The Next Level Teacher Compensation Commission is tasked with conducting research, receiving feedback and providing a report to Gov. Eric Holcomb and state lawmakers before the 2021 legislative session.
A state representative who posted nooses under a Facebook story about a black man pleading guilty to rape is drawing criticism for using racist imagery.
The leader of the Indiana National Guard is stepping down days after a former contract worker accused him of retaliating against her for reporting his alleged affair with a subordinate.
Spectacle Entertainment CEO and Chairman Rod Ratcliff flew Gov. Eric Holcomb and his wife to two Republican Governors Association meetings in 2018—one in July in Aspen, Colorado and one in November in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Dr. George Rapp, an orthopedic surgeon and humanitarian, is this year’s recipient of the Sachem Award.
Indiana’s inspector general is fighting state Attorney General Curtis Hill’s effort to subpoena records from her investigation into allegations that he drunkenly groped four women at a bar last year.
Mayor Joe Hogsett and the Department of Public Works on Thursday announced a plan to spend about $450,000 that has been collected by scooter companies since last year on so-called “neighborways” in Indianapolis.
The U.S. Department of Justice on Tuesday opened a sweeping antitrust investigation of major technology companies and whether their online platforms have hurt competition, suppressed innovation or otherwise harmed consumers.
Indiana’s legislative leaders have hired an outside attorney to represent the General Assembly in a federal lawsuit alleging that state Attorney General Curtis Hill drunkenly groped four women.
President Trump and senior administration officials met with CEOs from Alphabet Inc.’s Google, Broadcom Inc., Cisco Systems Inc., Intel Corp., Micron Technology Inc., Western Digital Corp. and Qualcomm Inc. on Monday.
President Donald Trump and congressional leaders announced Monday a critical debt and budget agreement that’s an against-the-odds victory for Washington, D.C., pragmatists seeking to avoid political and economic tumult
The agreement on an outline for $1.3 trillion in agency spending would represent a win for lawmakers eager to return Washington to a more predictable path amid political turmoil and polarization.
During his speech Thursday night at the Young Democrats of America National Convention in Indianapolis, South Bend Mayor and presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg tried to draw attention to Republican policies that he says haven’t worked.
Lawyers for Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill argue that allegations he drunkenly groped a state lawmaker and three legislative staffers during a party don’t meet the legal standard of a misuse of power.
Big Tech faced tough questions Tuesday as federal lawmakers focused on issues of potentially anticompetitive behavior by technology giants and expressed bipartisan skepticism over Facebook’s plan for a new digital currency.
The $50 million project, which Gov. Eric Holcomb has suggested be funded through the state’s reserves, would demolish most of the existing structure and replace it with a new 170,000-square-foot, climate-controlled facility that will be called the Fall Creek Pavilion.
Facebook has said it’s eyeing next year for the launch of Libra, which has drawn the ire of skeptical lawmakers, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and President Donald Trump.
An electric vehicle startup has halted plans to start production at a northern Indiana factory and hire more than 450 workers.
Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta said Friday he is resigning following renewed scrutiny of his handling of a 2008 secret plea deal with wealthy financier Jeffrey Esptein , who is accused of sexually abusing dozens of underage girls.
The American Federation of Teachers filed a federal lawsuit, alleging that the Education Department has mismanaged the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program that was created in 2007. Just 1% of more than 86,000 applications had been approved for loan forgiveness as of March 31.