House ethics committee investigating Rep. Chris Collins for insider trading allegations

The House ethics committee is investigating New York Rep. Chris Collins, the first Republican on Capitol Hill to endorse Donald Trump's presidential campaign, for potentially violating federal law and House rules regarding insider trading. The outside, non-partisan Office of Congressional Ethics began a review of Collins' activity in March and voted to send its findings to the House ethics panel in July, which can formally launch investigations and recommend any sanctions against any lawmaker it determines has broken any rules.

How prominent Hoosiers responded to Trump EO

The presidents of Purdue, Notre Dame and Indiana universities condemned President Trump's temporary ban on accepting refugees and citizens from certain countries Sunday, and said the directive issued Friday should be stopped. How prominent Hoosiers responded to Trump's executive order The presidents of Purdue, Notre Dame and Indiana universities condemned President Trump's temporary ban on accepting refugees and citizens from certain countries Sunday, and said the directive issued Friday should be stopped.

House GOP Selects New Committee Chairmen

A number of House committees will see a shakeup in leadership next year, as GOP members approve the Steering Committee's recommendations for chairmanships during their conference meeting Friday. House Speaker Paul Ryan released a list of approved recommendations Thursday evening, showing seven changes slated for the 115th Congress.

Expanding Its U.S. Presence, Swedish Retailer IKEA Breaks Ground for…

Until the store opens, customers can shop at the Cincinnati-area store in West Chester, OH; Chicago-area IKEA Bolingbrook and IKEA Schaumburg; or online at IKEA-USA.com . The 289,000-square-foot future IKEA Fishers and its 1,000 parking spaces will be built on 35 acres along the eastern side of Interstate 69, just south of the E. 116th Street exit, approximately 15 miles northeast of downtown Indianapolis.

Gop Us Rep. Rokita back on Indianaa s November ballot

Republican U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita got back on Indiana's November ballot Saturday after he withdrew his congressional candidacy last month in a bid to run for governor to replace Mike Pence, who joined Donald Trump's ticket. Rokita was selected for the ballot during a caucus to fill the vacancy his withdrawal created in the 4th Congressional District.

Indiana GOP panel set to select Pence replacement for ballot

Key Indiana Republicans are set to meet to choose the candidate who will take Mike Pence's place as the party's gubernatorial nominee after Pence withdrew to become Donald Trump's vice presidential running mate. The 22 members of the Indiana Republican State Committee scheduled a private meeting Tuesday morning in Indianapolis to choose among Lt.

GOP candidates maneuver behind the scenes to replace Pence

Donald Trump's selection of Indiana Gov. Mike Pence to be his running mate has set off a flurry of behind-the-scenes maneuvering to replace Pence as governor, with two U.S. House members and the state's lieutenant governor jumping at the chance to become the Republican nominee in November's election. U.S. Reps.

Who might replace Pence as governor?

The search will soon begin to find the replacement for Mike Pence as Governor of Indiana with just four months until the general election. 24-Hour News 8 learned there are at least six potential replacements.

Trump-Pence VP decision could scramble Indiana politics

The coming days could see a major shake-up in Indiana politics as Donald Trump considers Indiana Gov. Mike Pence among others as his Republican vice presidential choice. Pence is set to attend a campaign fundraising event with the New York billionaire in Indianapolis on Tuesday - just six days before the Republican national convention in Cleveland.