Abdul At Large

I’ve been preoccupied this week with Statehouse matters so I haven’t had the chance to really chime on the situation in Baltimore. Allow me to correct that now with a shout out and “you go girl” to Toya Graham , the Baltimore mother who has been seen around the world smacking...
Legislators worked into the witching hour Thursday morning to put the finishing touches on the 2016 statehouse session. Kevin Brinegar of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce helps Abdul break down the wins and losses of the Indiana republican supermajority.
Co-host of Fox News Channel's The Five and Former White House Press Secretary, Dana Perino, announced on Abdul at Large that her new book, And the Good News Is: Lessons and Advice from the Bright Side , is number one on the New York Times Best Selling Author List. Abdul and Dana...
The mayoral primary in Carmel is one of the most highly contested races in Indiana. Abdul speaks with incumbent Jim Brainard and challenger Rick Sharp on Tuesday night's "Abdul at Large."
Just when Indiana lawmakers thought they were past the controversy regarding the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) a religious group plans to call on them to revisit the issue. The Indiana Pastors Association says it will deliver a letter to the Governor and lawmakers on...
Earlier this week, I got to play judge at an event called “Hoosier Idol”. It’s an annual event at the Indiana Roof Ballroom hosted by the Mental Health Association of Indiana . Along with WISH-TV’s Jim Shella and WTHR-TV’s Angela Buchman, we got to judge a number of “legislative...
Indiana Congressman Todd Rokita joined Abdul to discuss the business of Washington. Rokita later confirmed that he's considering a run for Dan Coats soon-to-be vacated Senate seat.
Plans to build a new justice center on the near Westside of Indianapolis stalled after City-County Council Republicans balked at sending the 1.75 billion dollar project to full council. Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard joins Abdul Tuesday night and explains how the window is...
As Indiana lawmakers begin their budget negotiations in earnest, I figured now would be a good time to do a public service and let you know where the House, Senate and Governor's Office stand. Here is the bird’s eye view of the budget plans. I have links at the bottom for more...