Redford resident Aimee Stephen has won her historic case
Whitmer for Veep? Here are the pros and cons.
Len Niehoff discusses what the controversial order gets wrong about the First Amendment and how it could affect the way social movements, like Black Lives Matter, organize online
Plus, a look at how law enforcement training will change and why the bill is being passed now
Don't forget to grab an "I Voted" sticker on March 10
The revolution will not be televised — but it just might be binge-watched
The "unapologetic conservative" aims to be measured by her capabilities
Why watching my daughter wrestle makes me hopeful about her future
Here’s how the state’s top issues may play out in the year ahead
Keep tabs on happenings in Lansing
Will there be a crash landing for the fresh face politician?
The billionaire University of Michigan alumnus’ fundraising plans for President Donald Trump caused a big stir
Oakland County Clerk, Lisa R Brown, shares common misconceptions about heading to the polls
The Grand Rapids congressman is drawing national attention
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.
The most contentious topics and the bitterest rivalries at the Fox Theatre this week
Plus, a digest of headlines to keep up with this month
A new Michigan case about foster care and adoption could become a precedent-setter in the realm of addressing a significant civil rights question
Electees for the state’s Governor, U.S. Senate, Attorney General, and more
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.