Is Springfield, Ohio the Simpson’s Springfield?

D'OH!
12:00AM
March 19, 2007

The Simpsons movie debuts this summer. The animated series is set in a fictitious “Springfield.” But no one knows whether that’s Springfield, Ohio, Oregon, Illinois, Missouri, Massachusetts or where. So the film’s producers want those real-life cities to compete to host the premiere of the movie. But some Ohio lawmakers aren’t big fans of the animinated series.

Brown, fellow populists try to put their mark on US Senate

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12:00AM
February 19, 2007

Democrat Sherrod Brown is among a group of populist freshman US senators who could have an impact on what is usually a staid institution.

Washington culture tests ethics

12:00AM
January
31, 2007

Many Americans belive crooked behavior is the norm in Washington. From Capitol Hill, Chad Pergram examines the allure of power in the capital and what makes politicians go wrong.

Ney sentenced to 30 months in prison

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12:00AM
January 19, 2007

Former Ohio Congressman Bob Ney has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years in federal prison for his role in a congressional bribery scandal.

Zack Space arrives in Washington

Zack Space
12:00AM
January 2, 2007

The surprise member of congress from Ohio is an attorney from Dover. Zack Space takes the oath of office – replacing the convicted Bob Ney.

Space arrives in Washington

12:00AM
December
29, 2006

The surprise member of congress from Ohio is an attorney from Dover. Zack Space takes the oath of office – replacing the convicted Bob Ney.

Brown Making Transition to Senate

12:00AM
November
16, 2006

Democratic northeast Ohio Represetative Sherrod Brown flew back to Washington this week for the Congressional, lame duck session. But he returned as Ohio’s Senator-elect.

House Leader John Boehner (R-OH) comments on his testimony before House Ethics Committee

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12:00AM
October 20, 2006

House Majority Leader John Boehner of Southwest Ohio testified Thursday before the house ethics committee. The panel’s probing what the leader and other lawmakers knew about the inappropriate e-mails former Congressman Mark Foley sent to Congressional pages. Chad Pergram reports from Capitol Hill.

GOP Lawmakers from Ohio Meet to Discuss Foley- Page Issue

12:00AM
October
2, 2006

Lawmakers of both parties think congressional leaders, including House Majority Leader John Boehner of southwest Ohio should resign if they knew about electronic message exchanges between former republican Florida congressman Mark Foley and a 16-year-old house page.