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Though the Senate has been out of session since Nov. 20 for the Thanksgiving holiday, Republicans are expected to attempt to pass their tax overhaul bill after resuming this week.
When President Trump announced employers could receive a religious exemption to birth control coverage on health insurance plans, students and staff were left wondering what comes next.
October 1962 marked the beginning of the Cuban Missile Crisis, a 13-day saga that would alter international relations for decades to come.
Dan Canon’s slogan, “You Have a Voice,” is a motto he said he tried to live by long before he decided to run for office.
After a fifth woman accused Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct Monday, Sen. Todd Young, R-Indiana, joined a cohort of his party colleagues in calling for the former judge to withdraw.
PLAINFIELD, Ind. — One day after the anniversary of his victory in the 2016 election, Vice President Mike Pence returned to his home state Thursday to push Republican tax overhaul efforts at a roundtable discussion with Indiana business owners.
Speakers in a panel at the Whittenberger Auditorium on Thursday night asked the question, “What must be done to solve climate change?”
They speak for the trees.
The 299 acres of Yellowwood State Forest was auctioned off Thursday morning for just over $108,000.
Djene Bajalan, a history professor at Missouri State University, set out Wednesday to consider misconceptions associated with the question of Kurdish aspirations for statehood from the Ottoman Empire to the present.
Vice President Mike Pence will deliver remarks and participate in a round table discussion on taxes Thursday at a Plainfield, Indiana, graphics company.
The Senate on Tuesday night officially passed the National Suicide Hotline Improvement Act.
Venezuelans are in the middle of a political and economic crisis where basic necessities are scarce and the governmental abuse of power is commonplace. Although it can be difficult to imagine the United States in such a dire situation as Venezuela’s, IU research associate Luis Hernandez said the two countries have traveled similar paths.
Vice President Mike Pence will visit Indianapolis on Thursday to push proposed changes to federal tax code, news outlets have reported.
Rep. Todd Rokita, R-4th District, chairman of the subcommittee on early childhood, elementary and secondary education, will lead a hearing on the opioid crisis.
The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration announced in a release Monday the appointment of a state Medicaid Director.
Mississippi has one abortion service provider left. Though Indiana has six, the two states may have similar futures.
Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Indiana and Sen. Todd Young, R-Indiana, are in favor of a bipartisan legislation which would place the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore as a national park, according a press release from Sen. Donnelly's office Thursday.
Kate Cruikshank rolled her sleeves up to fight back against a lack of political knowledge in the wake of the 2016 presidential election, organizing a class to educate Bloomington residents on one of America’s founding documents.
Rep. Trey Hollingsworth, R-9th District, announced his support Friday for legislation that would make it illegal under federal law for companies to fire their employees for not paying labor union dues.