On the anniversary of September 11, dozens of people gathered at the courthouse square for a peace vigil.
Sen. Dan Coats says he opposes a military strike, while Sen. Joe Donnelly has remained silent on whether he would do the same.
Coats fears bombing Syria could make it impossible to gain public support for an attack on Iran if Iran appears likely to gain nuclear capability.
The former senator and congressman say the U.S. needs to send a clear message to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
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."
Republican Representatives Larry Bucshon, Todd Rokita and Marlin Stutzman say they're "skeptical" of getting involved in Syria.
Protestors gathered at Bloomington's Courthouse Square Monday evening to protest a U.S. military attack on Syria.
Sen. Joe Donnelly says the U.S. should not send troops to Syria, but he says providing limited weapons to opposition fighters should be considered an option.
Indiana‘s pension funds have begun unloading nearly $16 million in investments in two companies which do business in Sudan.