‘I wanted to give a voice to women who didn’t feel they were given any input on a bill that would affect our lives so much’
The volunteers were booked on fake charges and assumed false identities during their stays at Clark County Jail
Pupil's mum says: 'We need, not just more teachers like her, but also more people like her in this world'
The men were found in an abandoned house in attack police said would have been 'hard for one person to commit' alone
The study by Indiana University scientists is the first to show the female body's immune system prepares for pregnancy because of sexual activity
He was the second-highest ranked official in the Indiana House of Representatives
A look ahead to this weekend’s Divisional Playoff match at Gillette Stadium in New England
Indianapolis pulled off the second biggest comeback in NFL play-off history to stun Kansas City, while New Orleans beat Philadelphia on the last play of the game as the first wild-card games provided a thrilling start to the post-season.
Darryl See was hit by a Chicago-bound train as he walked along the tracks east of Michigan City
The Mill, Sun, Channel 4 // The Mystery of Rome's X Tombs, Sun, BBC2
A US federal court has struck down a ban on sex offenders using social networking sites like Facebook, calling the law unconstitutional.
Ever been so hungry you can’t unwrap your food quickly enough? You’ll be pleased to know the days of frantically ripping through cellophane may soon be a thing of past. Edible packaging is back on the agenda.
An "outrageous and demeaning" comment by a Republican Party candidate for the US Senate has again dragged the party into the mire over women's rights.
In one respect at least, Jonnie Peacock, has yet to catch up with Oscar Pistorius. “No, I haven’t managed to have a chat with Oscar since then,” he says. “It’ll be interesting to see what he thinks about me now.”
An alligator at least 10 feet (3 meters) long lunged at a teenager swimming in a river and bit off the boy's right arm below the elbow, state wildlife officials said yesterday.
Elinor Ostrom, who died on 12 June aged 78, was an Indiana University professor of political science who became the first woman to win a Nobel Prize in economics. Ostrom shared the 2009 Nobel Prize for economics with Oliver Williamson from the University of California, Berkeley. They were honoured for analysing the rules by which people exercise authority in companies and economic systems.