The terrorist attacks in Paris hit close to home for Hoosiers. Will new legislation strike an equal balance between religious liberty and civil rights?
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.
His death brought the horrors of the Syrian war home to Indiana, but his life continues to inspire those trying to bring some hope to the Syrian people.
Syrian refugees hoping to settle in the U.S. undergo an intensive screening process.
In a statement released this morning, the governor said he’s directing state agencies to suspend the resettlement of additional Syrian refugees.
Former IN Congressman Hamilton says that bringing forces into Syria could be a risk but might add the needed leverage to finding a diplomatic solution.
Three Syrian families have come to Indiana. A total of 2,000 are expected to arrive in the U.S. this fiscal year.
Soulaf Abas' oil paintings and prints depict the devastation and grief the Syrian civil war has created.
How the Religious Freedom Restoration Act is dividing Hoosiers, a Syrian family’s journey to escape war and resettle in Indiana and this week's top headlines.