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Indiana University Professor Suspended After Calling Police on Black Student Who Refused to Change Seats
The student characterized the teacher's punishment as a 'slap on the wrist'
about 13 hours
Thousands of abortion victims found on abortionist's property finally laid to rest in Indiana
The more than 2,400 children whose remains were found on the property of the late former abortionist Ulrich Klopfer were finally laid to rest Wednesday in South Bend, Indiana.At the graveside service
Burial Service Set for 2,411 Aborted Baby Remains Found in Abortionist’s Garage
The Indiana attorney general has scheduled a burial service Wednesday for the 2,411 aborted babies whose remains were discovered in September in the Illinois garage of abortionist Ulrich Klopfer after
Solid rocket fuel startup Adranos raises $1 million to scale up manufacturing
Indiana-based rocket fuel startup Adranos has raised $1 million, after closing an oversubscribed round led by Archibald Cox Jr., chairman of private investment firm Sextant Group. The funding will be
Fact Check: Buttigieg Falsely Claims Trump ‘Turns His Back’ on Middle Class
Pete Buttigieg of South Bend falsely claimed during the Democrat Debate that President Trump "turns his back" on middle-class communities.
5 Years After a Devastating HIV Outbreak, Indiana Is Still Lacking in Needle Exchanges
Public health experts say this reflects a continuing reluctance to treat addiction as a health issue.
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron Leads 17 States in Potential SCOTUS Abortion Case
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron (R) is leading 17 states in an amicus brief before the Supreme Court to support an Indiana abortion law that requires parental notification.
4-Year-Old Indiana Boy Dead After Being Shot by Father's Gun While They Were Play-Wrestling
A 4-year-old boy died Thursday after he and his father were shot by the father's gun while play wrestling.
Student Refuses to Move Seats. Professor Calls Police Because That’s Normal
So if the last couple years or so have made something apparent, it’s that white people love calling the police over bullshit. I think it’s up there with reruns of The Office and putting marshmallows
Becoming a Man
What I learned about masculinity from my father, my father-in-law and my own transition.
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Indiana Woman Arrested After Autopsy Reveals Her Baby Died of Meth Overdose From Breast Milk
She faces between 20 and 40 years in prison, if convicted.
‘Your Body Tells You When It’s Time to Go.’ Indiana State Employee Finally Retiring at 102
Bob Vollmer joined the Indiana Department of Natural Resources in 1962
2020 Democrats' Home Towns Resettled Only 0.22% of All Refugees in Last Decade
The four leading 2020 Democrats have demanded more refugee resettlement in American communities, but their own home towns have taken little-to-no refugees over the last decade.
Custom Portrait Magnets From Kit Atlas
Photo by Kit Atlas In our Featured Shop series, we shine a light on a standout shop from Etsy’s talented seller community, offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at their process and story. A
Indiana Asks Supreme Court to Uphold Parental Notice of Abortion Law
The attorney general of Indiana has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold a state law that requires parents to be notified when a minor obtains an abortion.
Pete Buttigieg fundraising surges amid attacks from Warren and Sanders
Buttigieg’s successful fundraising efforts have drawn criticism from Democratic 2020 candidates Warren and SandersThe final sprint: will any Democratic candidate excite voters?Pete Buttigieg is no
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Mom Arrested After Allegedly Finding Son Trapped Inside Washing Machine
A woman in Elwood, Indiana, was arrested recently after her five-year-old son was found trapped inside a washing machine filled with water in August.
Parents Walk Out of Public Meeting in Protest over Transgender Bathroom Policy
Parents walked out of a school meeting focused on gender identity after being barred from discussing a transgender bathroom policy.
Church says it wiped out over $5M in medical debt, but healthcare costs remain big-picture problem
Another holiday, another heartwarming yet depressing reminder that medical debt continues to plague the nation. Specifically, medical debt can debilitate some of the most low-income, at-need people in
Mom Allegedly Attacks Driver Who Killed Her Kids at Bus Stop
A mother allegedly attacked the driver Wednesday who killed her three children at a bus stop in Rochester, Indiana, last year.