But President Donald Trump's plan to declare the opioid crisis a nationwide public health emergency will expand access to medical services in rural areas and shift some federal HIV money to help addicts, White House officials said Thursday.
Vice President Mike Pence is planning a torrent of campaign events across the county in the coming months, aiming to raise money for Donald Trump’s re-election, reward incumbents for tough votes and help former colleagues from his 12 years in Congress.
House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., vows that Republicans will complete tax reform this year despite myriad obstacles. But others are less optimistic.
Indiana lawmakers set a Friday deadline to reach an agreement on the state's next two-year budget. But the House and Senate still appear far apart on some key tax provisions.
A proposed $1 per-pack hike in Indiana's cigarette tax appears likely to fail for a second straight year, dismaying public health advocates.
A ruling by a U.S. appeals court in Chicago reopens the question of whether the 1964 Civil Rights Act's protections apply to LGBT workers in the same way they bar discrimination based on someone's race, religion or national origin.
The deal brokered by President Donald Trump to stem job losses at a Carrier Corp. factory in Indianapolis is unusual for the state of Indiana because it doesn’t involve job creation.
Republican leaders have abruptly pulled their troubled health care overhaul bill off the House floor, short of votes and eager to avoid a defeat for President Donald Trump and GOP leaders.
A review by The Associated Press found Seema Verma and her small Indianapolis-based firm made millions through consulting agreements with at least nine states while also working under contract for Hewlett Packard.
On Thursday, Indiana legislators will begin debating a proposed law that could eventually eliminate much of the financial benefit Indiana homeowners, businesses and even some churches currently reap harvesting the sun's rays.
The Indiana GOP is facing a public relations challenge as it tries to sell a plan to raise road funding that would increase the state’s fuel tax while charging an additional $15 for vehicle registration.
Much has changed in recent decades to reduce the ability of White House leaders from wielding undue influence when it comes to helping individual states.
There’s a reality to perennial promises to clean up Washington, D.C.: No one, even those knee-deep in it, considers himself or herself to be part of “the swamp.”
Those pledging to cut federal taxes to boost the economy might consider looking first at lessons learned in GOP-controlled states, such as Indiana, that adopted similar strategies, only to see growth falter or budget gaps widen.
President-elect Donald Trump continues to own or control some 500 companies that make up the Trump Organization, creating a tangle of potential conflicts of interest without precedent in modern U.S. history.
Former Indiana Sen. Dan Coats, in line to be national intelligence director, has swung back and forth between government service and lobbying, the type of Washington career that President-elect Donald Trump has mocked.
Republicans are united on repealing President Barack Obama's health care law, but ideologically and practically speaking, they're in different camps over replacing it.
A majority of single-parent households in America could pay more in taxes under president-elect Donald Trump’s proposals, while the richest 1 percent could see a 13.5 percent decrease in taxes.
Putting Indiana in their likely win column was a major coup for Democrats in this year’s costly fight for Senate control. Republicans command a slim 54-46 majority, and Democrats need to pick up four seats to take back power if they hang onto the White House.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is the Trump campaign’s happy warrior, delighting in telling cheering audiences that Donald Trump won’t “tiptoe around” the rules of political correctness.