Did you ever wonder what kind of music small town kids in North Dakota listen to? I would have guessed country music, but apparently German heavy metal music is big, too.
The Civil War began 150 years ago, on Tuesday.
On Monday, when NASA Administrator Charles Bolden testified before Congress, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown asked whether NASA would require commercial companies and NASA's own new rockets to carry out necessary tests on the ground first.
Brown had a specific site in mind for the tests.
Sandusky city commissioner Diedre Cole was our guest on this week's edition of Between the Lines.
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This is the beginning of a new month of challenges. I have a lot going on this month.
U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur talks about working the opposition in Congress and the new jobs economy. Sports editor Anthony Moujaes and Funcoast.com editor Ashley Bethard also offer viewers updates.
This past week has gone good for me. I am back on track and I want to lose 40 pounds by the time I leave for Florida the first week of May.
The blog must have slipped my mind last week, my bad. I'm back on track and feeling great!
This past week in the gym was a little rough. It seems like I was off a little bit.
I’m back on track and going strong! I lost 5.4 pounds this past week. I followed my schedule exactly and really watched my diet and it paid off.
Nothing new to report this week. Had four good workouts. We did legs,chest and back, and I also played basketball on Wednesday the 30th.
Kevin Drum, a Mother Jones blogger, is ordinarily a reliable leftist.
But when President Obama wanted to bomb Libya -- without bothering to
ask Congress first -- Drum was OK with it:
Sandusky city commission candidate Jeff Smith was our guest on this week's Between the Lines program.
A week ago I asked you, our readers, to think of what you could do to help “heal” Sandusky after the shooting and killing of Officer Andrew Dunn and the subsequent funeral.
The current darling of the Tea Party crowd, U.S. Rep Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., has been booked as a Lincoln Day dinner speaker for U.S. Rep. Bob Latta, R-Bowling Green.
As I wrote recently, U.S. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, is riding high in the polls as he heads into a re-election campaign next year.
Thomas Suddes, one of the Cleveland Plain Dealer's better columnists, had a scathing piece in last Sunday's PD which roasted Republican lawmakers in Columbus for their Voter ID card bill and attac
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