On March 22, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel reached out the hand of peace by telephoning Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey to apologize. Often belligerent "Bibi" Netanyahu was making amends for the notorious incident in 2010, when Israeli armed forces boarded a Turkish shi…
Dan Brooks, Homewood | "The economy and getting it started. Get out of the Middle East with our troops. No matter what, we will still get our oil from them. Some stimulus for us here at home, and focus on matters here in our country."
It's amazing how the media have covered the dramatic events that occured in the Middle East.
In this political season we have the Republicans saying if they were in charge the anti-American attacks in the Mideast would not be happening. That may or may not be true, but the one thing I know is that enough is enough!
When 79 people died two weeks ago as a result of clashes following a soccer match in Egypt, people around the world were shocked and dismayed. Many might have wondered how could this happen, since soccer is a game based on teamwork and trust, allowing some of the world's best athletes to compete.
VALPARAISO | Monday morning is the deadline for the public to sign up to attend the Mayor's Government Ethics Roundtable luncheon at noon Wednesday at Valparaiso University's Harre Union.
Halloween has come and gone, but Nov. 23 could become scary, too. That's the deadline for the congressional "super committee" to report on how to trim the deficit by $1.5 trillion in the next decade.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | There were flashing cameras, tears and hugs Friday as a community gathered to send off the 713th Engineer Company at the Porter County Expo Center.
When President Barack Obama visited Indianapolis on May 6, state Sen. Earline Rogers, D-Gary, said she wants the president to visit Gary. After Thursday's speech on the Middle East, I started wondering what he would say about Northwest Indiana.
In the May 19 edition, The Times' Doug Ross, Mark Kiesling and Robert Blaszkiewicz tackle the latest political issues, including the flap over Nancy Adams' plane ride to Indianapolis, backlash over the Indiana Supreme Court's ruling on illegal police entry and President Obama's speech on the…
In the May 19 edition, The Times' Doug Ross, Mark Kiesling and Robert Blaszkiewicz discuss President Obama's speech on the Middle East and the peace process in Israel.
Instability in the Middle East, flooding in the American South, taxes, Osama and the summer fuel blend are playing a role in the unpredictability of gas prices. "It's a yo-yo," says Ariel Rivera, general manager of Hobart-based Luke Oil.
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