Senate Democrats yesterday were forced to vote against the GOP-led repeal of the health care law. It basically went like this: “No.” “No.” “No.” 51 times. Forty seven Republicans said, “Do it.” Republicans today say the vote was a success because they were all able to go on the record with their feelings on the issue, while Democrats have threatened to make them go on-record on individual pieces of the legislation if they don't back the fuck up.
Also, Virginia wants the Supreme Court to let its people stay uninsured. —-
Hamilton County Commissioners today are saying “My B” after someone figured out they severely overpaid a local law firm to the point that the bonuses are trickling all the way down to its paralegals.
Ohio U's oldest fraternity is being closed down due to alcohol, which seems harsh until you consider how many ragers you can throw in 170 years.
Google has offered $20,000 to anyone who can hack Google Chrome.
The federal government released its latest “key recommendations” for Americans' diets, and this L.A. Times columnists says, “No, duh.”
Teen birth rates in the U.S. In 2009 were the lowest ever. When were they the highest — back when the Founding Fathers were getting their slaves pregnant?
City Council wants a study on merging the Cincinnati police and Hamilton County sheriff's office. We've seen what this type of intra-department competition can led to.