Originally published on Tue November 13, 2012 4:36 pm
Update at 11:30 a.m. ET: The Associated Press just moved a "bulletin" saying that according to a "senior defense official" the emails between Gen. John Allen and Jill Kelley were "flirtatious."
Update at 4:33 p.m. ET: NPR's Tom Bowman reports that U.S. officials tell him Paula Broadwell sent Gen. Allen messages warning him about Kelley. Allen, in turn, warned Kelley about those messages.
Our original post:
As workers consider their health insurance options this fall, chances are there's one on the open-enrollment menu with a deductible of more than a $1,000.
Coverage like that is often linked to a tax-advantaged financial savings account to pay for medical expenses that fall below the hefty deductible.
A strangely interesting treatise on death and acting.
869-thousand Ohio households currently receive food stamps, but some are about to see their allotments cut.
Columbus City Council last night approved the creation of a Tax-Increment-Financing District
Worthington City Council has initially approved creating a tax-increment-financing district for a proposed development next to Worthington Place.
Earlier, we posted a guide to "who's who and what's what" in the Petraeus affair.
As for other stories making headlines, they include:
-- "Residents Flee Air Strikes On Syria Border Town." (Reuters)
A University of Kentucky geologist says the 4.3 magnitude earthquake that shook portions of Ohio
Columbus police say alcohol is suspected in a fatal crash on James Road Monday afternoon.
The State Highway Patrol says a Pickerington woman was killed last night in a one-car crash on Millersport Road in Fairfield County.