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Roy Lee Ward, an inmate on death row in Indianapolis, is contesting the legality of Indiana’s lethal injection process to the Indiana Supreme Court after the Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled that Indiana prisons were unable to follow through with their executions.
Cornell Iral Haynes Jr., better known as the rapper Nelly, was arrested early Saturday morning by police in Auburn, Washington, following a report of second-degree rape. His lawyer, Scott Rosenblum, later released a statement saying that Nelly had not been charged and had been released from custody.
In an act of charity undertaken previously by First Ladies before her, Melania Trump recently gifted a set of Dr. Seuss books to one school from every state.
In a heavy-handed attempt to cut health care costs, Indianapolis-based insurance giant Anthem will no longer cover outpatient medical imaging and scanning at hospital facilities, which includes MRI and CT scans.
Pregnant teenagers in Ohio are being forced to endure unnecessary pain during childbirth.
Except perhaps in cases such as Heinz’s dilemma – stealing medicine to save a sick wife, which seems excusable – theft is not that a difficult crime to judge.
President Trump announced a new tax plan last week that would simplify the personal and corporate tax code and, on the whole, lower taxes.
Bloomington will be unveiling Indiana’s first driverless shuttle system Friday at the Fast Forward Bloomington event. The EZ10, manufactured by the French tech startup EasyMile, is completely electric and can transport up to twelve passengers at a time.
The FBI deemed in 2011 the Juggalos, a term used to describe Insane Clown Posse fans, known for their spidery hairstyles and love of Faygo, a “loosely organized hybrid gang”.
With the Little 500 race on campus and bike lanes on many streets in town, Indiana University and Bloomington are generally thought of as a bike-friendly community.
The Senate has until Sept. 30 to pass budgetary legislation with a simple majority vote. That’s less than one week, just enough time to squeeze in another repeal-and-replace Obamacare effort.
A famous rapper is raking in the money and climbing the Billboard Top 100 despite charges of aggravated assault against his girlfriend. Which rapper is this? The fact that we had to ask, and that multiple men could fit this description, is the issue.
Although most Hoosiers are Christian, many young Indiana residents are losing interest in organized religion. Roughly 10 percent fewer people identify as Christians in Indiana compared to 2007, according to Pew Research Center, and far fewer than that are actually attending church.
In its most recent list of visiting fellows, Harvard University included famed WikiLeaks whistleblower Chelsea Manning. In 2013, Manning, a former Army private, was sentenced to 35 years in a military prison under the Espionage Act for releasing more than 700,000 documents exposing U.S. war crimes in Iraq.
Last week, two Motel 6 establishments in Phoenix, Arizona, were accused of calling U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials to detain undocumented guests, the Phoenix New Times reported. According to the Times, the motels were presumably responsible for 20 arrests made since February.
Capitol Hill’s newest flashpoint is the surprise budget deal President Trump struck with Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-New York, and Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-California.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos declared last week the methods by which college campuses handle sexual assault constitute a “failed system.” In a speech at George Mason University, DeVos said the Obama administration “burdened schools with increasingly elaborate and confusing guidelines” that her department now intends to review and improve.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said last week that she will review the guidance for addressing sexual assault on college campuses. DeVos said she thinks the Obama administration went too far in an attempt to protect victims, ultimately infringing on the due process of those accused.
Desiree Fairooz, a member of the social justice activist group Code Pink, faces a retrial this month for charges of unlawful conduct for disrupting Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ confirmation hearing because of her laughter. She faces up to six months in jail.
The stock price of consumer credit reporting agency Equifax has dropped by nearly 14 percent after announcing Sept. 7 that hackers had gained access to the personal information of up to 143 million Americans. This included 209,000 credit card numbers and unspecified amounts of driver’s license numbers, full names, birthdates and social security numbers.