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  • Supreme Court ruling that struck down the overall cap on federal election contributions is sending ripples across American politics, as states have begun backing away from their own restrictions on donations and lawyers are forecasting a new wave of challenges to campaign finance laws nationwide.

  • NEW YORK, April 4- In Indianapolis, an open house event tends to draw 10 people on a good day. "The realtor was dumbfounded," said Block, vice president of lending at Austin, Texas- based Open Mortgages, which has branches near Indianapolis.

  • Pence: Indiana to expand I-65 with new road funds Thursday, 3 Apr 2014 | 11:07 AM ET

    Mike Pence on Thursday announced plans to use $200 million in newly released funds to expand sections of Interstate 65, and a transportation department spokesman said project could reduced travel time for some commuters in the Indianapolis area.

  • March 31- Eli Lilly was successful in a crucial legal battle on Monday when a U.S. The court said the defendants, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd, APP Pharmaceutical, now known as Fresenius Kabi USA LLC, Barr Laboratories Inc and Pliva Hrvatska D.O.O., failed to show by clear evidence that the asserted claims of the' 209 Patent are invalid.

  • WASHINGTON/ DETROIT, March 30- General Motors Co approved ignition switches for cars that have been linked to 13 deaths, even though the parts did not appear to meet the company's specifications, officials of Delphi Automotive told U.S. congressional investigators.

  • CONGRESSIONAL PANEL GM APPROVED IGNITION SWITCH IN 2002 EVEN THOUGH AUTOMAKER KNEW PART DID NOT MEET ITS SPECIFICATIONS.

  • U.S. HOUSE PANEL HAS RECEIVED MORE THAN 200,000 DOCUMENTS FROM GM ON IGNITION SWITCH PROBLEM; PANEL MAKES NO CONCLUSIONS IN REPUBLICAN STAFF MEMO.

  • WASHINGTON, March 27- The United States said on Thursday it imposed a ban this week on the issuance of licenses for the export of defense items and defense services to Russia in response to Russia's annexation of Crimea.

  • NEW YORK, March 26- Between nine and 18 barrels of oil spilled into Lake Michigan from BP Plc's Whiting refinery in Indiana after a malfunction on Monday, the U.S. Coast Guard confirmed on Wednesday. The amount of oil spilled is based on an initial visual estimate and may change, a U.S. Coast Guard spokesman said.

  • NEW YORK, March 26- Between 9 and 18 barrels of oil spilled into Lake Michigan from BP Plc's Whiting refinery in Indiana after a malfunction on Monday, the U.S. Coast Guard confirmed on Wednesday. About 5,000 square yards of water was coated in an oily sheen and oil slicks could be seen on the shore and rocks, BP said in its initial report to the EPA.

  • *Clinical lab shares rise after GOP files Medicare bill. NEW YORK, March 26- U.S. stocks mostly edged higher on Wednesday as geopolitical tensions over Ukraine appeared to ease and the latest U.S. economic data pointed to improving conditions, though investors found few reasons to push shares up substantially.

  • *Focus on potential China stimulus. NEW YORK, March 26- Global equity markets advanced on Wednesday as investors left behind concerns about Ukraine to focus on the potential for fresh stimulus from China, while the dollar rose on strengthening U.S. economic data. Russia and the West drew a tentative line under the Ukraine crisis after U.S.

  • *Facebook buys Oculus for $2 billion. NEW YORK, March 26- U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday as geopolitical tensions over Ukraine appeared to ease and the latest U.S. economic data pointed to improving conditions. Russia and the West drew a tentative line under the Ukraine crisis after U.S.

  • *Reuters/ Ipsos poll: 67 pct want tougher U.S. auto regulation. WASHINGTON, March 25- U.S. lawmakers are considering calling on former General Motors Co executives and employees from parts supplier Delphi Automotive to testify as they cast a wide net in their probe of GM's recall of 1.6 million vehicles with potentially lethal ignition-switch problems.

  • *China rejects more U.S. corn on GMO concerns. CHICAGO, March 25- U.S. corn futures eased for the first time in three sessions on Tuesday while wheat prices also lost ground as investors took profits ahead of a major government crop report due next week.

  • *China rejects more U.S. corn on GMO concerns. Wheat also declined slightly while soybeans headed for modest gains, with futures for each commodity trading in both positive and negative territory at the Chicago Board of Trade.

  • UPDATE 1-Oil spills into Lake Michigan from BP refinery Tuesday, 25 Mar 2014 | 10:15 AM ET

    March 25- Oil leaked from BP Plc's Whiting oil refinery in Indiana into Lake Michigan after a mechanical glitch on Monday afternoon, the company and local officials said on Tuesday.

  • WASHINGTON, March 24- Lawmakers will consider legislation this week to cut off all U.S. business with Russia's state-owned arms exporter, Rosoboronexport, in response to Moscow's intervention in Ukraine.

  • March 24- Southwest Airlines Co will more than double its flights from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport this year with new nonstop routes to cities including Akron- Canton, Ohio; Indianapolis and Dallas Love Field, it said on Monday.

  • WASHINGTON, March 24- Lawmakers will consider legislation this week to cut off all U.S. business with Russia's state-owned arms exporting firm Rosoboronexport over Moscow's intervention in Ukraine.

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