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The state auditor has released numerous findings against Ohio's then-largest online charter school, the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow.
Auditor concludes companies should repay $250,000 in taxpayer money that Ohio e-school ECOT used for ads attacking a state effort to recoup funding from it
The TAKE with Rick Klein If there’s such a thing as “Trumpier than Trump,” it appears President Donald Trump can be Trumpiest at all. (And when Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and his family get called names, he and Trump can make quite the team.) Trump and especially McConnell earned the
Voters head to the polls today in West Virginia to decide a contentious Republican U.S. Senate primary and candidates for the state's three U.S. House seats. The GOP primary battle to take on incumbent Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin is a heated three-way race between Rep. Evan Jenkins, West Virginia
Voters head to the polls today in Ohio to decide both Republican and Democratic nominees to be the state's next governor, which Republican will take on incumbent Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown , as well as candidates for the state's 16 U.S. House seats. The Democratic primary for governor pits
The TAKE with Rick Klein Trumpism may yet again overwhelm even President Donald Trump. Tuesday’s primaries -- scattered across four states Trump carried in 2016, all but one of which Barack Obama carried at least once – have proven to be fertile ground for tactics that Trump rode to the presidency.
The TAKE with Rick Klein “A Higher Loyalty,” James Comey ’s new book, has been on sale for 24 hours now. Questions of loyalty – both high and low – haunt the Trump White House, in this moment where the judicial system is poised to apply the kind of pressure even a president may not be able to
With the West Virginia primary only three weeks away, the national Republican Party is hoping to avoid in the Mountain State a repeat of the type of loss the party faced in the Alabama special election. Former coal baron Don Blankenship made national headlines for his conviction for conspiring to