Allen Quist, a Republican candidate seeking the nomination to go up against Rep. Tim Walz (D-MN), has made a serious pronouncement: That the political battle against the Democrats is the defining fight of this generation, even greater than the fight against terrorism.
The Internal Revenue Service plans to start regulating paid tax preparers, requiring them to register with the government, pass competency tests and adhere to ethical standards. The new regulations, announced Monday, will not be in effect for the current filing season.
Meet Melodi Dushane. Angered that Chicken McNuggets were not available at an Ohio McDonald's, the Toledo woman allegedly put her fist through the eatery's drive-thru window.
It should come as no surprise that passengers flying into the United States from Nigeria, Yemen and other “countries of interest” will be subject to enhanced screening techniques, such as body scans and pat-downs, the Transportation Security Administration said Sunday.
WASHINGTON – Beginning Monday, air travelers flying into the United States from Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Yemen and other “countries of interest” will be subjected to enhanced screening techniques, such as body scans, pat-downs and a thorough search of carry-on luggage. Additionally, all passengers on U.S.-bound international flights will be subject to random screening, the Transportation Security Administration announced Sunday. Airports were […]
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Pulling his silver Mercedes into a gas station near downtown Cleveland, Andrew Brickman came face to face with a loitering teen who wanted to pump Brickman’s gas — for a small fee.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Lake Tahoe, Clear Lake and four other large lakes in Northern California and Nevada are warming faster than the surrounding atmosphere, suggesting climate change may affect aquatic environments faster and sooner.
In the new year, issues of cultural identity dominate an upcoming round of exhibitions at two of Northeast Ohio’s premier venues for contemporary art, overlapping thematically and even spotlighting a few of the same artists.
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. — Before students get to deal a game of chance in Lee Chau’s class — and get a shot at a steady paycheck working in a casino — they must learn how to shuffle and count.