Michigan's Betsy DeVos Worst Trump Cabinet Member, NY Times Readers Say
"DeVos really hates public schools — something you don’t find often in a secretary of education," writes columnist Gail Collins.
Fisher Premiere Wednesday: A Film About How 'Detroiters Never Give Up'
"This is a film about the power and necessity of community action in Detroit," says the first-time director.
'Last White Household in Our Neighborhood:' Writer Looks at '67 Detroit
Sherri Welch recalls "black-and-white pictures of shattered Detroit storefronts that my dad took during the riots."
Are You a 'Survivor?' Tell the Casting Camera in Auburn Hills
Interested in a tryout? Here's when to show up and what to bring for the show's first open casting call in Metro Detroit since 2014.
Sam Richardson, Co-Star of 'Detroiters,' Talks About Growing Up in Detroit and Ghana
"I grew up between Detroit and Ghana. My mother's from Ghana. My father's from Detroit," the comic tells Stephen Colbert.
Listen to My Nephew Deliver '5 Lies to Tell Your Mom' On Mojo In the Morning
My nephew's mom wasn't happy with the biggest lie he told her while they were on Mojo in The Morning.
Battle Between 2 Cable Stations Escalates; Minister Who Embraced Trump Owns One
The Impact Network, run by Bishop Wayne Jackson of Detroit, is "inferior," says The Word Network.
Who Me, Sexist? 'I Disagree, and This Is Why,' Jack Lessenberry Responds
This Michigan Radio commentator replies to critics of a "most attractive" remark about gubernatorial candidate Gretchen Whitmer and her possible family-vs-politics concerns.
CNN's Soledad O'Brien Will Host Panel After 'United States of Detroit' Screening
Tyler Norwood's film focuses on grassroots groups in Detroit neighborhoods working to bring them back. See the documentary's trailer here.
'No Possible Harm:' Beer Is Safer Than Water, Stroh's Boasts in 1907 Ad
Typhoid risk vs. sterilized beer is the choice for Detroit Free Press readers in a June 6, 1907 advertisement.
Click Here to Watch Mackinac Policy Conference Live
For the seventh year, the Detroit Regional Chamber and Detroit Public Television collaborate to stream the Mackinac Policy Conference.
Book Excerpt: 'The Events of 1967 Are Sadly Relevant' Now, Thomas Sugrue Writes
"Half a century after 1967, Detroit remains near the top of the list of America's most racially divided metropolitan areas," the noted historian says in a new book.
Larry Wright, Past Detroit News Cartoonist Who Was Syndicated, Dies at 77
“Larry had this old-fashioned notion that to be funny and make a point, you didn’t have to be mean or over the top,” saays Tom Bray, former editorial page editor for The News.