Who is that masked man anyway?

I was in a hurry and I had a lot on my mind when I stopped at the post office the other day. I ran inside, checked the PO box, then headed back out the door.

Stop the theft of U.S. research, technology

CINCINNATI — The coronavirus has challenged our country in unprecedented ways. To overcome this crisis, we are looking in part to our world-class research institutions to help develop treatments and vaccines for this disease. But these places of discovery and innovation are also prime targets for thieves.

Help for Ohio during an extraordinary crisis

Last week, I participated in a roundtable at Fecon, an agricultural equipment manufacturer in southwest Ohio. Our discussion included some of the biggest issues...

Gov. DeWine is mighty fine

Gov. Mike DeWine and sidekick, Ohio Department of Health director Amy Acton, have reached Batman and Robin status for jumping into the quarantine-mobile to...

Commentary: Lessons of previous stock market crashes

At 5:12 a.m. on April 18, 1906, the northernmost 296 miles of the San Andreas fault ruptured. The quake lasted 55 seconds, and the...

A historic week for US trade, American workers

Last week, I participated in a roundtable at Fecon, an agricultural equipment manufacturer in Southwest Ohio. Our discussion included some of the biggest issues...

Vietnam War ended — but did it?

On April 30, 1975, the Vietnam War ended, but will it ever end as long as those men and women we know who served...

National Poetry Month: Just try writing

The lines of poems I memorized in high school come back to visit me at moments when I need them. I regularly pull chapbooks...

An unforgettable art show

I’ve been fascinated by art museums since I was a young teen and was introduced to the Toledo Museum of Art. I’ll admit that...

Cynicism grows amid admissions scandal

NEW YORK (AP) — In some ways, the college-admissions bribery scheme newly revealed by federal prosecutors seemed almost inevitable. Ethics experts say Americans these...