An IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs professor plans to take a group of 15 undergraduates to Havana in March.
Health experts say numbers released Wednesday showing the base cost of health care services in a number of hospitals should be viewed carefully by consumers.
United States Postal Service officials are planning to reduce mail delivery due to other competition and lack of government support.
Smiley stopped by Indiana University Tuesday for a segment of his 'Poverty Tour' panel discussions.
John Graham says the untold story of Elinor Ostrom is her work with graduate students.
A former U.S. Treasury Secretary is in Bloomington today to visit the Indiana University campus.
A bill under consideration during this year’s legislative session could put an end to universities forcing retirement on their senior employees.
Researchers say even unwanted items can help build brand identity among those they are donated to.
The white paper shows the nationwide recession has multiplied the number of poor Americans.
Experts disagree on whether a new medical device tax could lead to higher consumer prices.