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Aquel martes comenzó como cualquier otro.
In the last days and weeks, military tensions have increased between the United States and other nations. Here’s what you missed.
IU graduate student Abdul Aijaz didn’t even make it a week in the house before he canceled the lease.
John Tarabocchia was trying to meet his daughter at the airport in Chicago on March 28. He was going to fly home to New Jersey, but a 35-pound turkey nearly derailed his plans.
A group of about 50 supporters and members of Students Against State Violence marched down Indiana Avenue on Wednesday afternoon to take a letter of demands to the provost’s office.
In the last few days, Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation has dominated much of the news coming from the federal government. Here’s what you missed and why it matters.
In national politics in the last week, a new federal health care bill was abandoned, an executive order made plans to undo climate change policy from the previous administration, and the investigation of alleged Russian hacking continues. Here’s a rundown of what happened and why it
Executive order on travel updated
In her many years spent at just one organization, Toby Strout worked to improve the lives of more than 60,000 people affected by domestic and sexual violence in and around Bloomington.
New National Security
The Islamic Center of Bloomington’s imam makes the call to evening prayer Friday, and the people lining the walls of the room gather in the center to shake hands and face east. Small children run to join older men.
The Indiana Republican Party unanimously elected Kyle Hupfer on Wednesday as its new chairman.
In the last 24 hours, President Trump asked Israel not to build planned settlement homes, had a heated phone call with the Australian prime minister and promised to destroy the Johnson amendment.
In national politics Wednesday, several of President Trump’s cabinet nominees continued to move through the confirmation process, and Trump made a statement from the White House for the start of Black History Month.
President Donald Trump has selected Neil Gorsuch as his nomination for a position as a Supreme Court justice.
President Trump signed an executive order Friday to restrict travel from seven countries, among other restrictions. Here’s how executive orders, including this particular order, work.
After requests by senators on both sides of the aisle to discontinue a name no one used, the federal government has decided to refer to citizens of Indiana by what they’ve been calling themselves for decades: Hoosiers.
The life and career of David Baker, a prolific jazz musician, composer and IU professor, will be celebrated this Saturday in the Musical Arts Center with a panel discussion and a concert of his work.
“It’s conflict, and it’s compromise, and it’s very, very exciting.”
A suspect in the incident at Ohio State University was killed after a campus lockdown lasting more than two hours, leaving students on campus unsure and on edge.