FDA approves new warnings for antibiotics
The FDA formally approved new warnings Thursday for a powerful class of antibiotics known as fluoroquinolones.
Lawmakers deny backroom deals at ALEC meeting
More than one hundred protesters gathered downtown Wednesday to voice their opposition to the American Legislative Exchange Council, also…
Good Samaritan rushed toward shot IMPD officer
When an IMPD officer was shot by a fleeing suspect Monday night, a Good Samaritan wasted no time in rushing to his aid.
Proposal could return middle schools to IPS
Middle schools may return to Indianapolis after years of being phased into district high schools.
Diabetic sues Henry Co. jail for negligent care
A 19-year old inmate at the Henry County Jail nearly died because jail staff provided him with incorrect insulin dosages, according to a…
Clinton has a white man problem
On the last night of the conventions, we discuss both candidates problems crossing racial divides.
Fact-checking Hillary Clinton's DNC speech
The Democratic Party has a new presidential nominee, and for the first time for either major political party, she is a woman.
DNC 2016: Recap of Thursday's action
A full recap of the final day of the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
Dems hungry to battle Trump
One core mission of the Democratic National Convention was annihilating Donald Trump. Much of it was done with a light touch that did not…
Clinton pits message of unity against Trump
It was all about the pronouns — "we" vs. "I" — when Clinton rebuked Trump's message Thursday.
Chernobyl may produce energy again
Chernobyl's idle land may be used as a solar energy farm.
Pope Francis makes silent trip to Auschwitz
The pope spent most of the historic visit to the former Nazi concentration camp in silent prayer and reflection.
Nusra says it's cutting ties with Al-Qaeda
Al-Qaeda's Syrian affiliate is attempting to rebrand, but can it really detach itself from its parent organization? Probably not.
French media rethinks the way it reports terror
Many French media outlets are refusing to publish photos and names of the suspects.
Germany to accept refugees despite attacks
Germany has experienced four attacks since mid-July. The attacks have brought the nation's refugee policy into question.
Hunger and bombs plague life in Daraya
The city of Daraya used to have a population of around 80,000. Now, after years of a grueling siege, it only has 8,000.