While other cities struggle, we’re making ambitious moves.
This month, IBJ asked the candidates running for Indianapolis mayor—Democrat incumbent Joe Hogsett and Republican Jefferson Shreve—what their vision is for Monument Circle and the surrounding areas. Also, Deborah Daniels writes that the Justice Department is not being weaponized, despite some Republicans saying differently, and Rep. Ed DeLaney ponders why Republicans are holding a Gubernatorial primary when they could just have an auction.
Once Spark concludes, it’s time to roll up the artificial turf and allow cars and more people to circulate around the Circle again.
In addition to saving lives, there is an economic benefit to making Indianapolis more walkable.
Targeting drivers who turn on red is not a guarantee to keep pedestrians safe.
Would the no-turn-on-red policies have prevented all of that death, injury and trauma? No.
Unlike with international terrorism, there is no federal statute against domestic terrorism.
I know FBI Director Chris Wray from earlier days in the Justice Department, and he is a man of unassailable integrity.
Kennedy is a purveyor of fringe science that extends outrageously beyond vaccine-related issues.
His greatest accomplishment was the creation of a community college system, but he should also be remembered for deft handling of the budget crisis created by 9/11
It appears to some there are efforts underway to make this race about one candidate.
We will be electing a president every four years, but who knows how long your family will be with you?
Based on recent actions, it doesn’t appear they want this for everyone, only for themselves.
Indiana adults with a bachelor’s degree earn $1 million more in their career lifetime than do adults with only a high school diploma.
Whether or not you like Jimmy Buffett’s music, he will be missed by many of us, for many reasons, not all of which can be translated into words.
Skyrocketing housing prices and the increasing ability to work from anywhere appear to be the main roots of the trend.
Getting rid of the income tax would leave a 38% hole in the state budget, or a tad bit more than $7.5 billion per year.
While there are plenty of reasons to lament the direction of Indianapolis, civic entrepreneurs like these inspire hope.
The simple fact is that the Indiana Republican Party is built on two pillars: wealthy donors and ideologically driven voters.
Most important, zakat remains an interpersonal and communal practice that is nourished by direct relationships.
In my still-growing business, I learn something every day.
I can confidently predict that a third-party candidate will never win the presidency.
In America, we would rather pretend the atrocities committed against Black people weren’t all that bad to make us feel better.
Elections are about choices, and I would choose an incoherent Biden over Trump every day of the week.
Our ‘great experiment’ is fragile.
The Nineteenth Amendment finally granting all women the right to vote was ratified on Aug. 18, 1920.