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There is no greater financial investment in one’s future than a college degree.
The public’s trust in the news media keeps dwindling. At the same time, Americans’ political polarization keeps increasing.
She went from working 70 hours a week managing an appliance store to working 24/7 without breaks or a vacation.
According to a recent Ball State University study, on average, the standard of living for Hoosiers is equivalent to living in 1996. Now, more than ever, we must incentivize students to obtain college degrees and help make them affordable.
Janell Burley Hofmann honored her 13-year-old son's "maturity and growth" at Christmas with his first iPhone, but it came with strings attached.
WASHINGTON | We're heavier in pounds and hotter by degrees than Americans of old. We're starting to snub our noses at distant suburbs after generations of burbs in our blood. Our roads and bridges are a mess. There are many more poor, and that's almost sure to get worse.
We live in in perhaps the wealthiest and most influential country in the history of civilization.
Mark Zuckerberg revolutionized the world with a singular dot com site. His invention has taken over people's daily lives. Slowly but surely, Facebook has grown into an Internet commodity that individuals can't live without. While on other websites, you can "like" a product, "share" an articl…
While none of us would want to turn the clock back on what technology has to offer, serious ethical and moral issues have risen with technology use in society. Everyone is scrambling on how to handle the misuse of technology.
Indiana officials went into this year's session of the Indiana General Assembly with a solid proposal for comprehensive sentencing reform. It is unfortunate that the plan died in the partisan free-for-all.
In 2006, Hoosier voters threw out three sitting congressmen. A year later, 15 incumbent mayors were defeated in the November general election as an aching symptom to the property tax crisis. In 2008, Barack Obama became the first Democrat to carry the state in a presidential election since 1…
"Shove it, buddy!" liberal talk show host Ed Schultz yelled at a caller to his radio program. When conservative pundit Glenn Beck decided to end a call to his own show, he shouted, "Get off my phone!"
Voter turnout is expected to be lower this year than in 2008. It's a midterm election, not a presidential year.
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