The rains and storms bearing down on Indiana are playing havoc with the trick-or-treat schedule -- even for the top politician in the state.
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Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Ind., said Wednesday he has introduced legislation to give employers a bigger role in federal job-training programs.
Fort Wayne residents are relative penny-pinchers when it comes to giving money to federal election candidates.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal will keynote the 2013 Indiana Republican Party Fall Dinner on Nov. 25.
Gov. Mike Pence rolled up his sleeve Thursday for his annual flu shot -- and he didn't even wince.
Republican members of Indiana’s congressional delegation want to know how many Hoosiers seek medical insurance through the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
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Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Ind., was being tight-lipped Monday about his involvement with a bipartisan group of senators trying to arrange an agreement to fund and reopen the federal government.
Republican fundraisers are persistent if nothing else.
State agencies recently received a memo on cost-saving measures from the Indiana Office of Management and Budget that included guidance on spending federal funds first and not buying food or drinks for office gatherings.
Allen County Young Republicans will have a Second Amendment celebration on Saturday at a local shooting range.
Lots of politicos with no direct interest in the event schmoozed their way through the hour-long caucus, including several state reps and senators, former office holders and political insiders.
Warsaw lawyer David Kolbe has formed an exploratory committee for a possible run in the November election for the House District 22 seat currently held by Rep. Rebecca Kubacki, R-Syracuse.
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The Indiana American Legion honored Sen. Jim Banks, R-Columbia City, with the Distinguished Public Service Award at the organization's fall conference in Indianapolis over the weekend.
Political Notebook was asked whether Rep. Marlin Stutzman, R-3rd, is the first Hoosier to receive the “Worst Week in Washington” designation from Chris Cillizza, who writes The Fix, a column on government and politics, for the Washington Post.
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Rep. Marlin Stutzman, R-3rd, is among at least 91 members of Congress who have said they either will donate their pay to charity or have it withheld during the partial federal government shutdown, according to the Washington Post.