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My Sister’s Keeper

 My Sister’s Keeper“I am your mother, NOT your friend!!!” Whenever my mom was mad at me, I vividly remember those exact words barreling thru the...

My Sister’s Keeper

 My Sister’s Keeper“I am your mother, NOT your friend!!!” Whenever my mom was mad at me, I vividly remember those exact words barreling thru the...

January unemployment rate drops to 9.7 percent

The unemployment rate dropped unexpectedly in January to 9.7 percent, while employers shed 20,000 jobs, according to a report that offered hope the economy...

Retailers January gains as luxury rebounds

Stores received a pleasant surprise in January as shoppers bought a little more clothing at mall stores, delivering solid gains for many retailers and...
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2020 Crisis and COVID-19 Fatigue is Harmful to Millions Around the World

As the world is experiencing a huge spike in positive COVID-19 cases, the frustration of having to rearrange our lives to deal...

Amid the pandemic, more Black families on the brink of homelessness

Three times a week, an Uber ride on Indianapolis’ east side helps to save the life of bright-eyed, 11-year-old Jay’Shawn Roberson.

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The positive news that an effective COVID-19 vaccine has hit the market and will be available relatively soon to everyone who wants...

Heaviness and hope

The start of a new year comes with a sense of hope, a clean slate and reflective thoughts of the past.

Dennis Murphy: Our path forward: Ensuring trust, equity in health care

The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare persistent, systemic racial disparities in communities across the United States, including the lasting effect of inequality...
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