A state legislator in Ohio is defending her decision to have an abortion after she was a victim of rape and she made the bold move of sharing her personal story on the floor of the Ohio state legislature. While she feels compelled that ending the life of her unborn baby was the right decision, […]
This is real courage. Ohio state Rep. Teresa Fedor took the microphone as lawmakers were debating a bill that would ban abortions if there is a detectable heartbeat—as early as six weeks of pregnancy: Abruptly asking to speak duringShow More Summary
Former Ohio State NCAA champion wrestler Mike Pucillo opened up about his sexuality in a new interview with Open Mat's Jason Bryant. Pucillo, who was a three-time All-American and 2008 NCAA Division I Champion at Ohio State, recalled coming out as gay to his best friend and college teammate, Reece Humphrey, in the interview. Show More Summary
Mike Pucillo, a three-time All All-American and 2008 NCAA Division I Champion at Ohio State, comes out.
When Tony Alford decided to leave Notre Dame and join Urban Meyer at Ohio State, Irish fans expected the worst. Notre Dame's best recruiter—the man who landed Louis Nix without a head coach even hired and had made in-roads throughout...Show More Summary
After stomping the Oregon Ducks in January and winning the inaugural College Football Playoff Championship Game, the Ohio State Buckeyes are finally getting a hold of those fancy new rings they earned. Buckeyes wide receivers coach Zach...Show More Summary
The Buckeyes received the first-ever College Football Playoff national championship rings.
While railing against an abortion-limiting bill in the Ohio legislature this week, Democratic State Rep. Teresa Fedor publicly disclosed for the first time that she had once been raped and elected to have an abortion.
Ohio state Rep. Teresa Fedor (D) accuses a fellow legislator of laughing right after telling her colleagues that she underwent an abortion after being raped while serving in the military, in footage posted by Mother Jones on Thursday. “I don’t want government in my business. I want my...
Ohio State Rep. Teresa Fedor, saying she was fed up with political posturing, stood and forcefully announced that she had once been raped and had terminated the resulting pregnancy.
Some NFL draft prospects are such well-kept secrets that even their college teams didn't know exactly how to properly use them. Ohio State tight end Jeff Heuerman is a perfect example of an underutilized prospect who will go higher in...Show More Summary
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The main event of the most talked-about quarterback competition in college football history won't start until the summer. But if Ohio State's Thursday practice was any indication, spring practice should make for a heck of an undercard. Ever since the injuries to Braxton Miller and J.T. Show More Summary
Ohio State is set for a huge weekend, as a number of the nation's highest-rated recruits—including No. 1 overall prospect Rashan Gary—will make their way to Columbus, Ohio, to visit the Buckeyes. It will be a pivotal stretch for head...Show More Summary
In Ohio, Deasia Watkins, who has been accused of decapitating her baby in her home, faced a grand jury today and pleaded not guilty to murder charges. Prosecutors said she will not face the death penalty due to her mental state. On March 16th, children who were playing inside the home alerted police that there […]
Is there trouble in paradise? The Ohio State Buckeyes are in the midst of spring practice, and head coach Urban Meyer is not exactly happy with how his players are performing early on. Bleacher Report's Adam Lefkoe was joined by Bleacher...Show More Summary
An Ohio lawmaker opened up about how she had an abortion after becoming pregnant from rape on the state House floor Wednesday during a debate over a "heartbeat bill," which would outlaw abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected. “You...Show More Summary
By now, Americans no strangers to the variety of inventive and ill-conceived ways that Republican state legislators have found to build barriers to the ballot box. AMERICAblog readers already know about the attempt to tweak the rules for electoral votes in Michigan and Nebraska, along with poll taxes in North Carolina and voter ID laws in […]
March 26--Ohio State University faculty and staff members soon could use their ID cards to ride COTA buses. The Central Ohio Transit Authority's board of trustees agreed on Wednesday to extend discounted monthly passes that can be purchased...Show More Summary
A version of this article originally ran in 2009. In 2010, our advice to bet on Duke paid off when the Blue Devils won the title. Our suggestions to pick Texas in 2011 and Ohio State in 2012 did not go quite as well. (The Buckeyes at...Show More Summary
Yeah that's against the rules.