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‘Paintings, Politics and the Monuments Men’ in Cincinnati
This Cincinnati Art Museum exhibition examines the fate of works recovered after World War II.
3 Questions: CNN’s Joe Johns
A visit to the Ohio Statehouse as a kid set CNN correspondent Joe Johns on a path to covering news in Washington, D.C.
3 Questions: Kyle Kondik
In all but two elections since 1896, Ohio has selected the winning presidential candidate. Here's why.
3 Questions: Phil Mattingly
As Ohioans prepare to vote on key national and statewide races this month, we talk with the CNN correspondent and Toledo native.
Where Does John Kasich Go From Here?
We sit down with the governor to talk about leading Ohio, running for president and what’s next.
3 Questions: Tim Ryan
Niles native Tim Ryan was elected to Congress in 2003. In April, he announced he is seeking his party’s nomination for president.
The Election of 1920
The race introduced the world to Franklin D. Roosevelt and marked the last time an Ohioan won the White House.
3 Questions: Sherrod Brown
The Mansfield native discusses his book examining the successes and failures of eight progressive leaders who occupied his desk on the Senate floor.
3 Questions: Mike DeWine
As he readies to begin his term as governor, we talk with the longtime public servant about his distinguished political career and the challenges facing Ohio.
3 Questions: Fox News’ Bill Hemmer
The Cincinnati native Bill Hemmer returns to Ohio to moderate a GOP candidate forum prior to this month’s Republican presidential primary debate in Cleveland.
3 Questions: Writer P.J. O’Rourke
The Ohio native talks about growing up in Toledo and his days 'National Lampoon.'
Velvet Ice Cream Offers Fun for the 2016 Election
Velvet Ice Cream asks customers to cast their vote with a Blueberry Donkey or Elephant Ear sundae.
Karl Rove Talks William McKinley
The political consultant’s book examines how the Ohioan united a splintered Republican party.
3 Questions: Scott Raab
The Cleveland native delves into what the Cavaliers’ 2016 NBA championship means for his hometown in a new book.
Art Climb, Cincinnati
Whether you’re looking for an inspired moment or seeking a new way to get active, the Art Climb at the Cincinnati Art Museum is there for your next step.
‘Men of Change: Power. Triumph. Truth.’ in Cincinnati
The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center hosts an exhibition showcasing more than two dozen African American men who changed the history and culture of our nation
Road Trips: Iconic Ohioans
Ohioans changed the world. Here is where you can revisit history and learn more about some of our most notable names.
3 Questions: Matthew A. Cherry
Matthew A. Cherry won the Best Animated Short Film Oscar for “Hair Love” in 2020. We talked with him about the appeal of animation and what’s next.
Explore the Life of Warren G. Harding in Marion
In 1920, Warren G. Harding campaigned for president from his front porch in Marion. You can tour his home and visit the Presidential Library & Museum that puts his legacy in a new light.