The majority of Indiana's House delegation voted against a key measure of President Obama's trade deal.
A judge has granted the request of 26 states, including Indiana, to halt President Obama's executive action on immigration.
The bill, which the president has threatened to veto, will soon head to Obama's desk.
He says he also wants to know how Obama plans to work with Congress.
The governor says his administration is still in talks with the federal government over whether Indiana can use the Healthy Indiana Plan to expand Medicaid.
On the anniversary of September 11, dozens of people gathered at the courthouse square for a peace vigil.
Rep. Todd Young, R-9th, says he is leaning toward voting against a military strike on Syria, but Rep. Luke Messer, R-6th, says he plans to vote "yes."
The Obama administration is delaying the requirement that employers offer health care to their workers until 2015.
Governor Mitch Daniels was notified Thursday night that five Indiana counties hit hard by storms in February and March, would receive federal assistance.
Speaking on WFIU's Noon Edition one Catholic priest says the Indiana Archdiocese is not satisfied with the changes Obama made to the contraceptives mandate.