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Indiana Black Democrats right to demand diversity

It’s the end of the world as we know it.  Not because Donald Trump is President or that Chicago Cubs won the World Series, but because...

Purdue profs. lead students to DC for inauguration research

Nineteen Purdue University students, led by political science professors Nadia Brown and Natasha Duncan, will witness the presidential inauguration and a variety of related...

Former Indiana senator tapped as Trump’s Director of National Intelligence

President-elect Donald Trump has selected former Indiana Sen. Dan Coats to lead the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, a role that would...

Shackelford seeks solutions: legislator shares method for making change happen

Indiana State Rep. Robin Shackelford is out to help her constituents. Last week, residents of Autumn Glen were thrilled to learn that their voices...

Op-Ed: Achieving 21st Century Government

Someone once told me, “The Auditor’s Office shouldn’t be political, because math isn’t political.” I couldn’t agree more.As my time being State Auditor draws...

Defend Democracy vigil scheduled Sunday

Defend Democracy Vigil is a local Hoosier event aligned with Americans across the nation in urging our electors to safeguard the presidency.Indianapolis is one...

Explore the issues: 2016 presidential race

Voters have heard ad nauseam about Hillary Clinton’s emails, Donald Trump’s misogynist and racist actions and Gary Johnson’s Aleppo flub, but as Election Day...

Sen. Cory Booker visits the Hoosier state

Tuesday evening, Indy residents were in for a treat as New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker (D) paid a visit to the IBEW Local 411,...

90-year-old poll worker reflects on service

In her 90 years, Mary Harrison has witnessed numerous historical moments in our nation. In her time, astronauts have landed on the moon and...

Block the vote?

State and federal agencies have been called to investigate potential attempts at voter fraud and accusations of voter suppression in Indiana, and the voting...
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Stepping out of the comfort zone

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