An organization that ran anti-cigarette smoking ads during the Video Music Awards has complained to MTV’s parent company about the program’s multiple references to marijuana.
Social media exploded Thursday morning when a federal judge issued his ruling, overturning the NFL’s decision to suspend Patriots quarterback Tom Brady four games for his alleged role in the “Deflategate” controversy
It’s part of the U.S. Senator’s series of events called “Donnelly Days,” where he participates in a variety of jobs in Indiana.
The Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department said the two drivers were hospitalized in serious condition Thursday morning.
The Paris prosecutor’s office said in a statement Thursday that investigators used maintenance records to match a serial number found on the wing part with the missing Boeing.
Bush said in a television interview that Trump was trying to “insult his way” to the presidency. That came in reply to question about Trump’s telling the former Florida governor to “speak English.”
Business has been so good for the online musical instrument and audio gear retailer that it’s expanding again, this time in a move that’s expected to create 285 new jobs.
Only about 42 percent of test-takers are likely ready for college-level work or career-training programs.
Attorneys for gay couples had proposed that Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis be let out of custody if she promised not to interfere with her deputies, but the clerk refused.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami says Fred is expected to weaken from a cyclone to a post-tropical low later Thursday or Friday.
A jury says former Indianapolis Colts linebacker Josh McNary is not guilty of forcing a woman he met in a bar to have sex.
The Indiana Department of Education is reviewing whether A-F performance grades to schools could be canceled this year because regulations on setting those grades have expired.