The recession is a national story, but its effects are local and personal. Few cities have felt this more than Elkhart, Ind., one of the earliest to see recession.
Many of the city’s citizens face an uncertain economic future. The give voice to their problems and offer potential solutions.
Watch the manufacturing process in fast forward as workers take the vehicle from frame to finished product in time-lapse video.
In good times and bad, meth continues to hit northern Indiana hard. Three former addicts describe the drug's toll.
This weekend, millions will cross 66,000 bridges that the federal government has deemed "structurally deficient," meaning key elements are in poor condition.
In a speech to the graduating class of 2013 at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., President Barack Obama challenged the 1,047 graduates to “live with integrity” and help restore trust in a military that has been stained by recent charges of sexual assault.
Maria Wells said she never intended to be a landlord. She sells real estate; she doesn't invest in it.
Posnanski: LeBron James and Tiger Woods are part of a group of active athletes who are bidding to become the greatest in their sport who ever lived.
Country music star and "The Voice" judge Blake Shelton is spearheading "Healing in the Heartland" to aid those affected by the tornadoes that devastated his home state.
Where did all those early childhood memories go? They probably got cut off by fast-growing brain cells, scientists say.
Hordes of winged cicadas are coming out and turning up the music for their biggest party in 17 years, stretching from North Carolina through Virginia to New York — but experts aren't yet sure just how big the party will get.