Pence said Sunday the incoming administration believes there is "no evidence of impact on voting machines."
President-elect Donald Trump held his first press conference since July on Wednesday. Reporters from NPR provide fact checking and context.
Coats is a conservative who spent nearly two decades representing Indiana in Congress, from 1981 to 1999, serving in both the House and Senate.
Indiana’s $2 billion gaming industry is waiting to see what a Donald Trump presidency will mean for casinos throughout the state.
The appointments include one man who kept a lucrative state lobbying contract while he also had a paid position with the Republican presidential campaign.
U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly says he doesn’t feel added pressure as the leader of the Indiana Democratic Party after its substantial losses.
Pence Tuesday visited an Indianapolis homeless shelter, where he made remarks about President-elect Donald Trump.
Higher U.S. taxes on Chinese steel imports could make China chooser to buy fewer American products, including those from Indiana.
Indiana electors have always voted for their party, and this year was no different.
At a press conference, United Steelworkers President Chuck Jones said the group wants to work with Trump to save 550 more Carrier jobs.