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Indiana, US chambers of commerce reaffirm endorsements for Todd Young

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The Indiana Chamber reaffirmed its endorsement for the Senate bid of Congressman Todd Young Monday.Read more

Trump-Pence campaign opens Carmel office

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"We are 73 days and 8 hours away from the great victory for all the American people, and it's going to go straight through the state of Indiana."Read more

Holcomb won’t have access to most of Pence war chest 

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For reasons that remain murky and muted by remnants of Gov. Mike Pence’s reelection campaign, no further direct money will end up in the coffers of Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb for his bid to keep the office in Republican hands. Read more

Heartland Project: Hoosiers on the race for Governor

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"Old National Road" (Highway 40) has become a bridge from yesterday to tomorrow, so we used it as a barometer for the current race for Governor.Read more

Mom says 12-year-old runs local Colorado Trump effort

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Is a 12-year-old really running Republican Donald Trump's presidential campaign in Jefferson County, Colorado?Read more

GOP subpoenas firms that ran Clinton's private email server

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Congressional Republicans have issued subpoenas to three technology companies that either made or serviced the private email server that Hillary Clinton used while she was secretary of state.Read more

Indiana road funding panel might have private meetings

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Leaders of a state committee reviewing how to pay for future Indiana road improvements say they might work on its proposal during private meetings.Read more

Pence draws rave reviews from inside GOP

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With the Olympics drawing to a close, the race for the White House will be back in the main spotlight Monday, and Indiana governor Mike Pence is drawing rave reviews for his role on the Republican ticket.Read more

Cities calling for change in Indiana redistricting

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The Anderson City Council has become the sixth Indiana municipal legislative body to pass a resolution calling for a citizen panel to take over the drawing of district lines for seats in the U.S. Congress and the General Assembly.Read more

Attorneys argue Indiana death penalty unconstitutional

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Attorneys for a man who faces charges in the deaths of seven women have argued in court filings that the state of Indiana's death penalty law is unconstitutional.Read more

Taking heat, US officials defend $400M cash payment to Iran

Taking heat, US officials defend $400M cash payment to Iran

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The Obama administration on Friday defended its decision to make a $400 million cash delivery to Iran contingent on the release of American prisoners, saying the payment wasn't ransom.Read more

Judge orders Clinton to answer questions on email use

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A federal judge has ordered Hillary Clinton to answer questions in writing from a conservative legal advocacy group about her use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state.Read more