Some of the congressman's former colleagues gathered last night to celebrate Hamilton’s four decades in politics.
A group of 27 governors wants the federal government to suspend the program until it completes an "exhaustive review of all security measures."
This week on Noon Edition we'll speak with experts on the Syrian refugee crisis, and Gov. Mike Pence's recent decision to turn away Syrian families.
The proposed bill would allow police to collect DNA off of anyone arrested for a felony.
Letters sent to refugee resettlement organizations indicate at least two Syrian families are being impacted by the governor's decision.
College students at IU and Purdue are engaging with their respective administrations to outline issues with the racial climate on campus.
A spokesperson for Gov. Pence says the call did not change his position on Syrian refugee resettlement.
Mayor Kruzan says the tone of the building changed toward the bleak with the announcement of how many people will not return with the new administration.
The vigil served as a way to honor the victims of the attacks and talk about ways to fight terrorism.
The Senate GOP bill includes protection from discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
We spoke with Sumit Ganguly, Director of Indiana University's Center For American And Global Security, about Gov. Mike Pence's decision.