Trump campaigned on a promise to dramatically improve school choice — charter schools and private school voucher programs — and his Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has made it a priority. But so far the message doesn’t appear to have hit home with the public.
A U.S. World War II veteran has returned to a fallen soldier’s family a Japanese flag he took from the man’s body 73 years ago.
“The Mooch,” a few weeks removed from his spectacular flameout following an expletive-laden conversation with a reporter, appeared Monday on CBS’ “Late Show” with Stephen Colbert.
It expresses support for University of Virginia students in Charlottesville, where a driver is accused of slamming into a crowd of people protesting a white nationalist rally. One woman died.
North Korea’s state news agency KCNA reported earlier in the day that leader Kim Jong Un had examined plans for a launch. It quoted Kim as saying he would watch what he called the “foolish and stupid conduct of the Yankees” a little more before deciding whether to order a test.
Gov. Eric Holcomb says the state now “is officially in charge” of the project.
The move comes after unsuccessful efforts to find a company to take over the Muncie plant since it was closed in 2009 by Auburn Hills, Michigan-based BorgWarner.
Authorities on Monday said they have charged 25-year-old Phillip Anthony Williams, of Lafayette, Indiana, and 26-year-old Mackenzie Lee Knigge, of Clare, with first-degree murder in the death of Jessica Gomez. Williams and Knigge were being held at the Tippecanoe County Sheriff’s Office in Lafayette.
Indiana’s midway made less than $1 per person in 2015, while the Ohio State Fair’s midway made almost $1.15 per person that year.
The vandalism to St. David’s Episcopal Church in the Brown County community of Bean Blossom was found Nov. 13, just days after Donald Trump won the presidential election.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says air monitoring, storing the sediments in wet conditions and a cap at the bottom of the Indiana Harbor and Ship Canal in East Chicago will reduce those risks.
Gov. Eric Holcomb and Notre Dame President Rev. John Jenkins joined in started the walk. Jenkins says the walk is meant to recall the Roman Catholic school’s history and original mission.
Trade groups for technology companies welcomed Trump’s order Monday but the Chinese Commerce Ministry said it violated the spirit of international trade and Washington’s World Trade Organization commitments.
Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier cited the president’s failure to explicitly rebuke the white nationalists who marched in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend.
Target’s grocery section hasn’t been as big a draw for shoppers as the department has been for Walmart.
The Republican-controlled Assembly’s jobs and economy committee voted 8-5 along party lines to send the bill to the full Assembly, which plans to take it up Thursday.
A letter from EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt released Monday as part of a legal appeal said he will seek to revise the 2015 guidelines mandating increased treatment for wastewater from steam electric power-generating plants.
St. Louis hotels are losing meetings because of a travel advisory issued by the NAACP over concerns about a state law that rolls back discrimination protections for workers. That’s according to a local tourism board.
The remaining casinos, excluding the shuttered Trump Taj Mahal, saw a 3.9 percent increase. That includes an 18.5 percent increase in internet gambling.
An airplane took of from Rochester Airport around 6:45 p.m. and flew 500 feet before the engine stalled. The pilot was able to glide it to a nearby parking lot.