Iran sentences ex-Marine to death in CIA case

TEHRAN, Iran — A former U.S. Marine interpreter arrested while on a trip to visit his Iranian grandmothers has been sentenced to death as a CIA spy, state radio reported Monday, in a case likely to become a new flash point in the escalating tensions between Tehran's defiance over its nuclear program and Washington's efforts to impose more crippling sanctions.


Site picked for new I-65 interchange

GREENWOOD, Ind. — A new Interstate 65 interchange in Greenwood will eventually link to a road joining two other highways in the southern suburbs of Indianapolis.


Judge throws out Indiana secretary of state elections

INDIANAPOLIS — An attorney for Charlie White said "he's not going anywhere" despite a judge's ruling Thursday that the embattled Indiana Republican secretary of state be removed from office because he was improperly registered as a candidate.


Court won't delay Georgia, Alabama immigration law hearings

ATLANTA — A federal appeals court on Thursday denied requests by Georgia and Alabama to delay action on legal challenges to their tough new laws targeting illegal immigration pending the outcome of a U.S. Supreme Court decision on a similar challenge to Arizona's immigration law.


Gov. Daniels lays out expansive 2012 agenda

INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Mitch Daniels is using his final session as governor to push an expansive agenda that includes more money for state fair stage collapse victims and a statewide smoking ban.

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