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Kasich speaks at DePauw
Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich gives the Ubben lecture at DePauw University on Jan. 31.
Sen. Young advocates Saudi rebuke
U.S. Sen. Todd Young advocates the Senate rebuke of Saudi Arabia over the Jamal Khashoggi murder and the Yemen civil war.
Donnelly gives Senate farewell address
U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly gives his Senate farewell address.
2nd Indiana Senate Debate
Here is the second Indiana U.S. Senate Debate at Newfields in Indianapolis.
Trump's racially charged campaign ad
President Trump tweeted this racially-charged video on Nov. 1.
Mike Braun's closing TV ad
This is Republican Senate nominee Mike Braun's closing TV ad, "Deserve Better."
Braun's 'Always Do' TV ad
This is Republican Senate nominee Mike Braun's "Always Do" TV ad on health care.
Mel Hall's 'Not Always' TV ad
This is 2nd CD Democrat Mel Hall's "Not Always" TV ad aimed at U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski
Walorski 'Residency' TV ad
U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski's "Residency" TV ad against Democrat Mel Hall.
Nikki Haley wows Al Smith Dinner
United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley makes a sensational splash at the Al Smith Dinner in New York on Thursday.
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  • Pence visits Auschwitz for first time
    “It seems to me to be a scene of unspeakable tragedy, reminding us what tyranny is capable of. But it seems to me also to be a scene of freedom’s victory. I traveled in our delegation with people who had family members who had been at Auschwitz — some had survived, some not. But to walk with them and think that two generations ago their forebears came there in box carts and that we would arrive in a motorcade in a free Poland and a Europe restored to freedom from tyranny is an extraordinary experience for us, and I’ll carry it with me the rest of our lives.” - Vice President Mike Pence, who visited the Auschwitz concentration camp in Oswiecim, Poland on Friday along with Second Lady Karen Pence and Polish President Andrzej Duda and First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda. It was Pence's first time at the scene where Nazi Germany murdered more than 1.1 million Jews and other groups during the World War II Holocaust.
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  • Our first national park at Indiana Dunes
    It continues to amaze me how many folks from central and southern Indiana have never visited Indiana's sea, known to most of us as Lake Michigan. If you need another reason to take a couple hour trip northward on U.S. 31, U.S. 421 or I-65, thank President Trump for our first national park. It's now the Indiana Dunes National Park. The move was included in the spending package compromise that Trump signed on Friday, inserted in the legislation with the help of U.S. Sen. Todd Young and U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky. 

    Visclosky said, "I also am heartened that because of the support of our U.S. Senators, the entire Indiana Congressional delegation, and numerous Northwest Indiana organizations, we have successfully titled the first National Park in our state. This action provides our shoreline with the recognition it deserves, and I hope further builds momentum to improve open and public access to all of our region’s environmental wonders.”

    The Dunes includes white sand beaches, trails and an array of flora and bogs, with a front row seat to the Chicago skyline. It richly deserves to be Indiana's first national park.
    - Brian A. Howey, publisher
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