OHIO

labor

Obama's New Documentary Is Great. It Also Reveals Why He's Out of Touch

'American Factory' on Netflix is a solid film, but Obama's message of finding common ground in an uneven labor dispute ignores working people's realities.
Zeeshan Aleem
8.23.19
police

Cleveland Cop Arrested and Suspended After He Allegedly Urinated on 12-Year-Old Girl and Filmed It

Solomon Nhiwatiwa is accused of assaulting the girl as she waited for a school bus.
Emma Ockerman
8.22.19
Drugs

Ohioans Have Lost More Than 1 Million Years of Life Due to the Opioid Crisis: Report

A new report made the discovery after analyzing overdose deaths from 2009-2018.
Manisha Krishnan
7.18.19
abortion

Giving Fetuses Legal Rights Could Be a Nightmare for Women, Advocates Say

"This is a statute that arguably makes every criminal law applicable to the pregnant women."
Carter Sherman
5.22.19
politics

Drug Addiction Used to End Political Careers, but That's Finally Changing

Around the country, candidates for local office are opening up about their histories of drug use.
Nick Keppler
4.4.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Please Don't Let Your Tiny Dog Blow Away in the Wind

The National Weather Service just issued a "small dog warning" for the Cleveland area, where winds have reached upward of 50 MPH.
Drew Schwartz
2.14.19
abortion

It's not even 2019, and Republicans have written at least 17 abortion restrictions for next year

All 17 were proposed in states where Republicans will control both the state legislature and the governorship in 2019.
Carter Sherman
12.27.18
VICE News

Jury recommends Charlottesville neo-Nazi James Fields be sentenced to life in prison

Circuit Court Judge Richard Moore will now decide Fields’ fate.
Tess Owen
12.11.18
Black Women Making History

Racism Is Killing Black Babies, But This Doula Is Fighting Back

Christin Farmer​ is providing the black mothers of Cleveland, Ohio, with the support they need to keep their children alive.
Candice Wilder
9.27.18
Music

My Search for TV on the Radio’s Mythical Williamsburg

On the tenth anniversary of 'Dear Science,' Wilbert L. Cooper reflects on discovering the seminal Brooklyn band as an angsty black youth in Ohio.
Wilbert L. Cooper
9.18.18
the opioid crisis

Juggalos Tell Us How They’ve Been Affected by the Opioid Crisis

What we learned about a health crisis at the recent Gathering of the Juggalos.
Allison Tierney
8.3.18
Drugs

We Embedded With Vigilante Drug Testers at the Gathering of the Juggalos

In opioid-ravaged Ohio, Bunk Police helped Insane Clown Posse fans test their drugs.
Allison Tierney
7.31.18
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