Business in Goodrich-Kirkland - Cleveland, OH

The Center for Immigration Studies, a nonprofit think tank that advocates for more restrictive immigration policies, filed a Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act lawsuit against two leaders at the Southern Poverty Law Center in federal court on Wednesday, disputing the legal advocacy organization’s choice to label it a “hate group.”

The series introduces its nasty twist on the familiar “chosen one” fantasy via a series of familiar new-kid-in-school tropes.

The vice president's wife will return to a Virginia school that bars employees from engaging in homosexual "sexual activity” or condoning “transgender identity.”

A judge in the Northern District of California has issued an order denying a search warrant due to the warrant seeking to go too far when it comes to smartphones and biometrics. The warrant not only sought the inspection...

Lawyers love to haggle over definitions, and insurance companies love to get out of paying out policies. So imagine the conversations brewing over the Oreo-NotPetya lawsuit.NotPetya is ransomeware that infected millions of computers in 2017, causing $10 billion dollars...

Mike Soehnlen remembers his three-year-old gelding "Cravin For Cash" as a sweetheart of a horse who dominated races at Northfield Park and other tracks.

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) sent a proposed H-1B registration rule to the Office of Management and Budget for review, signaling...

Suspecting child abuse is one of the most painful things an adult can endure. You fear the stakes are high if you call it in, regardless of whether or not you are correct. However, public policy has changed to...

The final steel beam was raised on the Q transformation project on Wednesday.The two-year, $185 million project includes expanded public spaces and concourses, multi-media upgrades, and renovated

Thu 1/17 @ 7:30PM Sat 1/19 @ 8PM The Cleveland Orchestra presents two more performances of Richard Strauss’s Ariadne auf Naxos (see our review of... READ MORE

Tue 1/22 @ 10AM, 10:30AM & 11AM Have you ever been to a concert at Severance Hall and, while waiting for the music to start,... READ MORE

The recent wildfires that devastated California will have a lasting impact beyond the lives and homes destroyed. The company that is allegedly responsible for starting the Northern California Camp Fire, Pacific Gas and Electric, has stated its intention to...

Sure it's a little late but, this is probably the most wonderful thing you'll see all week.

Repeated violent felonies can have dire consequences for some criminals. Many states, and the federal government, have three-strike type rules that require mandatory sentencing for certain convictions post-third-strike. Therefore, defendants can, and should, fight tooth-and-nail to keep convictions from...

On tap: 'Ariadne auf Naxos' from the Cleveland Orchestra, 're:surface' at Zygote Press, 'The Leuven Songbook' featuring Les Délices, 'Cole Porter on Broadway' at the Hanna Theatre, Emmy Award-winning journalist Byron Pitts at Baldwin Wallace, a Tinder-themed comedy show at the Grog Shop, funk band Lettuce at the House of Blues, and more.

With so much technology at our fingertips, more employees are working from home (and anywhere with WiFi) than ever before. But what if you're thinking of taking telecommuting to the next level, and starting your own business out of...

Builder Bo Knez has shelled out $1.88 million to buy land downtown in a move that may resurrect the for-sale townhouse phase of the Avenue District.