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Our Interview With Mike Hot-Pence

President Donald Trump impersonators are in high demand right now. From Alec Baldwin to John Di Domenico, all comers angle to embody the out-sized personality of our imminently imitable 45th president. Nailing Vice President Mike Pence’s subtler traits, though, has proved difficult. Saturday Night Live’s Beck Bennett attempted Pence’s smooth-talking “America’s Stepdad!” last October, but […]

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Butler University Course Offers In-Depth Study of Trump Election

A new front in the resistance to Donald J. Trump’s presidency has sprung up in the backyard of his own vice president. A new fall course at Butler University will explore the election of the 45th president despite the campaign’s media blunders and perceived negative rhetoric. The course will also examine “strategies for resistance.” “Trumpism […]

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The Terre Haute Experiment

“It’s the United States’ first political prison.”

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Ask Me Anything: Pete Buttigieg

The Democrats’ rising star talks about serving in a war zone, coming out of the closet, and how serving as mayor of South Bend sometimes feels as if it were ripped from the script of “The Wire.”

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Will Trump Have a Hoosier in His Cabinet?

While we’re not likely to see Indianapolis executive Steve Hilbert named as President-Elect Trump’s Under Secretary of Commerce for Self-Tanning, the incoming administration seems to be taking on a decidedly Hoosier glow.

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The Unblinding: Has Lilly Solved the Alzheimer’s Puzzle?

Statistician Hong Liu-Seifert will emerge from The Cave knowing the outlook for a $90 billion company—what high-level executives are calling a “binary” event that could result in bringing a drug to market by 2018, and windfall profits; or another blow to the field of Alzheimer’s research.

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The Mind Trust’s Long Road to School Revolution

A local nonprofit has made Indy a national model for education reform—gaining unprecedented power along the way. But behind every success the group’s approach has helped fund lies a debate: Should outside parties have this much influence on public schools?

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A System Reboot for Child Pornography Detectives

A crew of Hoosiers revolutionized the way authorities investigate child pornography crimes all over the world.

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No, Really—Pence Could Be Trump’s VP Pick

If Pence is chosen, next Wednesday through Friday could become three of the most interesting days in the history of Indiana politics, setting off a ‘Game of Thrones’–like power scramble within the state GOP.

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Speed Read on Indy’s Coworking Culture

Gone are the days of staking out a spot, Land Rush–style, in a cramped coffee shop and taking conference calls in the bathroom. Here, a guide to navigating Indy’s hottest new coworking spaces.

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Driving Forces: Danger and Safety at the Indy 500

The race and related on-track activities have claimed the lives of at least 54 drivers, mechanics, IMS workers, and spectators since 1911. But innovation in safety procedures and technology have tempered the tragedy.

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Mistakes Were Made: 9 Biggest Gaffes of the Indiana Primary

Indiana’s once-in-a-lifetime moment in the political sun has had a way humbling all five presidential candidates, as we’ve welcomed them into our watering holes, pancake houses, ice cream shops, and gymnasiums.

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Trump to Indy: “I think I have a lot of voters in this room”

“I told my people I wanted to go to Indiana,” Trump told an estimated 3,000 attendees gathered in the half-full pavilion. “Indiana is going to be very important.”

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Carmel’s Shortage of Low-Income Housing is About to Get Worse

“You want your latte,” says one Carmel resident. “You want your dry cleaning in 24 hours. If you want to keep service workers for these things, they have to be able to live here.”

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Quick Guide to Indy Eleven Fandom

The Indy Eleven are, oddly enough, huge in Germany.

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