Some of the Amish sentenced in beard-cutting attacks on fellow Amish in Ohio are upset with federal prison education requirements.
Like most of America, public radio stations learned this morning that the over two decade run of Talk of the Nation will end in a few months. WOSU will be considering all options in replacing the program, which airs from 2-4 pm daily on 89.7 FM.
Want to actually have fun talking politics? You won’t want to miss this special opportunity, but you have to reserve your seat. Join NPR’s Talk of the Nation Host Neal Conan and Political Junkie Ken Rudin for an evening of politics, trivia, puzzles…and bad jokes. WOSU presents the Political Junkie Road Show at 7 pm. [...]
For more than 20 years, Fred Andrle has been a constant voice of intellect and reason, while serving as the radio host of WOSU AM 820′s Open Line. Fred will retire at the end of May and his announcement to that effect has sparked hundreds of emails into WOSU. Ken Rudin, NPR’s political junkie even [...]