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Unser Jr. arrested for operating vehicle while intoxicated


Matt Damon, Christian Bale to serve as Indy 500 starters


Morgan leads Indiana past Rutgers 89-73


Purdue student, super fan Tyler Trent reportedly passes away


Police: Suspect in Colts player's crash death deported twice


IUSB women's softball team receives new practice and game field


Takuma Sato of Japan wins the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500.


Indiana's Miller brings Dayton flavor to new coaching staff


Hall of Fame game cancelled for poor field conditions


Penske to drive pace car for 100th Indy 500


Griffith bus rolls over on way to Semi-State; game postponed


Hoosiers pull away in second half, beat Illinois 74-47


George's 25 second-half points lead Pacers over Knicks, 108-105


Top-ranked Villanova proves too much for Butler



 
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National security reporters feel targeted by new Assange charge

The Trump Justice Department has added to the indictment of Julian Assange a charge related to publishing the classified material given to WikiLeaks by Chelsea Manning in 2010. Joy Reid and her panel discuss how many believe this charge is intended to deter national security reporting.

Former Obama advisor Jarrett questions delay of Tubman bill

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced on Wednesday that a redesign of the 20 dollar bill featuring the American hero Harriet Tubman that was authorized by President Obama’s treasury secretary and slated to be revealed next year will instead be delayed until 2028. Former senior advisor to President Obama Valerie Jarrett joins Joy Reid to discuss.