Nolan Finley Gives Trump a 'C' for First 100 Days
"The first three months-plus have seen a lot of rookie mistakes, and some really dumb moves. The negatives make for easy pickings," Nolan Finley writes.
Lessenberry on 'Reverse Racism, Liberal Hypocrisy' and the Sen. Bert Johnson Mess
Jack Lessenberry slams "white liberals and the Democratic Party establishment [who] enabled Johnson and other black politicians guilty of bad behavior."
New Macomb Clerk Claims Her Residence Is Home Where Water Hasn't Run in Years
Karen Spranger listed the house on Hudson as place of residence when she filed for election. But questions arise.
Let's Make Michigan a Sanctuary State, Says Democratic Candidate for Governor
The state of California is pushing back against the Trump administration's policies. Democrat candidate for governor, Abdul El-Sayed, wants to do the same.
Duggan 'Surrounds Himself with Fawning Happy Blacks,' Says Tom Barrow
"Some Blacks now feel compelled to show themselves as 'fair' and 'color-blind' and claim that race does not matter," Tom Barrow writes in an open letter.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren: 'I've Come to Detroit Today in a Moment of Crisis'
The NAACP dinner speaker also has sharp words for Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions, saying he's on a mission to turn back the clock 157 years to 1860, start of the Civil War.
Local Commentator Says Hannity May Have Retaliated Over Hotel Invitation Rebuff
"Comments about me on a radio show this week by this individual are 100% false and a complete fabrication," Hannity tells Deadline Detroit.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren Gives Main Address at Detroit NAACP Dinner Tonight
U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters will receive the chapter's Lifetime Achievement Award.
Kid Rock and Nugent, Part 2: Clowning at Hillary Clinton Portrait Stirs Rebukes
"There's class and there's this," tweets the editor-publisher of Crain's Detroit Business. Others also question the apparent sneers by two White House guests from Michigan.
Dan Gilbert's Quicken Loans Gave $750,000 to President Trump's Inauguration Fund
Quicken Loans donated more than corporate giants like Chevron ($525,000) and JPMorgan Chase and Co. ($500,000).
Ex-State Sen. Virgil Smith, a Freed Convict, Wants Detroit Council Seat
Smith, imprisoned 10 months for shooting at his ex-wife’s car. would run against Council President Pro Tem George Cushingberry, who had his law license suspended.
Juggler: City Finance Director Worked for 3 Suburbs at Same Time, and Still Serves 2
"When you hire good people they will be in demand," Novi's city manager says of the busy appointee, who also managed finances for River Rouge.
Employee Who Allegedly Had Affair With Mayor Fouts Works in His Office Again
In 2014, the media reported Amanda Mika, Mayor James Fouts' staff assistant, was seen in a video holding his hand on Michigan Avenue in Chicago.
Macomb Clerk Ducks in Bathroom, Calls 911 to Avoid WDIV Reporter Priya Mann
Deputies explained “that the press is within their constitutional rights to be on the premises of a public building and request comments from public employees," a police report says.