Senator Joe Donnelly addressed a crowd of labor leaders in Fort Wayne on Sunday.
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Facebook will soon rely on centuries-old technology to try to prevent foreign meddling in U.S. elections: the post office.
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter is recovering from surgery at Emory University Hospital.
A wave of feverish anticipation, fawning critical acclaim and groundbreaking cultural meaning pushed “Black Panther” to a record-setting $192 million debut in U.S. and Canada theaters, firmly establishing the superhero sensation as a box-office landmark.
The Indiana State Police is conducting an investigation following the discovery of human skeletal remains Saturday afternoon in Auburn.
The evidence against the Florida school shooting suspect is so overwhelming, the only question left for the courts if he is convicted is whether he will be sentenced to death or spend the rest of his life in prison.
Tucked in the pages of a grimy, leather-bound almanac in the archives at New York’s Union College was a tiny envelope with the hand-scrawled words “Washington’s hair.”
A Republican running for a Maryland legislative seat raffled off an AR-15 assault weapon at a Saturday night fundraiser, only days after the same type of weapon was used to kill 17 people at a Florida high school.
Venting his fury over the Russia investigation, President Donald Trump on Sunday asserted that the Obama administration bears some blame for the election meddling, insisted he never denied that the Kremlin interfered in the 2016 U.S. campaign and said “they are laughing their asses off in Moscow.”
The kid who practiced landing rails in the 90-degree Indiana summer heat as part of his offseason training is now a two-time Olympic medalist, one who insists the chip on his shoulder still remains.
Bloomington’s police department is facing criticism for buying an armored truck that opponents argue will militarize the college town’s police force.
Over 120 students participated in the first National History Day in Indiana regional contest at Ivy Tech on Saturday.
Beer and wine sold during football games are pouring money into Purdue University’s athletic department.
“Black Panther” is well on its way to a record-making weekend at the North American box office.
Authorities say a 4-year-old girl sitting in a car with young siblings and her grandmother in northeastern Ohio has been fatally shot and a suspect is being sought.
Florida’s child welfare agency investigated the suspect in a school shooting that killed 17 people after he cut himself in a video but found him stable, according to state records.
Wells Fargo has made missteps in its efforts to make amends to customers who were forced to buy unneeded auto insurance.
A Russian passenger plane carrying 71 people crashed Sunday near Moscow, killing everyone aboard shortly after the jet took off from one of the city’s airports.
Four survivors of a deadly tour helicopter crash onto the jagged rocks of the Grand Canyon were being treated at a Nevada hospital on Sunday while crews tackled difficult terrain in a very remote area to try to recover the bodies of three other people.
Reports show that police in the Ohio city where two officers were fatally shot at a home had previously gone to the residence for domestic violence calls.