The United States’ commercial ties with Cuba were broken 54 years ago after Fidel Castro took over.
An autopsy Wednesday showed that Stone neither shot nor fatally stabbed himself, although he had some non-fatal cuts on his legs.
In programs revealed by the AP this year, USAID secretly created a primitive social media program called ZunZuneo, staged a health workshop …
Dr. Shayesteh said obesity is the foundation of nearly 30 chronic diseases.
UAW Local 1112 started its Care and Share food distribution program 40 years ago.
Sony said it was cancelling “The Interview” ”in light of the decision by the majority of exhibitors not to show the film.
City Council put the proposed legislation into first reading so more discussion can be held.
YSU administrators said the deal hasn’t been written yet.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced the indictment Tuesday.
Each record has a state contact that taxpayers can question.
The Crestview and Springfield school districts continue a holiday tradition.
Columbus-based Ohio Mulch Supply said a bagging problem with machinery caused their bags of mulch to be short.
Commissioners with Mill Creek Metro Parks will meet again to consider a new executive director for the park system.
House support would send the bill to the governor.
According to the coroner, the woman died of a heart attack after multiple dog bites.
Alan Gross, 65, was freed as part of an agreement that included the release of three Cubans jailed in the United States.
Police say the warrant stems from drugs found at a house in Vienna back in 2012.
The store was initally closed around noon Wednesday.
The announcement comes amid a series of new confidence-building measures between the longtime foes.
Officials announced the move to hire Pelini as YSU’s next football coach Tuesday. Watch the full press conference.