Senate GOP intent on scrapping health mandate in tax bill

Sen. Orrin Hatch, chairman of the Finance Committee, confirmed late Tuesday he was revising the bill to include repeal of the insurance mandate “to help provide additional relief to low- and middle-income families.”

Writer brings extraordinary story of ‘Monuments Men’ to Fort Wayne

Some of the world’s most famous pieces of art still sit in European museums, and will for generations. But have you ever wondered how did it survive the most destructive war in history– World War II? Robert Edsel asked that same question. It’s an extradoridnay tale, and Edsel was in Fort Wayne on Tuesday to tell it.

Gunman targeted neighbors then continued rampage

Police said surveillance video shows the shooter unsuccessfully trying to enter a nearby elementary school after quick-thinking staff members locked the outside doors and barricaded themselves inside when they heard gunshots.

FDA warns of injury, death with herbal supplement kratom

The Drug Enforcement Administration had planned to ban kratom by adding it to a list of illegal drugs that includes marijuana, heroin and LSD. But the agency backed away from that plan last October after a flood of public complaints

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Authorities: Indiana girl recovering after attack by dog

Police say the Michigan City girl had extensive wounds on her entire body except for one left leg and her face. Officials say the bull mastiff was placed in quarantine pending a decision about its fate. A criminal investigation is ongoing.