This Catholic School Fired a Gay Teacher During Pride Month
Cathedral High School in Indianapolis decided to fire a gay gym teacher rather than risk losing funding from the archdiocese.
Breitbart, Stormfront, and Shapiro: How Man Convicted of Painting Swastikas on Synagogue Says He Got Radicalized
He and his wife drove 50 miles across Indiana to paint huge swastikas on a synagogue and scorch its grounds.
Cutting through the Mayor Pete hype
He's not universally beloved in the LGBTQ community.
Hemp Is Good, but Probably Won't Save America's Struggling Farmers
Experts worry that hemp advocates have overhyped its potential as a cash crop.
Indiana Republican who employs hundreds of teens wants to roll back child labor laws
The ski resort he runs employs as many as 400 minors, according to the Indianapolis Star.
States are trying to pass hate crime laws that protect trans people, the homeless — and cops
"One of the biggest differences this year is the unprecedented support we are receiving for enacting a hate crimes law."
Community Food Box Pops Up in Front of 'Gentrifying' Restaurant in Indianapolis
Just last month, the Indianapolis restaurant Beholder hosted a $1,000-per-person fried chicken dinner.
A guide to all the Election Day voting problems
Long lines, technical problems, and voter ID laws prevented some voters from casting ballots.
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Trump Is Screwing Over the People Who Got Him Elected
He sold himself as the champion of the downtrodden, but isn't doing anything to alleviate the economic misery he spoke about in 2016.
Siblings Helped Cops Arrest Their Mom in a Crazy Camping Trip Murder Case
A 1988 murder looks like it's finally been solved after two kids said their mom made them cover her (and her boyfriend's) bloody tracks.
Sweet Baby Jesus Detained by US in Church’s Protest
Happy Fourth of July!
The Things I Can’t Ask My Mother
A story of love, addiction, gay marriage, and forgiveness.