Labor Day weekend signals the end of summer for some, the start of college football for others and the political campaign season for all.
July was a blitz of guest commentaries from the governor’s State Board of Education and his “shadow department of education” (known as the Center for Education and Career Innovation) appointees to influence the public that Glenda Ritz is the problem and not them.
Gov. Mike Pence spokeswoman, Kara Brooks:
The Affordable Healthcare Act has dominated the news in Northwest Indiana – and everywhere else in the country – but there has been little substantive change so far. That may change in the coming year. While Indiana and many of its lawmakers stand against the expansion of Medicaid, many busi…
A reader wrote that Times reporter Dan Carden is making Republicans look bad.
"To the victor belongs the spoils." - This famous quote from former New York Sen. William L. Marcy has been ringing true in our political system for generations.
The Time's Dan Carden is supposed to be a reporter but uses every opportunity to make the Republican Party look bad.
The cat and mouse game of Mike Pence and the "moral" issues that have been a virtual trademark of his meteoric political career are now beginning to come forward in his gubernatorial campaign against Democrat John Gregg.
Now that the autocratic Pat Bauer has been deposed as leader of the Indiana House Democratic caucus, the Democrats can start to repair their reputation as an anti-progress party.
This could be, and should be, the year for Indiana to finally adopt a ban on smoking in public places.
Hear Times Statehouse reporter Dan Carden talk about what's left to do at the General Assembly before it adjourns for the year March 9 at 7 a.m. Tuesday on WJOB-AM 1230.
LONDON | Wembley Stadium may be 3,940 miles from Soldier Field, but when mascot Staley Da Bear led Chicago's NFL team out of the tunnel and onto the field Sunday, the roar of the crowd was as loud near the River Thames as it is beside Lake Michigan.
INDIANAPOLIS | Forty years ago today, President Richard Nixon froze all wages and prices for three months and permanently ended the convertibility of dollars to gold to cope with an economic crisis.
Griffith's efforts to withdraw from Calumet Township because of its high costs should be instructive not just for Griffith's plight but for local government reform efforts in Indiana.
INDIANAPOLIS | Secretary of State Charlie White will remain in office after surviving a challenge to his electoral eligibility.
So now we finally know where Danny Glover stands on the standoff in Indianapolis over labor issues, and I can sleep easier.
After the Indiana General Assembly redraws legislative boundaries this spring, U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky, D-Merrillville, will represent 710,767 people.
INDIANAPOLIS | Indiana's Education Roundtable endorsed changes to teacher evaluation and compensation systems Wednesday, giving Gov. Mitch Daniels and state schools Superintendent Tony Bennett momentum for sweeping educational reform in the upcoming legislative session.
INDIANAPOLIS | A former Highland-based attorney who bilked a non-English speaking client out of $24,000 has been suspended from practicing law for at least three years.
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