Now that Trump has claimed Pence on the national ticket, who will replace him here in Indiana?
President George W. Bush’s former budget director is calling out Donald Trump on the billionaire’s recent claim that if he were elected president, he could slash $19 trillion in national debt in eight years.
Daniels eight years ago first proposed moving the presidential primary up, but his ideas never gained much traction in the Indiana General Assembly because a February or March primary would fall smack dab in the middle of the legislative session.
The former governor who considered running for president will be part of a Q&A and panel discussion at Purdue University, where he is now president.
Indiana Economic Development Corp. President Jim Schellinger said state officials realized early on that the Dow-DuPont merger could have wiped out some of the best jobs in Indianapolis.
Free Enterprise Indiana is Bill Oesterle’s new political action committee. It will support economy-focused Republican candidates through election cycles.
Purdue University is taking the next step toward a controversial program in which students could get financial help for school from so-called investors in exchange for some of their future earnings.
James Morris, vice chairman of Pacers Sports & Entertainment, has been chosen for the biennial prize. As part of the honor, he will recommend a recipient for a $100,000 grant.
Angie’s List CEO Bill Oesterle, a Mitch Daniels confidant who strongly opposed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, is well-positioned for a run at Gov. Mike Pence’s seat, observers said Wednesday.
Purdue University President Mitch Daniels, who called for a truce on social issues while Indiana's governor, said people are "heartsick" over the controversy that has erupted over the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
The appointment of Purdue University President Mitch Daniels to the Commission on Presidential Debates raises the question of whether the university would bid to host one of the debates for the 2016 race.
The Indiana education overhaul associated with Tony Bennett and then-Gov. Mitch Daniels actually was crafted in private by a handful of state GOP bigwigs, including Al Hubbard, Mark Miles and Mark Lubbers, according to emails obtained by the Associated Press. Elected officials weren’t included for months.
When the governor discovered the board of education had changed the state's textbook rules to allow Bill Bennett's book, he quickly asked how soon his advisers could get copies of "The Last Best Hope" in classrooms.
Purdue University President Mitch Daniels said Wednesday he never tried to quash academic freedom while serving as Indiana’s governor and criticized an Associated Press report citing emails in which he opposed use of a book by anti-war activist Howard Zinn.
Emails obtained by The Associated Press through a Freedom of Information Act request show Daniels requested that historian and anti-war activist Howard Zinn's writings be banned from classrooms and asked for a "cleanup" of college courses.
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