The new law awaits Gov. John Kasich's signature, coming in a year of nationwide debate over allowing guns on college campuses.
Close ties between the US and South Korea could become less so under new governments in both countries. The ouster provides an opening for the center-left South Korean opposition, which has criticized trade and military ties with the US.
As cold air moves in next week, temperatures are expected to drop. Local government and nonprofit groups are working to set up temporary shelters and get homeless residents inside.
Publicly traded companies in Portland, Ore., that pay their chief executives at least 100-times as much as their median employee salary will pay a 10-percent surcharge on the city's current business tax.
Assailed first by a debt crisis, then acting as a front line in Europe’s migrant crisis, Greece has had an extremely difficult few years. Yet it has avoided civil conflict and has remained in the eurozone, contrary to many expectations.
Franklin Frake works for the Red Paw Emergency Relief Team, a Philadelphia nonprofit that provides assistance to displaced pets, and their owners, during and after a disaster involving their home.
Bank of Canada officials revealed their pick Thursday for the first Canadian woman to be portrayed prominently on the nation's currency: Viola Desmond, who helped inspire the country's civil rights movement.
In an interview published Wednesday, Pope Francis takes on fake news, calling the spread of disinformation or 'communicating ugly things' a sin and referring to it as the biggest damage media can do.
A federal judge ruled there was no reason to move forward with a recount in Michigan. Other states are winding down their recount efforts, too, with no surprising results.
Women have been cracking and shattering "glass ceilings" since long before two women at Hewlett-Packard coined the term. Convention-busting women continue to break through barriers to lead international corporations, coach male sports teams, and even secure a major party nomination for president. How much do you know about these female pioneers?
Union boss Chuck Jones says that Donald Trump deliberately inflated the number of Carrier jobs that he had saved. Now, the president-elect is attacking Jones on Twitter.
In a new report, Vivek Murthy expressed concern about e-cigarettes, which have become the most commonly used tobacco product among young people.
Juveniles make up a high proportion of arson arrests. In Tennessee, prosecutors could throw the book at two suspects accused of starting a fire that ended up killing 14 people.
The average life expectancy dropped unexpectedly by 0.1 of a year compared to 2014.
President-elect Donald Trump might not keep President Obama's executive order protecting young, undocumented immigrants in place, but he seems to be softening his stance on America's 700,000 'Dreamers.'