The U.S. Supreme Court announced today it will hear a case from Indiana and 11 other states that argues the EPA's regulations on greenhouse gases are unlawful.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Ball State is not liable because the person accused of creating a racially hostile work environment was not a supervisor.
Lawyers representing an Indiana farmer will soon face those hired by agricultural biotechnology giant Monsanto in a U.S Supreme Court patent infringement trial.
Senate candidate Richard Mourdock released a statement disagreeing with the decision, but didn't release any of a set of much-hyped YouTube videos.
While Indiana does not have the kind of automatic law the court struck down, the ruling could still impact sentencing for juveniles in lower courts.
Terre Haute attorney Jim Bopp says the court's ruling reaffirms Citizens United decision.
The Supreme Court should rule this week on a challenge to the federal Affordable Care Act. But some big insurance companies aren‘t waiting.
A law professor says corporations would lose many existing protections if the resolution adopted by the Bloomington City Council leads to a similar amendment.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller says he will accept the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court because it will be based on legality, not politics.
Indiana is one of 26 states challenging the new federal health care law.