The personal information of up to 4 million current and former U.S. federal employees is small change compared to hacks that have targeted American companies.
Four jurors were selected for the trial of a man charged in a deadly house explosion a day after a judge dismissed 56 prospective jurors.
Pence visited U.S. Steel’s plant in Gary amid hundreds of layoffs, telling workers that the state is committed to helping the industry grow.
Pieces of art by 17 artists from 6 states will be placed along a walking tour in the historic downtown.
U.S. employers added a robust 280,000 jobs in May.
A person kayaking on St. Joseph River called police to report a body in the river just before 2 p.m. on Friday.
Teamsters Local 385 filed the charge alleging Disney was committing an unfair labor practice.
Officials say it appears Bubba, who was estimated to weigh more than 600 pounds, was intentionally stabbed.
The company announced the closings in a blog post.
The auto safety agency admitted it didn’t understand technology and wasn’t skeptical enough to root out the GM ignition switch problem.
China-based hackers are suspected once again of breaking into U.S. government computer networks, and the entire federal workforce could be at risk this time.
The east courts will be closed on June 8 and are expected to reopen on July 10.