Ariel Castro‘s mother says “I have a sick son who has committed something very grave…May those young ladies forgive me,” hours after her son was arraigned on charges of kidnapping and rape.
‘I’ll tell you. I have a sick son who has committed something very grave. I’m suffering very much. I ask forgiveness to those mothers, may those young ladies forgive me. I suffer because they suffered. I’m suffering over my son’s pain. My son is sick and I have nothing to do with what my son did,” she said.
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Basketball players dream to take the shot that Aaron Craft took and sent his Ohio State Buckeyes to the Sweet 16.
The final seconds were ticking on the timer and the game was a tie between No. 10 Iowa State and No. 2 Ohio State, this is when the Ohio State guardmanaged a three-point shot to send the Buckeyes to the next round.
Watch: Aaron Craft Send Ohio State Into Sweet 16 VIDEO
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An extremely disturbing video released by an Anonymous cell known as “KnightSec” shows a group of high school students making fun about an alleged rape that occurred in Steubenville, Ohio in August 2012.
Read More: Steubenville High School Students Joking About Ohio Rape Case
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After Karl Rove’s meltdown during the live coverage of the US presidential elections 2012 on FOX, it appears that the network is taking some precautionary measures…
Read More Fox News Is Preparing To Take Karl Rove Off Air After Election Coverage Meltdown
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Fox News anchor Tricia Macke in Cincinnati, Ohio has returned to work after a two-day absence, after she apologized to MSNBC host Rachel Maddow for calling her an ‘angry young man’. Tricia of WXIX-TV was taken off the air after she referred to openly gay Maddow as ‘such an angry young man’ on her Facebook
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A couple got married in Ohio hospital last Thursday with the bride wearing a white bed sheet and expecting a baby boy, who arrived the following morning.
Read Ohio Bride Weds in Bedsheet Gown at Hospital Before Delivering
Fox News had a crazy disagreement with itself over whether or not President Obama had won Ohio, and the presidency.
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President Barack Obama’s celebrity friends are with him all the way. Jay-Z and Bruce Springsteen came together to show support for him during his final campaign rally before Election Day.
watch: Cory Booker Tweets ‘I’ve Got 99 Problems
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President Obama capped off the last 24 hours with visits to three key swing states in Midwest – Winconsin, Ohio and Iowa on the last day of the presidential campaign.
watch: Obama’s Last Day of the Presidential Campaign Pictures
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Former President Bill Clinton added some weightage to his argument, by citing work by an economist that is often quoted by Republicans when discussing national debt, Kenneth Rogoff. While addressing a crowd of 2,000 people in Ohio, former President Clinton cited a book called This Time It’s Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly, by Kenneth Rogoff and Carmen Reinhart.
Read more: Bill Clinton Cites Economist Kenneth Rogoff
With the election all of five days away, the focus is narrowing to just a few states. All eyes are on Ohio, the consensus pick for the most crucial swing state. Can either candidate win without it? Let’s take a look.
Read More: Obama Wants Ohio, But Romney Needs It
With less than a week remaining before elections kickoff, the presidential campaign has virtually been put on hold as Hurricane Sandy unleashes its devastation. The question is how can Sandy affect the presidential race, and especially in swing states like Ohio?
Read More: The Presidential Race and the Hurricane Effect!
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This story is truly horrifying. Hope Holcomb, 10, of Canton, Ohio, who suffers from cerebral palsy, has been cruelly bullied by a neighborhood child and his father.
Watch: Awful: Father and Son Bully 10-Year-Old with Cerebral Palsy (Video)