Trump, militias, and the long history of voter intimidation and violence in the Midwest.
The city illustrates, starkly, the challenges and opportunities of the country in 2020.
Landmarks in Indiana's Steel City still bear the names of corrupt officials.
In June, Ohio legislators refused to ban confederate memorabilia from county fairs. The state has long had a complicated relationship with the confederacy.
"Juneteenth is a joyful ritual of collective memory and cultural cohesion."
Commentary: A goodbye letter to the city.
But this time, let’s also invest in critical infrastructure—including healthcare.
The measured, rational, compassionate response of Ohio’s Public Health director is a gift in chaotic times.
Large-scale emergencies reveal underlying gaps in access and infrastructure.
Moratoriums on evictions, utility shut-offs now are necessary, but policymakers should also plan for the post-coronavirus fallout.
A large percentage of the land in Cleveland and Pittsburgh is tax-exempt. What does this mean for the health and wealth of cities?
And what does it mean for the city moving forward?