Former MSU team physician and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar at the Ingham County Court Friday afternoon.

UpdateThis article has been updated to include statements from Trustee Mitch Lyons, calling for Simon's resignation. 


One LSA freshman, who requested to remain anonymous, said he has paid almost $200, and will pay about another $400 in courts costs and up to $1,000 in probation fees.

The Michigan Education Association announced Monday it will be supporting former state Senate minority leader Gretchen Whitmer as the Democratic candidate in the 201

In late December, the most sweeping rewrite of the tax code in decades was passed.

University alum Sean Smith graduated last winter, and now works as a fellow in LSA Dean Andrew Martin's office. When he goes home to visit his family, Smith says his family relies on him for more information on current events.

With Michigan's gubernatorial election looming ahead, Progress Michigan, a Lansing-based progressive organization that works to hold government officials accountable, is calling on Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette to investigate Lt. Gov.

The Federal Communications Commission voted on Dec. 14 to end net neutrality, which blocked internet service providers from charging different prices for different users or content.

Abdul El-Sayed speaks at a town-hall in the Union Saturday.

Abdul El-Sayed, a Democratic candidate for Michigan's upcoming gubernatorial race, hosted a town hall Saturday evening at the University of Michigan’s Michigan Union to garner campaign support from Ann Arbor residents. Women’s March co-cha

The Michigan Legislature building in Lansing.

Each week, The Michigan Daily will be publishing a wrap-up of the most important bills proposed in Michigan Legislature over the past seven days:

U.S. Rep. John Conyers at a rally for health care in January.

U.S. Rep. John Conyers announced his plans to retire Tuesday morning, an announcement that comes amid a series of sexual harassment allegations.

University President Mark Schlissel, former Republican Congressman Dave Camp and School of Public Policy dean Michael Barr discuss federal tax reforms Monday in Annenberg Auditorium.

With a new tax bill on the horizon, the Ford School of Public Policy organized a panel on tax reform with Public Policy dean Michael S. Barr and former U.S. Rep. Dave Camp, R-Mich., moderated by University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel.