The ban would reopen the doors for the criminal prosecution of patients and doctors involved in terminating a pregnancy
The legal pundit talks her Midwest roots, John Conyers, Barbara McQuade, and more
She says the 2022 election may determine the fate of democracy itself
The former U.S. Attorney, who makes our annual list of people making Motown a better place, has gone from the Underwear Bomber trial to MSNBC fame to podcast stardom
Here's what our panelists got right and wrong
The 31-year-old — who is part of our annual list of people who are making Motown a better place — is elected the first Muslim and Arab mayor of the metro Detroit city
The Detroit mayor is among the 13 locals to make our annual list of people who are making Motown a better place
The Detroit Catholic Central and Michigan State University alum talks with us from the lawn of the White House
A thorough recounting of Michigan legal giant Frank Murphy’s life is packed with great detail but lacks a compelling narrative
The Downriver native is the former chair of the Federal Election Commission
Is Detroit law enforcement especially troubled or is the county just being more honest about miscarriages of justice than other counties across the country?
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, U.S. Representative Debbie Dingell, Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist II, and more reflect as the 20th anniversary of the tragic day arrives
Voters winnow down fields for mayor in several cities in the Aug. 3 primary. The marquee race is a test of Mike Duggan’s longevity.
The ex-Detroit cop also talks about late Wayne County Sheriff Benny Napoleon and Black Lives Matter protests
The unprecedented shutdown has left folks on both sides frustrated, angry, and confused
More than a dozen metro Detroit leaders joined our historic virtual summit. They had a lot to celebrate.
Ann Arbor (of course) was the first city in the state to do so — but likely not the last
The Detroit-born Latinx rights activist was the longest-serving director of the White House Domestic Policy Council
Peter Werbe and Harvey Ovshinsky, who both recently released their first books, spar amiably
In his new memoir, Michigan's six-term senator stresses the need for cooperation and self-sacrifice in modern politics