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Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown considers presidential campaign in 2020


Wood Co. Circuit Clerk asks commissioners for more money to run her office


Congressman hopes for bi-partisanship after Democrats House victories


Decision 2018 in West Virginia and Ohio


UPDATE: John Legend speaks at campaign event in Ohio


Update: Manchin, Morrisey finish debate


Morrisey, Manchin hit campaign trail before Election Day


Joe Biden campaigns for Democrats in Ohio


Gov. Justice names Tom Azinger to fill late Delegate Frank Deem's term


Trump returning to West Virginia to stump for Morrisey


Steve Dettelbach visits Washington County


VP Pence to campaign in Ohio for governor, House candidates


Wives of former governor, candidate, visit Marietta


Poll shows majority of West Virginians approve of jobs that Justice and Trump are doing


New poll shows national issues West Virginians say are most important


Brown, Renacci talk issues in 2nd U.S. Senate debate


Vice President Pence, Morrisey ask West Virginians to vote


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Death toll in California wildfire rises to 42, marking worst in state history

It was not clear how many people were still missing after the inferno roared through rural Butte County, north of Sacramento.

CIA considered potential truth serum for terror suspects after 9/11

Between 2002 and 2007, CIA doctors, psychologists, physician assistants and nurses were directly involved in the interrogation program, the report said.

Paz de la Huerta files lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein alleging sexual assault

The suit filed Monday alleged the first incident happened on Dec. 7, 2010 when Weinstein dropped her off at her New York City apartment.

20,000 DUI convictions could be tossed after N.J. trooper charged

State authorities believe the officer skipped a step in the test meant to ensure the readings are accurate.

Cleveland culture reporter Nikki Delamotte found dead

“We're devastated. We're angry. To say that Nikki was special is obvious to anybody who met her or read her,” said a Cleveland Scene editorial.