Indiana House Bill 1002, which would increase the current 33.59 cent-per-gallon gas tax by 10 additional cents, has been approved by the House Roads and Transportation Committee.
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The turbulent ups and downs of national news and politics can be distracting from problems close to home.
President Trump has the potential to alter the typical college student’s diet, a feat that no dietician has been able to accomplish so far. Among other changes, his current plan threatens the student dependency on guacamole from Chipotle, a crucial factor in student budgets.
The United States welcomed President Trump to his new office a week ago, and his first words as president to the public were lackluster. While the Editorial Board doesn’t believe all is lost now that Trump has taken office, we do have a few gripes with his inauguration speech.
American news media got a lot of things wrong throughout the 2016 presidential campaign.
As one of the final acts of his presidency, Barack Obama commuted the 35-year sentence of convicted whistleblower Chelsea Manning.
When the Editorial Board must dedicate an entire column to the hypocrisy of a United States senator, the U.S. deserves better representation.
Grandma and grandpa are finally gaining knowledge about technology, but it’s not in the situation you would probably prefer.
This Friday we will say goodbye to the 44th president of the United States. President Obama and his family will pack their bags and move out of the White House to make room for our incoming president.
What’s better: 22 high-quality radio stations or five outdated radio stations that are $23.3 million more expensive?
An important part of internet use in the United States is the ability to access and interpret content freely without restrictive interference from any particular entity that claims to decide what is true.
Holidays are a lot weirder than you would expect.
Education took a huge blow in November as Accomack County Public Schools in Virginia decided to pull “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” from their high school curriculum.
As President Obama’s term comes to a close, he’s making lots of decisions that will leave his legacy on a high note. One such decision occurred in late November when he announced his plan to expand the student loan repayment program.
The Bank of England has been receiving severe criticism over a recent announcement concerning the new £5 note.
It’s no secret the Editorial Board has never been hesitant to criticize President-elect Donald Trump when we feel he is acting irresponsibly. In order for the criticism to be measured and fair, we must also raise attention to issues we feel he is performing adequately on. This is certainly the case with the recent deal to keep Carrier jobs in Indiana, made all the more relevant due to the issue’s local impact.
Now that Trevor Noah’s interview with far-right sorority girl Tomi Lahren is nearly a week old, liberals feel content with Noah’s mature treatment of Lahren. Their measured, logical approach to dealing with this country’s mass organization of fanatical racists has clearly been a smashing success.
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Parents tell many little lies to their children while they’re growing up. From the Tooth Fairy to the Easter Bunny, parents band together to keep kids believing in the fantastic until they get too old.
As Brazil’s economy plunges deeper into a crisis, students have occupied schools throughout the country to fight proposed cuts in education spending.