In this photo taken Dec. 21, 2015, Republican presidential candidate, businessman Donald Trump addresses supporters at a campaign rall in Grand Rapids, Mich. The former reality television star and tabloid king has relied on free news coverage to power his presidential campaign. And he wants to control that coverage as much as possible. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

Donald Trump: Relying on, trying to control free coverage

The former reality television star and tabloid king, who has relied on free news coverage and social media to power his presidential campaign, is uniquely obsessed with how the news media portray his events.

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Cops seek deposition delay in Ohio Wal-Mart shooting lawsuit

Two policemen who confronted a man carrying an air rifle in a Wal-Mart have asked a court to let them wait to give formal statements about the deadly police shooting in a lawsuit while a federal criminal investigation is pending.

FILE - This Aug. 3, 2014, file photo, shows algae near the City of Toledo water intake crib, in Lake Erie, about 2.5 miles off the shore of Curtice, Ohio. Ohio voters could be asked in November 2016, whether to approve spending $1 billion on improving water quality around the state. (AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari, File)

Will Ohioans be asked next year to OK $1B to clean up water?

The Healthy Water Ohio coalition, which suggested borrowing $100 million a year as part of a bigger trust fund to address water-related issues, said its research shows Ohioans would pay a little more each year to protect drinking water.

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Death row inmates remain in legal limbo despite ruling

Defense attorneys predicted after the August ruling that the 11 inmates currently housed on death row at Northern Correctional Institution would be reclassified and join the general prison population.

U.S. service members pay their respects during a memorial ceremony for six Airmen killed in a suicide attack, at Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan on Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2015. The deadliest attack in Afghanistan since 2013 killed six U.S. troops on Monday, including a family man from Long Island, New York; a South Texan; a New York City police detective; a Georgia high school and college athlete; an expectant father from Philadelphia; and a major from suburban Minneapolis with ties to the military's LGBT community. They were killed when their patrol was attacked by a suicide bomber on a motorcycle near Bagram Air Base, the Defense Department said. (Tech. Sgt. Robert Cloys/U.S. Air Force via AP)

Obama: 6 killed in Afghanistan were ‘outstanding’

The six service members were killed Monday at Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan, the largest U.S. facility in the country, when a suicide attacker rammed an explosives-laden motorcycle into a joint NATO-Afghan patrol.