A proposal by a Democratic lawmaker to create a voluntary paid-family leave insurance program has a Republican co-sponsor this year—and maybe a chance to become law.
Where are the leaders who put country ahead of Republican or Democratic talking points?
Eliminating information in print makes it too easy for governments to hide.
An end-of-year puzzle to keep you sharp as the calendar turns to 2019.
New digital offerings and expanded coverage are in the works as we wrap up the year.
Legislature should view all matters that come before it in 2019 through a human-capital lens.
The automaker is simply doing what companies do in a free-market economy.
Aasif Bade is tackling big developments and big community problems, just like my mentor.
This year’s Charles L. Whistler Award winner joins a long list of those who’ve put community service first.
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Its purchase by Novartis will richly reward those who stuck with the cancer-drug startup.
Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana and IBJ partnered this month to share the urgency of hunger and its many side effects.
Collaboration between school district, business leaders is how problem-solving is supposed to work.
I’ll learn to like winter if the snow keeps the pesky two-wheelers out of harms way.
Our democracy has a process for dealing with presidents who are unfit for office.
The commissioning, a ceremonial joining of a ship and her namesake, will mark the official entry of the USS Indiana to the Navy’s fleet. The submarine will be given a grand send-off as she joins the world’s most powerful Navy.