A plan to move U.S. Department of Agriculture researchers out of Washington, D.C., has thrown two small but influential science agencies into upheaval. Indiana is one of three finalists to land the agencies.
The vote, completed at Gannett's annual meeting, amounted to a rejection—possibly the final one—of Alden's attempt to acquire Gannett through a hostile takeover launched in January by its Media News Group unit.
The deal involving 21 networks adds to a growing sports portfolio for Baltimore-based Sinclair Broadcasting Group, which earlier this year announced a partnership with the Chicago Cubs to form Marquee Sports Network.
Pete Buttigieg has become a force in the Democratic presidential race, but in South Carolina—where the black voters who constituted about 60% of the party's primary turnout in 2016 value familiarity and tradition—he faces challenges.
Indiana's Rep. Susan Brooks said it would be "worrisome" if Trump were to remove Coats as director of national intelligence. And Sen. Mike Braun of Indiana said he seems no indication a change is coming.
The president has never seen Coats—the nation's top intelligence official and a former senator from Indiana—as a close or trusted adviser, sources told The Washington Post. But Trump has become more frustrated with him in recent weeks over public statements that Trump sees as undercutting his policy goals.