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  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 04/24

    A girl undergoes physical conditioning during a ballet training session at Feier Angel dance training centre in Beijing Saturday. About 100 girls, mostly between the ages of 3 and 7, learn ballet at the center.

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  • Tea party set to topple Sen. Richard Lugar. Could he try third-party run?

    Centrist Sen. Richard Lugar (R) of Indiana has been in office since 1977. Tea party-challenger Richard Mourdock has attacked him from the right and looks set to win Tuesday's GOP primary.

  • A different kind of hero

    His father played on a basketball team in the state finals. His son sets out to find the rest of the story.

  • Indiana braces for Wisconsin-style showdown over union bill - again

    Indiana Democrats are refusing to allow the state’s House to come to session because of the bill. They want Republicans to agree to hold public hearings on the issue around the state.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 04/24

    A girl undergoes physical conditioning during a ballet training session at Feier Angel dance training centre in Beijing Saturday. About 100 girls, mostly between the ages of 3 and 7, learn ballet at the center.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the day 01/20

    A robin feasts on berries during a snowstorm in Muncie, Ind.

  • In Pictures Midwest storms

    Clouds pass over Manteno, Ill., on Oct. 26, as a storm producing high winds passes through the area.

  • In Pictures Pumpkin patch

    Hudson Muller reaches for a pumpkin while crawling at the feet of his father, Matt, during the Harvest Festival at County Apple Orchard near Harrisburg, S.D., on Oct. 3.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 12/21

    A worker passes by the statue of Vladimir Lenin, abandoned in the backyard of the Mogosoaia Palace in Romania, on Monday. The statue was removed from a square in Bucharest in 1990. This week Romanians commemorate 20 years since communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu fled Bucharest during an uprising on Dec. 22 after ruling Romania for 25 years. More than a thousand people are reported to have lost their lives during the Romanian revolution.

  • Can Detroit go green?

    Can Detroit go green?

    In the race for the best green auto technology, Detroit is a slightly late entrant. But from battery innovation to re-training workers, the Motor City is going to give green a go.

  • Seven steps to reviving Michigan

    Seven steps to reviving Michigan

    Reliance on the beleaguered auto industry is out. But what to do? Economic sages weigh in.