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Supermartes II sin Sanders ni Biden ante seguidores en Ohio,

VOA News Los candidatos presidenciales demócratas, Bernie Sanders y Joe Biden, anunciaron las cancelaciones de sus presentaciones de este martes en Cleveland, Ohio, según anunciaron sus respectivas campañas. «Por preocupación por la salud y seguridad públicas, estamos cancelando la concentración de esta noche en Cleveland», dijo el portavoz de Sanders, Mike Casca en un comunicado. […]readmore


Trump Boasts of Electoral Success in Ohio Special Poll

VOA News U.S. President Donald Trump is boasting of success in Tuesday’s elections, but the vote count in one key special election in the Midwestern state of Ohio for a seat in the House of Representatives is still too close to call. Trump declared Republican state lawmaker Troy Balderson the winner in the House election […]readmore

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Cincinnati Zoo Names Baby Penguin ‘Bowie’ After Singer

Associated Press CINCINNATI, OHIO—Having already earned a measure of «Fame» with the Cincinnati Zoo’s first animal birth of 2016, a newborn penguin chick has been named «Bowie.»The zoo says the baby known as a blue or fairy penguin hatched at 6 a.m. Friday, weighing less than 2 ounces. Friday was both David Bowie’s and Elvis […]readmore

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Cleveland Grand Jury Declines to Indict Police in Killing of

VOA News December 28, 2015 3:24 PM A grand jury in the northern U.S. city of Cleveland, Ohio has voted not to indict two police officers in the November 2014 shooting death of a 12-year-old African American boy carrying what turned out to be a fake gun. Cleveland prosecutor Tim McGinty announced the decision Monday […]readmore

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Kerry: No Deal in North Korea Prisoner Release

North Korea says a detained American was freed this week following «repeated requests» from U.S. President Barack Obama. The brief note by Pyongyang’s official KCNA news agency said «criminal» Jeffrey Fowle was released on orders of leader Kim Jong-Un. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said no deal – no «quid pro quo» – had […]readmore

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2nd Texas Nurse With Ebola Had Flown to Ohio

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the second U.S. health care worker to contract the deadly Ebola virus took a Frontier Airlines flight from Cleveland, Ohio, to a Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, airport on Monday, October 13. The health worker was identified as Amber Vinson, 29, a nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital. Officials said Vinson […]readmore