From a political perspective, the decade-long "Mitch Daniels era" has been devastating for Indiana Democrats.
In the three-way race for U.S. Senate, one candidate stands out as the kind of moderate Indiana needs.
INDIANAPOLIS | Both Democrat Joe Donnelly and Republican Richard Mourdock claimed victory following the first U.S. Senate debate Monday, which saw the candidates clash repeatedly on issues of policy and partisanship.
INDIANAPOLIS | Republican U.S. Senate candidate Richard Mourdock will report outraising Democrat Joe Donnelly by $700,000 in the second quarter, though neither candidate is saying how much money he has in the bank.
U.S. Sen. Dick Lugar — vanquished by age, longevity, barrel bottom congressional approval ratings and an aggressive opponent in Treasurer Richard Mourdock — seemed to be bridging a divided party when he took the stage shortly after 7 p.m. on Tuesday as the magnitude of the 61-39 percent land…
It hasn't been easy to find an effective political weapon to use against Sen. Dick Lugar, R-Ind., whose mission for decades has been to help neutralize weapons of mass destruction. But Lugar's opponents might have found a way to penetrate his armor.
On Thursday, the Obama for America campaign opened an office in Indiana, a state with a century-old love affair with the internal combustion engine. It is a state that any Republican will tell you is certain to return to the "red" Electoral College column next autumn.
Brian Howey's recent column about the U.S. Senate races proves once again that he will not allow the facts or journalistic ethics to get in the way of attacking Richard Mourdock and promoting his chosen candidate, Dick Lugar.
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Even before last Tuesday's municipal election, thoughts were turning to the 2012 election. There are some good races lining up for next year.
The head of Chrysler said Friday that the carmaker's two-class wage system has to go, potentially setting the stage for a fight over wages when all three U.S. automakers and their largest union head back to negotiating tables in 2015.
Chrysler's former Dodge truck division now carries a brand nameplate known by a single word: Ram.
Chrysler's late-model 300 sedan is an automotive success story that has turned heads and cars into driveways across America since its debut in 2005.
There is a particular pride associated with making things -- getting our hands dirty, putting the pieces together and ending up with a finished product -- that's the same as it's always been.
With 51 weeks to go to the 2012 U.S. Senate Republican primary, there are now two candidates targeting U.S. Sen. Dick Lugar: Republican state Treasurer Richard Mourdock and Democratic U.S. Rep. Joe Donnelly.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | An official from United Auto Workers international visited Ford Motor Co.'s Chicago Stamping Plant here Tuesday to talk with local union leaders and employees.
What's that phrase we keep hearing? Elections have consequences. Yes, that one.
Chrysler Group reinvents its Mopar brand at this year's Chicago Auto Show.
Hollis McNeil, who originally is from Hammond and now attends Columbia College in Chicago, examines the inside of a 2011 Ford Mustang on Thursday during Social Media Day at the Chicago Auto Show at McCormick Place in Chicago. The auto show opens to the public today and runs through Feb. 20.
Chrysler will have its coming-out party during the Chicago Auto Show.
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