The RAND Corporation, a nonpartisan public policy organization, is arguing that later school start times could lead to a large financial payoff. But it may not be worth the extra consequences.
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Bill Levin, the leader of the First Church of Cannabis, came home one day in August to find his pet, a 13-year-old peacock named Bert, lying dead under a bush, the Indianapolis Star reported.
An environmental disaster such as Hurricane Harvey does a funny thing to humanity. It lays bare what kind of nature lies beneath our fractured social relations.
Any organization that collects donations in the name of public service should be openly communicative with the public about how the donations are spent. If it is too difficult or even impossible to tell how a nonprofit is spending the funds it raises, then it becomes reasonable to suspect that these funds might be being mishandled.
L’Oreal has fired its first transgender model, Munroe Bergdorf, over inflammatory comments made on Facebook regarding the Charlottesville, Virginia, riots.
Last week, a petition asking for the removal of a mural currently residing in Woodburn Hall surfaced on Change.org. The mural, painted by the late local artist Thomas Hart Benton, depicts several Ku Klux Klan members burning a cross.
The Bloomington Plan Commission has announced that it is making moves to make more land available for adult businesses. The commission altered the existing ordinance on where "sexually oriented businesses," — as the Herald Times dubs them — can exist in the city. The alterations expand the amount of space available for these businesses, but still have to be approved by the city council.
Several Indiana brewing companies are facing scrutiny for using sexually suggestive designs of women on their beer labels. Accompanying these illustrations are names including “Leg Spreader,” “Sex and Candy” and “Naughty Girl.”
Rep. Zoe Lofgren, D-California, reprinted Section Four of the 25th Amendment in a resolution this month that called for a panel of psychiatrists to be formed to “determine whether the President suffers from mental disorder or other injury that impairs his abilities and prevents him from discharging his Constitutional duties.”
Law enforcement agents in Johnson County, Indiana, swept the county Wednesday to serve 63 felony warrants to people suspected of drug dealing. Johnson County, which is just northeast of Monroe County, suffered 70 drug overdose deaths in 2016.
Long before President Trump began rallying for a wall along the United States-Mexico border, the U.S. was experiencing a resurgence in anti-immigration rhetoric, both illegal and legal.
Since we’ve all clearly decided not to abide by the trite little guideline, “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all,” we’re going to need another way to filter our speech.
The departure of Steve Bannon from President Trump’s White House will be a far less historical moment than his arrival.
Jefferson Davis, John C. Calhoun and Robert E. Lee have a lot of things in common. They all were instrumental in either the creation or oversight of the Confederate States of America. They provided the structure, ideas and strategies behind the Civil War.
In an effort to increase security, IU Athletics announced Thursday a clear bag policy for Memorial Stadium and Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. The new restriction comes at the recommendation of a New York-based security firm and will take effect for the first time Aug. 31 for the football game against Ohio State.
The U.S. Congress is about to make a mistake.
The Trump administration is laughably out of control, barely held together by one pair of tiny hands.
It seems reasonable to expect that rape survivors sympathize with other victims, that the authorities who are supposed to protect students actually do and that if anyone understands the difference between a rape myth and a reality on college campuses, it’s the head of the Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights.
Last Thursday, GOP Senate leadership released the latest version of their health care bill, the Better Care Reconciliation Act, to repeal and replace the Obama Administration’s Affordable Care Act.
The giants of the industrial age are in trouble, and we should be worried.