors had to settle for flavored snow — quick to vanish without modern refrigeration, and thus a luxury, reserved for the rich. Sorbet was accidentally invented in the 16th century, when the Italian scientist Giambattista della Porta tried to freeze wine and wound up […]

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Ohio Doctor Is Charged With 25 Murders in Fentanyl Overdose Deaths

An Ohio doctor was charged on Wednesday with 25 counts of murder, with the authorities accusing him of deliberately causing patients’ deaths by prescribing fatal doses of the powerful opioid fentanyl. A grand jury indicted Dr. William Husel, 43, who turned himself in to the police on Wednesday in Columbus, the state capital. The charges […]

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