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Three former Trump campaign advisers have been charged in the special counsel investigation into possible Russian influence in U.S. political affairs.
President Donald Trump's former campaign manager and a business partner have been charged with conspiracy against the United States and money laundering, among other charges, according to an indictment filed Friday and unsealed Monday morning by a federal grand jury in Washington, D.C.
175 Americans die of opioid overdose every day.
Community members discussed whether the voucher system will affect the future of children with special needs Thursday evening as U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos continues her reign.
IU students wrapped in coats, scarves and light blue shirts printed with the phrase "You have a voice" huddled together Wednesday night in Dunn Meadow.
Net neutrality is in danger, and some say a vote may change the free flow of online information in the next few months.
Special education will be examined Thursday night in Monroe County.
Kathleen Stephens, former U.S. ambassador to South Korea, spoke of the challenges and importance of strong Korean democracy on Friday afternoon.
Members of IU’s chapter of Young Americans for Liberty stood near Woodburn Hall with an oversized beach ball urging passing students to write what they wished.
An agreement announced last month between Cook Group Inc. and the City of Bloomington, which would require the company to pay fees instead of being annexed within the city limits, was approved by the city council Wednesday night.
A year since its inauguration, the Institute for Korean Studies will discuss the future of Korean democracy Friday morning.
Alex Crowley discussed the city's push toward solar power and sustainable energy with local residents Saturday at the Bloomington Farmers' Market.
The organizers of Sunday night’s Las Vegas vigil were asked to use battery-operated candles instead of bringing real flames to the courthouse to honor the victims.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday morning calling for the scaling back of regulations on health insurance providers from the current health legislation passed under former President Barack Obama.
Even if something is difficult to achieve, we shouldn't give up on making a change, Geoff Wilson said Wednesdaynight.
INDIANAPOLIS — Sen. Jim Merritt, R-Indianapolis, held a press conference Tuesday morning in the state senate chambers to announce his plans to write laws for the 2018 legislative session pertaining to law enforcement safety and synthetic drugs — particularly fentanyl, an extremely powerful opioid responsible for many overdoses in recent years.
INDIANAPOLIS — IU President Michael McRobbie announced a $50 million initiative to combat the growing opioid crisis Tuesday morning at the Indiana Statehouse.
The Trump administration outlined immigration principles and policies Sunday that it wants Congress to prioritize.
The Indiana Department of Education announced new income eligibility guidelines for the Child and Adult Care Food Program on Monday.