LAPORTE | A staff member of U.S. Sen. Dan Coats, R-Ind., will visit LaPorte on Thursday to meet with local residents and assist those experiencing problems with any federal agency.
It was a simple but troubling question for U.S. Sen. Dan Coats. “Could Baghdad fall to ISIS?”
A staffer for U.S. Sen. Dan Coats, R-Ind, will be available in Lake and Newton counties Tuesday to meet with Northwest Indiana residents needing assistance with federal government issues.
Here’s a viewing assignment: A July edition of the PBS Frontline series titled “Losing Iraq.”
Over the next decade, more than half of America’s economic growth is expected to come from the fields of science and technology.
Thirteen years ago today, the world was transfixed and transformed by the hijacked jetliners that crashed into the Twin Towers in New York City, the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., and a farm field in Pennsylvania. Our world was forever changed.
There are those who say the Indiana right-to-work law would be better named the right-to-work-for-less law.
Hotly contested races in Illinois, Ohio and Kentucky are producing voter annoyance and fatigue in Indiana, including in the region, providing a ceiling for both parties working to parlay their work in 2014 into gains in 2016.
The words came from the lips of Sgt. Matthew Tiblow of Hobart, stationed with the Indiana National Guard 76th Infantry in Kuwait in 2008.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mike Pence wants the 245 unaccompanied child immigrants recently placed with Indiana relatives or sponsors sent back across the nation's southern border as soon as possible.
Any illusions I had about the progressive nature of the Vladimir Putin’s Russian regime quickly dissipated when I returned to my Moscow Grand Marriott room in August 2007. Upon opening the door, I was greeted with the spectacle of my papers and note pads strewn about the room. It was clear t…
It's not often that a senator is congratulated for being reduced to tears, but it happened Wednesday to U.S. Sen. Dan Coats.
The American flag has accompanied our armed forces into battle since the Revolutionary War. It has been draped over the coffins of heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice. Old Glory has been present at the liberation of oppressed peoples and stitched on the uniforms of those delivering life-s…
Politicians and organizations, including some from Indiana, issued comments of support and of disappointment following a Supreme Court ruling regarding contraceptive coverage.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has finally revealed plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions that could be devastating for Indiana.
U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki is under increasing pressure to resign or, better yet, immediately improve the treatment of U.S. veterans.
As the federal government is forced to reduce spending, community and faith-based organizations are increasingly filling the void.
INDIANAPOLIS | The state's two U.S. senators are seeking assurances that Hoosier veterans have not been unduly forced to wait for care at Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers.
INDIANAPOLIS | Hoosiers today know Dan Coats as their U.S. senator, but nine years ago his informal title was far more exotic — Sherpa.
INDIANAPOLIS | U.S. Sen. Dan Coats, R-Ind., condemned the Department of Veterans Affairs on Monday, claiming the federal agency is plagued by a culture of mismanagement and indifference to veterans' needs.
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