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Why one family moved from Indiana to Arizona to Indiana again
… and now plans to move back to Arizona.
"These folks are caught in a trap" by tariffs, U.S. representative says
Jackie Walorski from Indiana's 2nd District led an analysis of the tariff exemption process.
Tax cuts: Have they benefited Indiana's economy?
During an Indiana rally on Thursday night, President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence praised their administration's work, including the 2017 tax bill.
African-Americans are leaving Chicago for a better quality of life in neighboring Indiana
Issues with schools, a stagnant job market and affordability have driven 12,000 blacks from Cook County in the last year.
Why Donald Trump is going after union leader Chuck Jones on Twitter
Jones has been a critic of Trump's deal to save jobs in Indianapolis.
Trump's Carrier deal “is not policy," experts say
Details are still unclear, and it may not be replicable.
Welfare's role in alternative to abortion programs
Indiana and other states support crisis pregnancy centers with federal welfare money.
Indiana's manufacturing troubles were good for Trump
The Hoosier state is built on manufacturing. Layoffs fed into the populist tone of this election, even though the sector is healthy.
How discrimination fits into the business model
Businesses can bounce unwanted customers, but not whole classes of customers.
The risks of being an activist CEO
Apple's Tim Cook planted a flag on gay rights on Monday, raising the ire of some shareholders.