A federal appeals court has upheld a lower court’s order blocking Indiana Gov. Mike Pence from barring state agencies from helping Syrian refugees resettle in the state.
For years in multiple states, journalists uncovered several cases where coaches sexually abused young gymnasts. But when complaints arose, USA Gymnastics officials denied wrongdoing, moved coaches to different gyms and said coaches were just as much a part of gymnastics…
By PBS NewsHour
Tonight is “National Night Out,” and police officers across the country are going into neighborhoods in an effort to connect with the people they serve. As part of our year-long Race Matters conversation, special correspondent Charlayne Hunter-Gault speaks with Gary,…
By Tom Davies and Brian Slodysko, Associated Press
With Mike Pence set to accept the GOP vice presidential nomination on Wednesday night, here's a closer look of some of the claims about his Indiana record.
By David Nather, STAT
Donald Trump may have just made women’s health a bigger issue in the 2016 election.
By Mary Jo Brooks
Ross Gay is passionate about poetry, gardening and basketball. “I guess you could say that I think all three things alter our notion of time," he said.
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
In Elkhart, a town of about 50,000 not far from South Bend, Obama will encounter a community whose experience during his presidency has mirrored the country's broader economic revival: uneven and bumpy, with both winners and losers.
By PBS NewsHour
Elkhart, Indiana, was one of the cities hit worst by the financial crisis in 2009 and was the first city President Obama visited after taking office, though the city remains deeply divided along partisan lines. Obama will return to Elkhart…
By Sophie Quinton, Stateline
A growing number of students need to borrow — and borrow heavily — to finance their college educations. And giving them more information about their debt may help change their borrowing habits.
By Julie Pace and Scott Bauer, Associated Press
INDIANAPOLIS — Once dismissed as a fringe contender, businessman Donald Trump now is all but certain to lead the Republican Party into the fall presidential campaign against Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton — a stunning political triumph for a first-time candidate…
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