Monthly Archives: July 2018

TSA Has Been Secretly Monitoring Travelers Who Aren’t Listed On Government Watch Lists

The Transportation Security Administration program, dubbed “Quiet Skies,” has existed since 2010 as an effort to mitigate the threat “posed by unknown or partially-known terrorists” after identifying people based on… Read more »

Robert Mueller Targeted Two Lobbying Firms. One Is Thriving in Trump’s D.C.

When Special Counsel Robert Mueller indicted Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort in the fall of 2017, he implicated two prominent Washington D.C. lobbying powerhouses as being complicit in… Read more »

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: I have ‘at least five more years’ on the bench

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said Sunday that she intends to serve “at least five more years,” a stretch that would extend her career beyond her 90th birthday. “I’m… Read more »

How John Kelly became ‘chief in name only’

John Kelly got the official news of his promotion a year ago the same way a select few in the Trump administration have — by presidential tweet. Kelly, then the… Read more »

Sex Offenders: What to know and why it took 24 hours to arrest a naked man caught on a woman’s porch

INDIANAPOLIS — Police say it took nearly 24 hours to arrest a registered sex offender caught on camera naked and committing a lewd act on his neighbor’s porch because they… Read more »

Fishers Police Chief due in court today for DUI

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WTHR) — The Fishers Police Chief will appear in court today at 8:30 a.m. on drunk driving charges. IMPD says Mitchell Thompson had a blood alcohol level of… Read more »

Anderson mother, boyfriend charged with death of 23-month-old

ANDERSON, Ind. (WTHR) — Anderson Police are investigating the death of a 23-month-old after they were called to St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital Saturday morning. Baby Paisley Hudson was taken… Read more »

Best Mortgage Program In US History To End

  The final days of the shockingly generous government refinance program called HARP are upon us. Cue the sad harp music. HARP (Home Affordable Refinance Program) is a refinancing program… Read more »

Postal Service holding job fair in Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Looking for a new job? The US Postal Service is hosting a job fair in Indianapolis next month. USPS will hold the fair at the Greater Indiana… Read more »

Second IPS referendum asking for $315M approved, will be on November ballot

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A second IPS referendum seeking over $300 million over the next eight years has passed and now needs voter approval in November. In June, the district’s school… Read more »