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- Obama administration asked whole D.C. Circuit to take on major Obamacare case
- Mark Levin: Topple GOP leadership or country will ‘unravel’
- Massachusetts to let police chief deny gun buys to those deemed unfit
- John Kerry condemns attack on Israeli soldiers, kidnapping
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- Israeli spokesman: No need to debate who broke the cease-fire
- 35 Palestinians killed; Israeli officer missing
Topic - Indianapolis Business Journal
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Tourism officials in Indianapolis are turning from their unsuccessful bid for the 2018 Super Bowl toward a push to land future major sporting events and conventions.
Indiana leaders are seeking proposals for a bicentennial plaza near the Statehouse on which many of the 2016 statehood celebrations would occur.
Suburban Indianapolis school districts strapped for cash under statewide property tax caps are teaming up with local governments to cut costs by sharing resources and selling property.
A federal judge has dismissed a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the mother of an Indianapolis man who was fatally shot by an Indianapolis grocery store manager during a robbery inside a Kroger store.
Gov. Mike Pence's plan to expand health insurance coverage to low-income Indiana residents involves a combination of health savings accounts, employer-sponsored health plans and private initiatives.
The Indianapolis Zoo is expecting perhaps a quarter million extra visitors this year with the opening of its new orangutan exhibit.
Indiana University officials are working on plans for taking over the old Wishard Hospital complex in downtown Indianapolis and converting it into a hub for health science students and researchers.
The owners of gluten-free bakery Ceres' Basket felt apprehensive when they arrived at a local bank branch seeking a loan to buy a building for a store in Carmel.
Indiana State Fair officials are looking for a financial boost from selling the naming rights to the newly renovated Fairgrounds Coliseum.
Indiana body shops and auto insurers are on a collision course over repair compensation practices, a dispute that could cost millions of dollars to patch up.
Indiana workers' pay didn't keep pace with inflation last year, and economic experts say the state needs to focus more on the quality of jobs instead of the quantity to close the distance.
New nonstop flights between Indianapolis and San Francisco have been filling up with passengers during their first months in the air.
A search for trendier office space and a migration to the suburbs have raised concerns about rising vacancy rates in downtown Indianapolis' prime office buildings.
Indianapolis tourism leaders say the state's folksy new "Honest to Goodness Indiana" slogan could hurt efforts to market the city as a vibrant destination with state-of-the-art facilities.
Ivy Tech Community College says it needs $83 million more from the state so it can double its enrollment and graduation rates and help the state meet its own goal of increasing the number of Indiana residents with post-high-school credentials.