Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger vents about Ohio chip plant delay: 'It's such a pivotal moment. Please don't dither in Congress.'
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger minced no words on his decision to potentially delay a plan to build semiconductor fabs in Ohio as Congress "dithers" on the CHIPS Act.cnbc.com
Mike Salinas wins at Norwalk to take NHRA Top Fuel lead
Salinas won for the fourth time this season and seventh overall, beating Josh Hart in the final with a 3.706-second run at a track-record 333.58 mph. “It’s amazing,” Salinas said. Robert Hight won in Funny Car, Erica Enders in Pro Stock and Angelle Sampey in Pro Stock Motorcycle in the 10th of 22 events in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season.news.yahoo.com
Kasich says 'even clowns were embarrassed' by Texas GOP convention that included declaration that Biden 'was not legitimately elected' and called homosexuality an 'abnormal lifestyle choice'
"You let the people who are really extreme take control, then these are the kind of things you get," said the former GOP presidential candidate.news.yahoo.com
Barr tells Jan. 6 panel Trump 'detached from reality'
The House January 6 Committee investigating the Capitol attack heard from former President Donald Trump’s closest campaign advisers and top government officials Monday who all attempted to dismantle his false claims of 2020 election fraud. (June 13)news.yahoo.com
‘I’ve had enough’: 17-year-old high school senior on why he’s running for Ohio’s House of Representatives
Sam Cao, a senior at Mason High School in Ohio, is running to be the nation’s youngest legislator in history at 17 years old. If elected, Cao would serve as the District 56 representative in the Ohio House of Representatives, a position that has been held by Rep. Paul Zeltwanger (R, OH-54) since 2015. Cao is eligible on the ballot as he will be 18 years old by the general election as the Ohio Constitution requires.news.yahoo.com
Quinn makes US Open at 57 in qualifying for young and old
Fran Quinn last played the U.S. Open eight years ago with his teenage son as his caddie. Quinn, the 57-year-old who played his first U.S. Open at Pebble Beach in 1992 the year Tom Kite won, advanced in an 8-for-3 playoff in Purchase, New York. This came after Quinn failed to make it through qualifying for the U.S. Senior Open.news.yahoo.com
Yellowstone bison gores visitor and flings her 10 feet, park says
The 25-year-old woman from Grove City, Ohio, whose name has not been released by the National Park Service, got within 10 feet of a female bison near a boardwalk at Black Sand Basin on Monday morning, according to a news release.washingtonpost.com
Fans At John Mulaney’s Show Said They Felt “Ambushed” When Dave Chappelle Opened It With Anti-Trans Jokes
“I have a lot of trans friends and I’m gay myself, so I was really disappointed that Dave was allowed to perform, given that he has a history of transphobic jokes,” one attendee told BuzzFeed News.View Entire Post ›news.yahoo.com
Ohio high school students disciplined for posting "Whites only" and "Blacks only" signs above water fountains
Administrators at Colerain High School near Cincinnati say the signs were posted above water fountains for about 30 seconds on May 5, before being removed by the students who put them there.cbsnews.com
Residents raise concerns about proposed marijuana store in old Rainforest Cafe in Chicago, but prior worries have faded, area leader says
Progressive Treatment Solutions pitched its plan to partner with cannabis startup Bio-Pharm, LLC, to open the shop at Ohio and Clark streets, within blocks of three existing dispensaries, after a prior proposal fell through.chicagotribune.com
Can Democrats win back working-class voters? Watch the Senate race in Ohio.
The race between Republican J.D. Vance and Democrat Rep. Tim Ryan will test whether Democrats can woo disaffected voters who found Trump’s message appealing in 2016 and 2020 and notably shifted the state to the Republicans.washingtonpost.com
Trump's influence on GOP tested as voting ends in Ohio's primaries
The polls have officially closed in Ohio's primary elections, where the Republican race for Senate could have national implications. CBS News chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa and CBS News political reporter Adam Brewster joined CBS News' Elaine Quijano to discuss the latest in the race.news.yahoo.com
JD Vance paid $70K by colleges he bashes as Senate candidate
Before Republican JD Vance began targeting universities as the enemy of the conservative movement, the Donald Trump-endorsed U.S. Senate candidate in Ohio leveraged a network of higher education institutions across the country to promote his book.