Steamy letters show a different side of Harding

Steamy letters show a different side of Harding

He wrote her poetry, called her “sis,” and, at the end, hotly defended his decision to vote in support of entering World War I, saying he was doing it to keep America safe and urging her to keep her pro-German views a little more discreet.

Local News

Muslims celebrate end of Ramadan

Muslims celebrate end of Ramadan

About 70 Muslim families from around the region gathered Tuesday to celebrate the Islamic holiday Eid-ul-Fitr that marks the end of Ramadan.

Sports

Centerville’s Bennett proud to represent Ohio State defense in Chicago

Centerville’s Bennett proud to represent Ohio State defense in Chicago

Michael Bennett handled hundreds of questions Monday and Tuesday at the Chicago Hilton with poise. They kept coming, too, one after the other, first at a podium and the next day at a round table.

Entertainment

Restaurant Week

French Oakwood restaurant changes the meaning of 'petite'

The Dayton Daily News Dining Divas are out on the town this week, reviewing the specials at participating restaurants for Restaurant Week.

Nation & World

US, Europe impose tough new sanctions on Russia

US, Europe impose tough new sanctions on Russia

Spurred to action by the downing of the Malaysian airliner, the European Union approved dramatically tougher economic sanctions Tuesday against Russia, including an arms embargo and restrictions on state-owned banks.

Business

McAlister's Deli

Deli chain poised to make Dayton-area debut

The first Dayton-area McAlister’s Deli is projected to open in September at 3310 Pentagon Boulevard in Beavercreek, the deli’s franchise owners said this morning.

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Life

Breast-feeding moms take over Oklahoma park

People walking through a Tulsa park Monday might have gotten a bit of a surprise: nearly 30 moms breast-feeding their babies right out in the open.

 
 

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