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O’Rouke left his mark

Opinion: By Jasmine Aguilera OtherWords Beto O’Rourke may have lost his race for Senate, but he’s managed

Macron’s view about nationalism brings to mind earlier warnings

Opinion: By Gene Lyons Andrews McMeel Syndication Perhaps you recall the last time a French politician


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It’s time to reform how to alter Ohio Constitution

Editorial: Columbus Dispatch: State legislative leaders want to make it more difficult for Ohioans to adopt

Know warning signs of suicide and how to help

Opinion: Know warning signs of suicide and how to help Suicide is a serious public health problem. It

A presidential candidate who believes in what he has lived

Opinion: WASHINGTON The world’s oldest political party has developed an aversion to discretion. The

Has GM bailed on the Valley?

Opinion: On Monday, leading politicians and business, labor and community leaders will come together to send

Y’town voters again reject anti-fracking ballot issue

Editorial: Six months after they said no to amending the Home Rule Charter to ban fracking in the city,

Still the biggest Vindy of the year

Opinion: Sandra Thomas has a Thanksgiving tradition for the past 21 years that’s different than most people.

Uber rich are running America

Opinion: By Josh Hoxie OtherWords This year’s stock market saw high returns for month after month, as

Remembrance of the Great War in the midst of the Endless War

Opinion: By Georgie Anne Geyer Andrews McMeel Syndication WASHINGTON By all accounts, it was a fine

FBI report states obvious: Hate-inspired crime rises

Editorial: Most Americans hardly needed a new FBI report to recognize that hate and the pernicious crimes it

There’s hope for white women

Opinion: By Tracey L. ROGERS OtherWords The Democratic “blue wave” may not have made as big of a splash

Don’t bet on Sen. Sherrod Brown making a bid for president in ’20

Opinion: U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown says being president is “not something I’ve dreamed about,” but he’s giving


Editorial: Correction Shakyra Diaz, who campaigned in support of state Issue 1, is managing director of Crime