The White House says Sony kept it informed about their deliberations over the weekend. Obama had earlier criticized Sony for failing to consult him about their decision to cancel the release.
Many religious-based institutions are making no changes or sitting on the sideline, perhaps waiting to see if the U.S. Supreme Court will settle whether gay couples should be able to marry in every state.
Indiana officials say this time last year there were about 100 cases in the state. This year, numbers have reached more than 1,000.
The FDA said it favors replacing the blanket ban with a new policy barring donations from men who have had gay sex in the previous year.
Drivers can go through the roundabout but all the lines directing cars where to go have yet to be painted.
Citilink will not operate Fixed Route or Access bus services on Christmas Day or New Year’s Day.
The group of Indianapolis-area firefighters who saw a local family lose everything in a fire knew they had to help.
With more than two years elapsed since county commissioners signed the state’s only agribusiness ordinance into effect in Hancock County, stakeholders in the issue are continuing to tweak the regulations in hopes of getting to what planners originally envisioned.
A Kroger employee made a $1000 donation to the Salvation Army on Tuesday morning.
The goal is to raise $2,400 in order to buy coats for residents of the Rescue Mission.
A 35-year-old London man wanted in Indiana since 2011 on child pornography charges made his initial court appearance Monday after being extradited.
The lawsuit contends the policy approved by the South Bend Common Council and scheduled to go in force in February violates city council members’ First Amendment rights.