An Ohio man is charged with allegedly developing and using malware to spy on thousands of computers in the U.S.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – An Ohio man was charged in a 16-count indictment on Wednesday for allegedly using malware known as “Fruitfly” to surreptitiously record people by secretly taking over their
Top FBI and DOJ officials could soon be subpoenaed, amid allegations of political bias against the president.
Ohio’s right to life advocates are praising the passage of a bill aimed at protecting the life of unborn children diagnosed with the most common chromosomal condition in the U.S. Lawmakers in the state voted in favor of legislation recognizing the right to life for unborn children diagnosed with down syndrome.
Federal authorities green-light the controversial NEXUS natural gas pipeline. The pipeline is set to run across Northwest Ohio, bringing natural gas from Shales in Appalachia into Michigan, and Ontario, Canada.
(Reuters) – Australian Nick Kyrgios overcame Spanish veteran David Ferrer on Saturday to set up a clash against Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov in the final of the Cincinnati Open.
(Reuters) – Second seed Simona Halep will face Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza in the final of the Cincinnati Open after they both won their semi-finals easily on Saturday.
A Conservative group is launching a $2.5 million dollar television ad aimed at pushing lawmakers to pass tax reform measures. The American Action Network’s commercial will air Wednesday, and it’s the group’s latest action in advocating for a tax code overhaul benefiting middle-class families and businesses.
(Reuters) – Hideki Matsuyama turned a terrible warm-up into one of the best rounds of his career, matching the course record with a nine-under-par 61 to charge to an emphatic five-stroke victory at