Ann Arbor Mayor Christopher Taylor at the City Council meeting at Larcom City Hall on Monday.

City Council voted 8-3 Monday night against an amendment to the Ann Arbor's proposed budget for the 2018 fiscal year that would have defunded the city's controversial dee

Protesters hold signs at the Save the EPA press conference outside the National Vehicle and Fuel Emission Laboratory on Monday.

On Monday afternoon, U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell (D–Michigan) addressed a crowd of approximately 70 media personnel, Environmental Protection Agency employees and environment advocates on the 2000 block of Traverwood Drive, outside the EPA office in Ann Arbor.

On Wednesday, an online scam targeting Gmail accounts took over the internet.


On Friday, four University of Michigan research projects received almost $500,000 total in grant money from the Graham Sustainability Institute

Pro-life protesters stand outside Planned Parenthood in Ann Arbor on Saturday.

At noon on Saturday, 75 high school students, Ann Arbor residents and anti-abortion advocates gathered for a protest and vigil outside two Planned Parenthood facilities in Ann Arbor.


As of Friday afternoon, the Chez Betty food co-op, located on North Campus, will remain open.

Rackham student Mina Jafari presents her poster at the MICDE symposium on Tuesday.

The Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering hosted its annual symposium Tuesday, showcasing the scientific research of University of Michigan students, faculty and professionals from around the world.

Kevin Graffagnino is the director of the Clements Library.

It was a dismal, Michigan morning — cloudy, with raindrops that didn’t warrant the use of an umbrella but were heavy enough for me to put up my sweatshirt hood — and it was my first semester at the University of Michigan when I went to the Bentley Historical Library on North Campus for the


Following the election and subsequent inauguration of President Donald Trump, the liberal-leaning campus has seen several politically charged protests varying from small vigils to large marches, attracting thousands to the Diag this year.

University of Texas at Austin Professor Dr. Denise A. Spellberg gives the keynote speech about Thomas Jefferson's connection with Islam as part of the Interdisciplinary Islamic Studies Seminar Symposium on Thursday.

Denise A. Spellberg, a professor of history at The University of Texas at Austin, headlined the annual Interdisciplinary Islamic Studies Seminar Symposium on Thursday where she discussed Thomas Jefferson’s connection with Islam.