Circling Back to Voters, 100 Days Into Trump Era

By THE NEW YORK TIMES April 26, 2017 On Day 1, they were a mix of Trump faithful, Trump skeptics and Trump haters. Local party bosses and state senators, teachers and retirees, unionized and nonunion workers, talking about their hopes and dread as...

Mayor Says Indiana Man’s Deportation ‘Feels Like a Defeat for Our Community’

By MAYA SALAM April 7, 2017 Roberto Beristain, a 43-year-old undocumented immigrant, had lived in the United States for nearly 20 years. He and his wife of 17 years, Helen, an American, were raising their four children in St. Joseph’s County, Ind., and...

Civil Rights Act Protects Gay Workers, Court Rules

By MATTHEW HAAG and NIRAJ CHOKSHI April 4, 2017 In a significant victory for gay rights, a federal appeals court in Chicago ruled Tuesday that the 1964 Civil Rights Act protects gay workers from job discrimination, expanding workplace protections...

Deadline Up, Families Remain in Lead-Contaminated Housing in Indiana

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS April 1, 2017 INDIANAPOLIS — Dozens of families remained at a lead-contaminated public housing complex in northwest Indiana despite a Friday target date to move them out so the city could tear down the buildings. More than...