Artist Rod Sounik talks about the spontaneity of glass blowing and shaping.
It was the most expensive and perhaps the most bitter campaign for U.S. Senate in Ohio history.
Arizona Senator John McCain, who lost the presidential race to Pres. Obama in 2008, will appear at a fundraising luncheon for Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel in Columbus.
The move extends the deadline for candidates to file to run for Congress, which supporters say is necessary given the uncertainty over Ohio’s new Congressional map.
Ohio Congressman Zach Space is one of the so-called Blue Dog Democrats that have negotiated a delay on a health care vote until September.
The wife of Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama campaigned for him in Columbus Friday. In a speech to more than 300 on the Ohio State University campus, Michelle Obama portrayed her husband as a uniter with a world view.
Pay attention, Ohioans you may still play a key role in deciding who the major parties nominate for President. That’s the advice from political scientist John Green of the University of Akron. For many months, it looked as if the Democrats and Republicans might be anointing their nominees before Ohio’s March 4th primary election. But Green says things have shifted.
The race for governor this year is serious business in Ohio. But some advocates are trying to use humor as a political weapon. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports on a new video satire that Democrats are circulating, poking fun at Republicans.