Last Monday, The New York Times

On Monday, The New York Times broke the 

Michigan’s gubernatorial candidates are leaning into campaign fundraising, with five declared or prospective candidates already backed by over $1 million in fi

State representative Yousef Rabhi (D-Ann Arbor) speaks at a fundraising event at the Ann Arbor Distilling Company on Thursday.

Around 100 local residents gathered outside the Ann Arbor Distilling Company Thursday night to help show support, fundraise and organize for state Rep. Yousef Rabhi (D–Ann Arbor), as he campaigns for re-election in the 2018 election.

President Donald Trump has proposed to cut the annual $300 million used to restore the Great Lakes. In response to the budget cut, the U.S.

A supporter of Senator Patrick Colbeck (R-Canton) displays his truck outside of the Yankee Air Museum in Belleville, MI on Saturday.

On Saturday afternoon, over 200 Michigan residents gathered outside the Yankee Air Museum in Belleville to support State Sen.

State Sen. Rebekah Warren (D–Ann Arbor) speaks at Washtenaw Community College on Monday, March 21, 2011.

State Sen. Rebekah Warren (D–Ann Arbor) and state Rep. Ronnie Peterson (D–Ypsilanti) spoke at the Riverside Art Center in downtown Ypsilanti to over 40 people on behalf of Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan’s third and final Field Hearing Monday night.


Nearly 200 people attended a town hall on health care Sunday morning in Plymouth, hoping to receive answers on how their care would change under the Better Care Reconciliation Act, the GOP plan to repeal and replac

The American Federation of Teachers reports that a Saudi Arabian student accepted into Western Michigan University has been sentenced to execution in his home count

The University of Michigan SAPAC office provides numerous services for students that face sexual assault.

Outrage at the Department of Education's rollbacks of Obama-era Title IX protections for university students who are victims of sexual assault came to a head Wednesday when Candice E. Jackson, head of the department's Office of Civil Rights, said 90 percent of sexual assault accusations on campuses "fall into the category of 'we were both drunk.' "