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Bernie Sanders, the Vermont senator and 2016 presidential candidate, told a crowd late Friday morning in Dunn Meadow that if half the voting-age population turned out by the end of Election Day, the same crowd was looking at their next member of Congress.
No presidential administration in modern history has had a perfect strategy for dealing with the Islamic world, George Mason University professor Peter Mandaville said.
In editorial columns in the the Indianapolis Star and Huffington Post last week, IU political science professor William E. Scheuerman called the FBI investigation of allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh a “joke” and “partisan game."
HAMMOND, Ind. — Two Joes, one stage.
Yells of “No justice, just us” filled Kirkwood Avenue on Oct. 9 as a group of about 30 protesters marched from Sample Gates to the Monroe County Courthouse.
The three Senate candidates duking it out on the debate stage Monday evening touted their voting records, or lack thereof, but one issue they circled back to was health care.
Minutes before Taylor Swift takes the stage at any show during her Reputation Stadium Tour, a video package of media negatively portraying her plays on the video screen and echoes through the speakers.
When Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation became a reality Saturday afternoon, IU student Olivia Little and her roommates left their Washington, D.C. apartment and headed toward the United States Capitol Building.
The Senate confirmed Judge Brett Kavanaugh to serve as an associate justice on the Supreme Court Saturday afternoon.
As of Thursday night, a letter published in the New York Times on Oct. 3 opposing the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court has been signed by more than 2,400 law professors, 39 of which are IU and IU- Purdue University Indianapolis professors.
With the Oct. 9 voter registration deadline creeping up, there’s not much time for IU students to decide whether to cast their ballots in Monroe County or make alternate plans to vote at home.
After Christine Blasey Ford made accusations of sexual assault against U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, some people have voiced concerns that these allegations may be false.
CHARLESTOWN, Ind. — Liz Watson, the Democratic candidate for Indiana's 9th Congressional District, said the longest she’s publicly appeared alongside Republican incumbent Rep. Trey Hollingsworth was when she passed him once during a parade.
To repeat the age-old cliche, the upcoming midterm elections will likely come down to turnout.
For Raegan Davis, president of College Democrats at IU, the implications of U.S. Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh being approved are personal.
Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Indiana, announced Friday morning he would oppose the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
Liz Watson, the Democratic candidate for Indiana's 9th Congressional District, will appear alongside Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont, next month at a campaign rally on campus.
Less than two months out from Election Day, Democrats in Bloomington have stepped up their ground game in an effort to achieve victory up and down the ballot.
By Del Quentin Wilber and Chris Megerian
Editor's note: This is a developing story. For updates as of Monday evening click here. For further updates, please continue to check idsnews.com.