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Topic - Maureen O'Connor
The Ohio Supreme Court has ordered a private college and a student journalist to try to resolve the student's lawsuit asking the college to turn over arrest records and other information.
Ohio's attorney general is seeking to have suspension proceedings held for a southeast Ohio sheriff facing felony charges.
Most federal employees who filed for unemployment compensation while they were furloughed are being asked to pay that money back, now that Congress and President Obama have agreed to pay all of those workers for their time off.
How the mighty do fall. San Diego's Maureen O'Connor was a rising star in the city's political circles, winning a seat on the City Council at the young age of 25 and going on to serve two terms as a populist, crowd-pleasing mayor — a female first, for the city.
After a poor June jobs report, Maryland has lost more jobs in the first six months of 2012 than any other state in the nation, according to numbers released from the U.S. Department of Labor.
Chris Brown is delivering more than hit songs _ he's selling puppies.
This is your brain on Armani? Whether Jon Stewart likes it or not, his "Restore Sanity" parody rally at the national Mall on Saturday has attracted political agendas.
Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor has said the courts are also part of the problem and called on judges to be more diligent about reducing the number of offenders behind bars.
Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor of the Ohio Supreme Court said Wednesday she appreciated the ACLU raising the issue.