Daily Archives: May 9, 2018

  • Indiana GOP Senate primary a showdown to prove who’s the Trumpiest

    Indiana GOP Senate primary a showdown to prove who’s the Trumpiest

    In Indiana, a state that’s known for its “Hoosier hospitality,” one of the nation’s most bitter and personal primaries is coming to a head today. The Republican Senate primary field includes two sitting congressmen and one millionaire business owner who are duking it out for the chance to unseat incumbent Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly in…



  • W. Va. candidate ‘tired of watching’ opioid crisis

    W. Va. candidate ‘tired of watching’ opioid crisis

    Interested in Opioid Epidemic? Add Opioid Epidemic as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Opioid Epidemic news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Ayne Amjad works at the nexus of the opioid crisis and environmental hazards which residents say have caused their friends and neighbors to develop cancer. The problem is…


  • Coal miners being taught HTML coding as a second career

    Coal miners being taught HTML coding as a second career

    Billy Jack Buzzard, a seventh-generation miner from rural West Virginia, had been working in the coal mines for several years before he lost his job. He told ABC News last week that after he got laid off, he and his family moved to South Dakota in search of more opportunities. Eventually, they were pulled to…