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A new city trash and recycling system was proposed to the Bloomington Common Council at its committee session Wednesday evening. The council unanimously recommended that they approve the proposal at a later session.
Reproductive rights. Economic and racial justice. LGBT rights. There are an overwhelming amount of issues that Elizabeth Jacobs said she wants to take action on in this political climate.
Former Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson has been confirmed as the housing and urban development secretary, and the Washington Post reported Attorney General Jeff Sessions met twice with a Russian ambassador. Democratic leaders have called for Sessions’ resignation. Here’s a rundown of what happened and why it matters.
Between multiple power outages during its Wednesday meeting the Bloomington Common Council approved three resolutions.
In the last 24 hours, President Trump has blamed former President Obama for the White House leaks, graded himself on his work as president thus far and addressed the joint session of Congress for the first time. Here’s a rundown of what happened and why it matters.
Before the Indiana Senate voted to pass a bill enforcing federal immigration laws on college campuses, three students held up a banner that read “EDUCATION NOT
President Trump met with the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Trump’s labor secretary pick withdrew his nomination. Here’s a rundown of what happened and why it matters.
Students from all around Indiana gathered at the Statehouse early morning Valentine’s Day to celebrate a mutual love — journalism.
Bills that would make the school chief an appointed position rather than elected one are making progress in both the House and Senate.
Vice President Mike Pence got into the Valentine’s Day spirit, the White House commented on Gen. Michael Flynn’s resignation yesterday and Trump is already looking for a replacement for Flynn. Here’s a rundown of what happened and why it matters.
President Trump and his daughter, Ivanka Trump, met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the Senate confirmed Steve Mnuchin as treasury secretary, and national security adviser Michael Flynn got into hot water with Vice President Mike Pence yesterday. Here is a rundown of what happened and why it matters.
In the last few days, President Trump met with the Japanese prime minister, data on the number of people from the seven banned countries entering the U.S. was released, and Trump promised to keep cost of the U.S.-Mexico border wall down. The president also got into a Twitter fight with IU alumnus Mark Cuban. Here’s a rundown of what happened and why it matters.
The fight for Vice President Mike Pence’s emails may be headed to the Indiana Supreme Court.
The Bloomington Common Council said it was in favor of approving resolutions for each of the proposed seven districts for annexation at its meeting Wednesday.
In one of the most contentious cabinet position nominations of the Trump administration, the Senate voted 50-50 Tuesday to confirm Betsy DeVos for Secretary of Education. Vice President Mike Pence cast the first tie-breaking vote ever for a cabinet position, in favor of DeVos. The last time a vice president had cast a tie-breaking vote was in 2008 by Dick Cheney.
Betsy DeVos confirmed as secretary of education
Sura Gail Tala first became an activist when she protested the Vietnam War in 1969. Today she continues to protest, but now it is against President Trump’s administration. She shared advice on activism at a Bloomington Peace Action Coalition meeting.
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.
Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton proposed an expansion of city boundaries by nearly 10,000 acres Friday.
In the first few days of President Trump’s time in office, some Bloomington boards and commissions consider their work cut out for them. They discussed their immediate goals in the aftermath of the president’s decisions so far in their first meetings of the year.