Though Indiana legislators and Gov. Mike Pence passed and signed an amendment to RFRA clarifying no one would be discriminated under this bill, a political analyst said the battle is far from over.
A Fort Wayne couple spent 20 years in Kenya serving others and spreading their Christian faith — the same faith many died for Thursday.
Hutchinson signed the new bill Thursday moments after it was given final approval by the state House.
The owner of Memories Pizza in Walkerton has temporarily closed its doors after saying it wouldn’t serve pizza at a gay couple’s wedding.
The state wrapped up its case Thursday after hearing testimony from Medical Examiner Dr. William Zane on the death of Odin Lloyd.
Vanilla Ice has accepted a plea deal to perform community service after being arrested over the break-in and theft at an abandoned home in Florida.
A police officer used an online lead website to help catch someone who sold an engagement ring, a tablet and an iPod to a pawn shop.
Reading out a joint statement, European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini hailed what she called a “decisive step” after more than a decade of work.
The driver of a motorcycle led police on a chase in Kendallville. However, later that day he was seen by an undercover officer at his parents’ home.
NCAA President Mark Emmert said Thursday the association is “very pleased” with revisions to Indiana’s religious objections law that critics feared would lead to discrimination against gays and lesbians.
Rick Stevenson, who is challenging incumbent Tom Henry for the Democratic nomination for mayor, did not shy away from using strong words in his statement on the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
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