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More than a dozen Midwesterners shared with Business Insider what shocked them when they left their homes in Kansas, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, and elsewhere.
Student and teacher injured, suspect in custody after shooting at middle school in Noblesville, Indiana, police say
Authorities responded to reports of an active shooter at the Noblesville West Middle School in Indiana on Friday. A suspect is in custody, the Noblesville Fire Department tweeted.
President Trump and Vice President Pence are going to be hitting one of the most vulnerable Democratic senators up for re-election in hard in the coming weeks, hitting the campaign trail to stump for Mike Braun, the Republican nominee in Indiana tasked with unseating incumbent Sen. Joe Donnelly.
A routine traffic stop escalated quickly.
Gregory Pence, Vice President Mike Pence's older brother, said he used to call his little brother "Bubbles," because he was "chubby and funny."
President Donald Trump threatened to campaign against a vulnerable Indiana Democrat, Sen. Joe Donnelly, if he votes against the GOP's tax plan.
Republicans hired a mariachi band to harass ‘Mexico Joe’ Donnelly at Indiana Senate race campaign stop
In what is gearing up to be an eventful and contentious senate race in Indiana, a mariachi band has been added to the mix.
Now, she's working alongside the very people who locked her up.
Chuck Jones, the president of the United Steelworkers Local 1999 union, took aim at Donald Trump on Thursday for attacking him the night before.
‘We do feel forgotten’: About 1,300 Carrier company employees will still lose their jobs, despite Trump’s deal
Carrier's parent company is still going forward with its plan to close another plant and outsource jobs to Mexico.