Jan. 24, The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tennessee, on Netanyahu invitation breaching protocol:
Jan. 26, Fayetteville (North Carolina) Observer on General Assembly's agenda:
Jan. 27, San Jose Mercury News: Disneyland's measles is a hard lesson in how vaccines work
The Columbus Dispatch, Jan. 26
As we woke up on Jan. 20, we heard the news about the overnight collapse of an abandoned bridge over Interstate 75. Unfortunately, one construction worker lost his life and a truck driver, driving under the bridge, nearly lost his...
There aren't many things that drive me over the edge. But this week, I have to admit I'm getting pretty close.
The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer, Jan. 20
The Lima News, Jan. 19A controversial government surveillance program is being credited with alerting authorities to an alleged threat to bomb the Capitol and kill government officials.
The Berkshire Eagle of Pittsfield (Mass.), Jan. 12
The Hartford (Conn.) Courant, Jan. 15The Boston Olympics? There may be mixed feelings in Boston about The Hub as the Olympic host in 2024, but from Connecticut the prospect looks absolutely delightful.
• Kansas City Star on Congress making 2015 the year of 'net neutrality':Republicans and Democrats might finally have found an issue on which they can agree.
Newsday on security at the nation's airports., Jan. 8
The Eugene Register-Guard, Jan. 13, on tuition at community colleges:
By Michael J. MishakAssociated Press
Jan. 11, The New York Daily News on the march held in Paris in response to the terror attacks.
The (Dover-New Philadelphia) Times-Reporter, Jan. 9
Marietta Times, Jan. 10Ohio state prisons housed 50,641 inmates at the end of 2014 - 31 percent more than they were designed to accommodate.
Jan. 5, Aiken (South Carolina) Standard on restoring national trust:American involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan has scaled down the list. Concerns over the economy have, as well.
The Concord (N.H.) Monitor, Jan. 8, 2015It's easy to see Lawrence Lessig as Don Quixote.
Deciphering Obama's chemistry with Congress — or lack of itWASHINGTON (AP) — He hardly ever calls. When he does, it's all business.
Jan. 6, Tampa (Florida) Tribune on same-sex marriage:
Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish swore to defend the Constitution and faithfully execute the law when he took office. He should promptly begin fulfilling that oath by turning over his predecessor's parking garage records, long sought by...
The Ironton Tribune, Jan. 2
Jan. 2, Los Angeles Times on college ratings system:
The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer, Jan. 3
Dec. 29, Wall Street Journal on investing in the ObamaFund:
Dec. 30, The Augusta (Georgia) Chronicle on Afghanistan:
Excerpts of recent editorials of statewide and national interest from Ohio newspapers:• The (Dover-New Philadelphia) Times-Reporter:
Every year since 1936, the Associated Press has conducted a poll of its editors in late December to determine the top 10 news stories of the year. Each year it's always amazing to see the stories that “slip your mind.” It seems that...