Gloria Steinem to produce, host TV series

NEW YORK (AP) — Gloria Steinem will host and produce a new television series on the Viceland network about the political impact of violence against women throughout the world. Viceland said Monday that the series, which will be called “Woman,” will premiere on...

Fatal Wrong-way Highway Crashes Increase In Ohio

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — State transportation records show an increase in wrong-way highway crashes with more deaths so far in 2016 than in all of 2014. The Dayton Daily News ( ) reports Ohio Department of Transportation records show 47 wrong-way interstate highway crashes with seven...

US, Goldman Sachs reach $5B settlement over risky mortgages

AP Photo/Richard Drew WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department on Monday announced a $5 billion settlement with Goldman Sachs over the sale of mortgage-backed securities leading up to the 2008 financial crisis. The deal resolves state and federal probes into the sale of...

Mom crafts book out of texty pearls of wisdom for new grads

NEW YORK (AP) — Becky Blades wrote her oldest daughter a letter after she left home for college offering all the advice and words of wisdom she wished she had dispensed beforehand. Her daughter had some advice of her own: Turn the letter into a book. Blades, who lives in...

BGSU athletic director resigns

Bowling Green State University has announced that Athletics Director Chris Kingston is resigning, effective May 10. Kingston, who has been AD since 2013, is leaving to take a new job as vice-president at Learfield Sports, a Texas company that handles multimedia rights for 120...

Arizona Coyotes fire GM Don Maloney

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — The Arizona Coyotes fired general manager Don Maloney on Monday. The team said an interim general manager wouldn’t be named at this time and that the search for a new GM will begin immediately. “On behalf of our ownership group and the...

AP Derby Top 10: Big changes, but Nyquist still No. 1

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‘Hire some new redactors’: How US hinders records requests

WASHINGTON (AP) — As U.S. officials dealt with the fallout of the government’s once-secret “Cuban Twitter” program, they had one thing on their side: notorious delays in the federal Freedom of Information Act. The government didn’t have copies of the...

AP-GfK Poll: On range of issues, Clinton has edge over Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — In an early general election warning for Donald Trump, Americans say they trust Democrat Hillary Clinton over the Republican businessman on a range of issues, including immigration, health care and nominating Supreme Court justices. Even when asked which...

2 years after cemetery shutdown, families still seek answers

AP Photo/Karen Pulfer Focht BARTLETT, Tenn. (AP) — Jackie Hughes longs to grieve over her sister’s death in simple ways: visit her grave, lay out flowers, and pour a can of Bud Light – her sister’s favorite – on the spot. But three years after Tawana...