The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday stopped the once-a-decade head count of every U.S. resident from continuing through the end of October. President Donald Trump’s administration had asked the nation’s high court to suspend a district court’s order permitting the 2020 census to continue through the end of the month.
Supreme Court senate hearings for Amy Coney Barrett continue, Michigan men face hearings for kidnapping plot, Facebook bans Holocaust denial posts, Portland protesters knock down statues and Johnson & Johnson pauses its COVID-19 vaccine trial make up this week's five national stories.
With midterms coming up, the process is looking a little different due to COVID-19. Tests are being administered online to keep every student safe.
Boris Johnson is expected to support a 3-tier lockdown system for England, Brazil passes 150,000 COVID-19 deaths, COVID-19 patients fill French ICUs, a Malian politician is freed from al-Qaida captivity and North Korea reveals new weapons in a military parade make up this week's five international stories.
Employment rates have fallen amidst the pandemic, and the cost of taking care of a pet has been overwhelming for many owners.
During a tumultuous 2020 financial year, Ball State got some help from the federal government.
When asked who his favorite rock and roll musicians were, he couldn’t decide on one. Paul McCartney, John Lennon and Pink Floyd were the three artists Sergei Zhuk, professor of history at Ball State, listed.
September was Suicide Awareness Month, a month dedicated to educating people about the resources that are out there if someone was contemplating suicide.
The death of music legend Eddie Van Halen shook the world Monday night, including Brian Casey, who’s a radio host for Muncie's 93.5FM Maximum Classic Rock radio station.