The student pleaded guilty to battery by means of a deadly weapon in exchange for prosecutors dismissing an aggravated battery charge.
A family friend of an Indianapolis couple whose son was fatally shot by police as he held a knife to his mother’s throat says the officers’ actions saved their lives.
An occasional look at political claims that take shortcuts with the facts or don’t tell the full story
Divided Republicans are searching for a way out of an impasse over immigration that is threatening to shut down the Homeland Security Department within days.
Arias was convicted in 2013 of murdering Travis Alexander, but jurors deadlocked on her sentence.
The move puts a freeze on a top GOP priority, at least for now. It also reasserts Obama’s authority over a project that’s become a flashpoint in the national debate about climate change.
States that have embraced the health care law continued to outperform those where political opposition remains strong.
Drugmaker Merck & Co. has granted a free license allowing one of its HIV medicines to be made and sold inexpensively for use in young children in poor countries hard hit by the AIDS virus.
The author of the latest incarnation of the bill said there aren’t enough votes to pass it.
The Indiana Historical Society’s new online resource documents 61 early farming settlements that black settlers had founded by 1870.
However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says birth control pills remain the most popular contraceptive method nationwide.
Organizers don’t expect any public celebrations since it remains illegal to smoke marijuana in public.