The anticipated lawsuit against Google could be the government’s biggest legal offensive to protect competition since the groundbreaking case against Microsoft almost 20 years ago.
A mental health services and addiction-treatment center planned for the city’s new Community Justice Campus will open years ahead of the new jail and courthouse facilities, Mayor Joe Hogsett announced Wednesday.
According to the complaint, First Merchants “engaged in unlawful redlining in Indianapolis by intentionally avoiding predominantly African-American neighborhoods because of the race of the people living in those neighborhoods.”
Several states—but not Indiana—moved to authorize online gambling after an Obama administration decision appeared to allow it. Now, the Justice Department is reversing that opinion.
The outcome almost certainly guarantees years of prison for Manafort and established the ability of special counsel Robert Mueller’s team to persuade a jury of average citizens despite months of partisan attacks — including from Trump — on the investigation’s integrity.
The Indiana Department of Insurance said it expects all 92 counties to be covered by the plans next year. The state has until Sept. 25 to approve them.
In an order that could undercut federal protections for LGBT people, Attorney General Jeff Sessions directed agencies Friday to do as much as possible to accommodate those who say their religious freedoms are being violated.
Circle City Outdoor has acquired 13 area billboards as a result of an antitrust arrangement seeking to keep the market competitive for advertisers.
No one is sure whether Anthem and the Justice Department can hash out a settlement before the federal case to block the insurer's $54 billion acquisition of Cigna Corp. goes to trial in November.