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Indiana set to enforce ban on gender-affirming care for minors

A federal appeals court allowed Indiana’s ban on gender-affirming care to go into effect, removing a temporary injunction U.S. District Court Judge James Patrick Hanlon issued last year, Tuesday, Feb. 27.

Ballot challenge against former President Donald Trump denied in Indiana

By BENJAMIN THORP The Indiana Election Commission denied a challenge against President Donald Trump. (Photo from commission live stream/WFYI) The Indiana Election Commission voted Tuesday to deny an effort...

Pro-Palestinian activists demand ceasefire in Gaza during All-Star Weekend

As celebrities and public figures flocked to Indianapolis for the NBA All-Star weekend, pro-Palestinian activists were hoping to draw attention to calls for a ceasefire in Gaza.

Punxsutawney Phil predicts an early spring at Groundhog Day festivities

PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. (AP) — Punxsutawney Phil predicted an early spring Friday at Gobbler's Knob in Pennsylvania, the scene of the country's largest and best...

Three Black U.S. Army reservists killed in drone attack near Syrian border

By STACY M. BROWN, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent Three Black American reservists from the 926th Engineer Brigade, based at Fort Moore, Georgia, lost their...

Indiana’s HB 1002: Addressing antisemitism or silencing free speech?

Those in opposition fear HB 1002, which cites examples of antisemitic speech, could make it illegal to criticize the Israeli government for their attacks on Gaza.

Journalists of color worry a $500 million effort to boost local news outlets will leave them behind

Journalists of color urge Press Forward Initiative to commit to funding diverse news outlets.

Shortage of ADHD medication still impacting pharmacies and patients

Last year, the Federal Drug Administration said the main manufacturer of Adderall – a medication used to help treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD) – cited manufacturing delays, supply chain issues and labor shortages as contributing to the large shortage of the drug.

Indianapolis protests call for ceasefire in Gaza, end to U.S. aid to Israel

Hundreds of protesters gathered in downtown Indianapolis on two nights this weekend to call for a ceasefire and raise awareness of the mounting death toll in Gaza, as Israeli airstrikes enter a third week this Monday.

Israel pursues militants following Hamas rampage

JERUSALEM (AP) — Deadly violence has been surging in the West Bank as the Israeli military pursues Palestinian militants in the aftermath of the Hamas...


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