Obama’s new tax initiative supposedly targets millionaires, but he is also proposing limits to deductions and exclusions for families making $250,000 or more. That would hurt average, hardworking families living in high-cost regions.
09/26/2011 12:37 pm
In Pictures State fairs
The Indiana State Fair re-opened Monday morning with a memorial service, honoring the five victims who lost their lives and dozens more who were injured following Saturday night's stage collapse.
08/15/2011 03:39 pm
With the economy barely growing and investors bailing out of corporate stocks, the US job market isn't exactly sizzling. But conditions vary by region, with some metro areas showing substantial improvement over the past year, according to the Labor Department. Here are the five large metro areas with the lowest unemployment rates combined with unemployment that is down at least half a percentage point over last year.
08/05/2011 03:24 pm
In Pictures Daring dogs
NFL lockout forces at least seven teams to cut payrolls, either through furloughs or salary reductions, until NFL lockout ends. Some owners stand by NFL workers.
06/14/2011 12:28 pm
Lauren Spierer went missing last week after a night out with friends. Underage drinking may have been involved.
06/11/2011 12:19 am
An Indiana law that prevents Medicaid dollars from going to Planned Parenthood, an abortion provider, runs afoul of Medicaid law, the Obama administration says. A long legal battle could be ahead, with other states watching to see if they can follow suit.
06/03/2011 08:45 pm
Cheri Daniels, first lady of Indiana, usually keeps a low political profile. But as Gov. Mitch Daniels weighs a presidential run, all eyes will be on her Thursday as she speaks before the state GOP.
05/12/2011 02:32 pm
On Monday, he doled out four one-on-one interviews with local TV station anchors. In the 2008 campaign, he used new media to build his national movement.
04/19/2011 08:47 pm