by Alice Ollstein May 3, 2016
The mostly-smooth primary saw some long lines, computer glitches and voters improperly turned away.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Mar 25, 2016
Indiana just approved a huge anti-abortion bill with a dizzying number of extreme restrictions.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Mar 11, 2016
"Today is a perfect example a bunch of middle-aged guys sitting in this room making decisions about what we think is best for women."
by Alan Pyke Mar 4, 2016
Not having a home doesn't erase your property rights anymore in Indianapolis.
by Adrienne Mahsa Varkiani Mar 2, 2016
The violence faced by people at the intersection of anti-blackness and Islamophobia is often ignored.
by Josh Israel Feb 28, 2016 Updated: Mar 1, 2016
Three young men were found dead in Fort Wayne, the victims of multiple "execution style" gun shots at a local hangout spots.
by Zack Ford Feb 13, 2016
"It's a great privilege for me to be your governor" does not answer the "yes or no" question that was asked.
by Zack Ford Jan 29, 2016
One of the authors of the "Utah Compromise" is trying to convince other states to use it as a model, but it doesn't have the LGBT community's best interests in mind.
by Zack Ford Jan 28, 2016
A pro-discrimination bill in Indiana and an anti-transgender bill in South Dakota are off and running.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jan 26, 2016
The commonly called “no more stringent than” bill would prohibit state policymakers from creating environmental rules that go beyond comparable federal standards.