At the board’s next meeting April 8, it’ll consider a resolution to join the Central Time Coalition, a statewide volunteer-run organization that wants to see all Indiana counties on Central Time.
A conference about climate change is coming to Notre Dame’s campus next month and the public is invited to attend.
Fairfield police have arrested a 55-year-old local man accused of throwing a sandwich at a McDonald’s employee because he did not like how it was made.
The qualitative gap between food advertising and the actual product raises all sorts of questions, not the least of which is, is it even the same stuff?
The Indiana Senate passed legislation Tuesday on a 38-9 vote that advocates believe could lead to the creation of the state’s own bourbon trail.
A disabled man was awarded $8,000 by Disneyland after the It’s A Small World ride broke, stranding him for 30 minutes while the theme song played on a loop.
John McCain, on a visit to the border town of Nogales, Ariz. with colleagues Chuck Schumer, Michael Bennet and Jeff Flake, bore witness, firsthand, to one of the challenges Congress will face as it attempts to craft immigration legislation: securing the border.
Surprise, surprise; Census Bureau data reveals that most U.S. families headed by illegal immigrants use taxpayer-funded welfare programs on behalf of their American-born anchor babies.Even before the recession, immigrant households with children used welfare programs at consistently higher rates than natives, according to the extensive census data collected and analyzed by a nonpartisanWashington D.C. group dedicated to researching legal and illegal immigration in the U.S.
Princeton professor Markus Prior has written a new academic paper that upends the conventional wisdom that partisan channels like Fox News and MSNBC are to blame for the rise in political partisanship.
Supporters of the 380 sheriffs in 15 states who so far have vowed to defy new state and federal gun control laws claim that legislation is starting to pop up around the nation to fire any state elected or appointed law enforcement official who doesn’t obey federal orders.
The US Department of Homeland Security has bought 360,000 rounds of hollow point bullets, in addition to over 1.5 billion rounds bought last year. Congress has questioned the purpose of the ammo, while the DHS claimed it bought in bulk to economize.
I’m not sure when or why it happened, but in the last few years, it seems society told parents they should stop being authority figures and role models in their kids’ lives, and start being their best friend who gave them money for things and didn’t ask questions.