The case against the former star Merrill Lynch broker centered on his practice of keeping clients in commission-based accounts even as the securities industry moved toward fee-based accounts, which in many cases were cheaper for clients.
If the legislation passes, it could be a rare bipartisan policy achievement for this Congress and the largest criminal sentencing overhaul in decades.
The bitterly polarized U.S. Senate narrowly confirmed Brett Kavanaugh to join the Supreme Court, a decision that could swing the court rightward for a generation.
City officials and business are already considering how Market East Cultural District and the neighborhood of Twin Aire will change when courts-related public employees move in 2022.
Judge Sarah Evans Barker ruled Thursday that the consent decree was entered into by all of the parties in a lawsuit that resulted in the agreement, including the Marion County Election Board.
David Mazanowski, founder and former CEO of the Fishers-based landscaping firm Mainscape Inc., was the fifth and final person to be sentenced in the $19 million kickback scheme involving Indiana nursing homes.
Senate Republicans are pledging a swift confirmation process that would put Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on the bench before the new term opens Oct. 1—and there is little Democrats can do to stop them.
The Indiana Transportation Museum had asked the court to issue a preliminary injunction allowing it another 18 to 24 months before it had to exit its longtime home at Forest Park.
James Burkhart, who pleaded guilty to fraud, will be sentenced June 27 in federal court. His lawyers are asking for a four-year sentence.
In the scheme, a husband and wife would assume false identities and scam consumer electronics from Amazon, prosecutors said. They would sell the goods to an associate, often in parking lots in Indianapolis.
Ensuring the $572 million criminal justice center connects with the surrounding neighborhood and doesn’t sit isolated presents a big challenge for project planners and community leaders.
Retired Marion Superior Court Judge Patricia Gifford, known for her composed effectiveness while presiding over the Mike Tyson rape trial, has died at age 79.
Dissenters have raised concerns about property values in nearby upscale neighborhoods being hurt by additional traffic and calls to prayer disturbing the peace.
A federal appeals court in New York on Monday became the second in the country to declare that U.S. anti-discrimination law protects employees from being fired over their sexual orientation. The decision could set the stage for an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Seventeen other judges are scheduled for a new process for selecting and retaining Indianapolis judges that gets under way next month.
The former sports doctor whose serial sexual abuse of girls and young women has shaken the gymnastics world was sentenced Monday to a third prison term—this one 40 to 125 years—for molesting athletes at a Michigan gymnastics club.
A Marion Superior Court judge has ruled in favor of a North Carolina developer, after a neighborhood resident challenged his plans to build the project.
The resignations of chairman Paul Parilla, vice chairman Jay Binder and treasurer Bitsy Kelley were announced Monday while a judge in Michigan heard a fifth day of statements from women and girls who said they were molested by Larry Nassar.
In addition to having their say about the doctor who assaulted them, victims also criticized two places that employed him: Michigan State University and Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics.
Former Indiana Department of Child Services Director Mary Beth Bonaventura plans to join the Indiana Attorney General’s Office as special counsel Monday, a move that comes about a month after she resigned from her DCS post.