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3 Generations Of Tight-Knit Family Have Worn This Sweater For School Picture Day

Can Indiana Compromise On LGBT Rights, Religious Liberty?

Unemployed People Are Getting Kicked Off Food Stamps

Indiana Hires More Child Welfare Workers To Handle Big Increase In Cases

Indiana's Marijuana Church Sues State, Claims Pot Prohibition Infringes On Its Religious Beliefs

Indiana's Church Of Cannabis Files Religious Liberty Lawsuit

Subway Spokesman Jared Fogle's Home Raided In Child Porn Investigation

'Hero' Lauren Hill Honored By Indiana Basketball Hall Of Fame

States Enlist Prisoners To Combat Avian Flu Threat

Maddow: Religious Freedom Law Killed Mike Pence's Presidential Prospects

99-Year-Old Indiana Woman Receives High School Diploma 8 Decades After Leaving School

Authorities Investigating Whether Murder Of Indiana Student Hannah Wilson, Disappearance Of Lauren Spierer Linked

Indiana Governor Extends Needle Exchange Program As HIV Crisis Worsens

Indiana Sees Jump In New HIV Cases In Rural Outbreak

Indiana Hires PR Firm To Rebuild Image After 'Religious Freedom' Fiasco

Indiana Pizzeria At Center Of Anti-Gay Controversy Reopens To A Packed House

Michelangelo Signorile: Gay Marriage Is Not The 'Be All And End All' Of LGBT Rights

Both Sides Of Reproductive Rights Debate Concerned About Revised Religious Freedom Laws

Why Boy George Would Still Perform In Indiana Despite State's Recent Anti-Gay Controversy

Mike Huckabee Blames 'Militant Gay Community' For Fueling 'Religious Freedom' Law Backlash

Rihanna Gets Explicit Telling Indiana Crowd How She Really Feels About Anti-LGBT Law

Rick Santorum Quotes 'God Hates Fags' When Discussing Religious Freedom Laws

That Anti-Gay Indiana Pizzeria That Received $840,000? This 'Pizza' Supports The LGBT Community.

Anti-Gay Pizzeria Says God 'Has Blessed Us' With Over $800,000 For 'Standing Up'

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: It's 'A Good Thing' For NCAA To Question Indiana

Gays Hate America And Other Right-Wing Talking Points On Indiana

Indiana Law Went Too Far For Most Americans To Support