A Democratic-aligned group at the center of an Indiana investigation into possible voter fraud said Thursday it focused on registering black residents of Indiana because the state had the nation's lowest overall voter turnout in 2014.
The Indianapolis-based NCAA is accusing the University of Louisville of four violations stemming from its investigation of allegations that a former men's basketball staffer hired escorts and strippers for sex parties with recruits and players.
A day after warning of potential voting fraud, Indiana's secretary of state acknowledged Wednesday that many of the thousands of altered registration forms she flagged might just be from residents rushing to correct their names or birth dates ahead of the election.
This is shaping up to be the most difficult sign-up season since HealthCare.gov launched in 2013. Premiums are going up sharply in many parts of the country, and some major insurers have exited the program, leaving consumers with fewer choices.
Millions of Social Security recipients and federal retirees will get a 0.3 percent increase in monthly benefits next year, the fifth year in a row that older Americans will have to settle for historically low or no raises.
Democratic former Sen. Evan Bayh and Republican Rep. Todd Young are set to face each other Tuesday evening in what could be their only debate during an increasingly nasty campaign for Indiana's open U.S. Senate seat.
With Donald Trump's path to electoral victory appearing increasingly narrow, Hillary Clinton is confidently advancing into states the Democrats haven't won in decades—including Indiana—as Trump attempts to focus attention on new allegations about the investigation into her email.