Attendees at an event organized by Michigan Trump Republicans at Avery's Tavern in Rochester Hills on Monday.

More than 50 people showed up to Avery's Tavern in Rochester Hills Monday night to attend a meeting hosted by the Michigan Trump Republicans, intended to train supporters of President Donald Trump on how to most effectively promote his agenda and win his reelection in 2020.

Several months after the Democratic National Committee installed its new leadership, the internal overhaul within the party was a main topic of conversation at th

The Democratic National Committee meets at the Renaissance Center in Detroit on Saturday.

Several of the most prominent figures within the Democratic Party convened Saturday morning at the Renaissance Center in Detroit for the Democratic National Committee's seasonal executive committee meeting.

Nick Lyon, the director of the state of Michigan's Department of Health and Human Services, is now facing charges of involuntary manslaughter and misconduct in office in connection with the Flint water crisis, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette

Filmmaker Chris Whipple discusses the role of the White House Chief of Staff at the Gerald R. Ford Library on Tuesday

On Tuesday night, Chris Whipple — an acclaimed filmmaker of pictures such as The Spymasters, author and Emmy Award-winning producer — presented the importance of the White House Chief of Staff, a role he describes as the sec

President Donald Trump at a rally in Novi, MI on September 30, 2016.

President Donald J. Trump announced Thursday that the United States will be leaving the Paris Agreement.

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan speaks about his new urban-planning strategy during his keynote address.

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State Sen. Patrick Colbeck (R-Canton) has officially filed paperwork with the Michigan Secretary of State to join the 2018 gubernatorial race, as well as formed a campaign committee to start fundraising.

State representative Adam Zemke (D-Ann Arbor) at the Save EPA Press Conference on May 8, 2017.

About 50 attendees packed a room of Washtenaw Community College’s Morris Lawrence Building Wednesday evening for a town hall hosted by state Rep. Adam Zemke (D–Ann Arbor), titled “How to Create a School to Success Continuum: Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline.”


House lawmakers in Lansing are currently working to halt female genital mutilation in Michigan by implementing a package of legislation that extends beyond solely criminalizing the practice.