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Means TV

The Founders of Means TV on Their Post-Capitalist Streaming Service

The revolution will not be televised — but it just might be binge-watched
Lena Epstein

Lena Epstein on Gender, Politics, and Business

The "unapologetic conservative" aims to be measured by her capabilities
dan caccavaro

Editor’s Letter: Grappling With Gender Equity

Why watching my daughter wrestle makes me hopeful about her future

Pundits from Across the Political Spectrum Share Their 2020 Predictions

Here’s how the state’s top issues may play out in the year ahead

5 Podcasts that Get Michigan Politics Right

Keep tabs on happenings in Lansing
John James

Rising Star John James Swoops in to Save the Republican Party

Will there be a crash landing for the fresh face politician?
Stephen Ross

Local Philanthropist Stephen M. Ross’ Political Allegiances are Making Waves

The billionaire University of Michigan alumnus’ fundraising plans for President Donald Trump caused a big stir
Voter Registration

What You Need to Know Before Registering to Vote

Oakland County Clerk, Lisa R Brown, shares common misconceptions about heading to the polls
Justin Amash

Is Newly Independent US Rep. Justin Amash Considering a Presidential Run?

The Grand Rapids congressman is drawing national attention
body positivity

Body Positivity: It’s a Learning Process, Not a Hashtag

As one writer learns, the modern movement is a step in the right direction. But there’s still a lot of work that needs to be done.
DNC Debates

4 Big Takeaways From the DNC Debates in Detroit

The most contentious topics and the bitterest rivalries at the Fox Theatre this week

Newsdesk: What a Landmark Auto Insurance Bill Means For Michigan Drivers

Plus, a digest of headlines to keep up with this month

Can State-Funded Organizations Decide Not to Serve LGBTQ+ People?

A new Michigan case about foster care and adoption could become a precedent-setter in the realm of addressing a significant civil rights question
Michigan’s 2018 General Election

Results from Michigan’s 2018 General Election

Electees for the state’s Governor, U.S. Senate, Attorney General, and more

All of Your Questions Concerning the 2018 General Election, Answered

Tomorrow, Nov. 6, is election day. Whether you're looking for information on how to find your designated precinct, skip long waiting lines to vote, or what to do if you don't beat the rush, we've got answers for you.
Dana Mohammad

The 23-Year-Old Creating Legislative Change for Women

A new commission on women and girls has passed in the city of Dearborn Heights – the first of its kind in the state of Michigan— and it’s largely due to the work of 23-year-old pre-law student, Dana Mohammad.

From the Archive: Mitt Romney Through the Years

Following Mitt Romney’s eight-vote Iowa victory, Hour Detroit revisits two interviews with Michigan’s native son.

John Balardo Interviews Dave Bing

Hour Detroit publisher John Balardo sits down with Detroit Mayor Dave Bing for an in-depth interview on WDET. The interview will air Wednesday, December 29, 2010 when John guest-hosts the first hour of The Craig Fahle Show.