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Early this morning, the University of Michigan announced a $50 million gift from alum Stephen M. Ross, a real estate developer and the namesake of the Ross School of Business.

President Donald Trump endorsed Michigan gubernatorial candidate, Attorney General Bill Schuette on Sunday.

President Donald Trump endorsed Michigan gubernatorial candidate, Attorney General Bill Schuette, Sunday morning on Twitter — or, rather, he endorsed "Attorney General Bill Shuette" [sic].

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For the vast majority of undergraduate students at the University of Michigan's Ann Arbor campus, the prospect of raising a family is remote –– something they do not imagine doing for another several years, or at least until they graduate.

After months of anticipation, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced the launch of his gubernatorial campaign Tuesday evening. Schuette already expected by political analysts to be the Republican frontrunner. 

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As the state legislature reconvened after their summer holiday, many congressmen expressed eagerness to implement new legislation.

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In a press conference Tuesday afternoon, United States Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao unveiled the release of the department’s new guidance for automated driving system safety, titled A Vision for

Kevin Lagrandeur, professor at the New York Institute of Technology and Fellow of the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technology, presents on the history of technological displacement of workers in Weiss Hall Monday.

Imagine a world in which new careers and those that are unheard of today, exist, and those careers that exist today are no longer available.

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The House of Representatives unanimously passed a bill that will pave the way for advancements in self-driving automobile technology. The bill, titled the “Safely Ensuring Lives Future Deployment and Research in Vehicle Evolution Act” or the “SELF DRIVE Act,” was supported by Rep.

Students protest in defense of DACA on the Diag Tuesday.

William Lopez, a postdoctoral fellow at the School of Social Work, noted many undocumented immigrants and their families were betting against the possibility of a rescission when they made the choice to register for DACA.