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Audience members wondered where DeVos’ priorities lie at Thursday’s special education event.
Gov. Chris Christie addressed education and prevention on drug stigma and overdosage in the U.S. Monday.
An additional document unsealed Monday shows another adviser to the president's campaign pleaded guilty to misleading federal investigators.
Christie reacted to Manafort and Gate's indictments Monday in Indianapolis.
First-time candidate Robert Chatlos is a hopeful outsider.
The National Right to Work Act will take away a lot of monetary power from labor unions nationwide.
A class at the Monroe Public Library reminded Bloomington residents of the importance of the Constitution.
There are currently 59 national parks in the U.S.
Activists gathered on Sunday to watch a documentary on the last abortion clinic in Mississippi.
Allison Taylor became interim director in May and also graduated from IU's Robert H. McKinney School of Law.
Rep. Rokita said the state must work together to bring the opioid issue to Washington, D.C.
The details of the vice president's visit have not yet been released.
The political and economic issues in Venezuela are not isolated.
The bill was introduced last May to provide faster access to lifesaving resources.
The vice president will attend a round table discussion in a suburb of Indianapolis to discuss taxes.
Missouri State history professor Djene Bajalan discussed ways the 'Kurdish question' has been watered down by misinformation.
The 299 acres of Yellowwood State Forest was auctioned off Thursday morning for just over $108,000.
The highest bidder, a Martinsville-based logging company, Hamilton Logging Inc., submitted $108,785.
The panelists said there were different ways to go about sustainability change other than activism.
Pence was joined by the governor, Sen. Todd Young and Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta.