Director Kathryn Bigelow Hopes President Trump Sees 'Detroit'
"The film is a kind of indictment against the pervasiveness of racism."
Senate Hopeful Says Twitter Page Hacked; She Never 'Liked' David Duke Postings
The Twitter account for GOP U.S. Senate hopeful Lena Epstein, who is Jewish, shows her liking posts by David Duke. She claims the account was hacked.
Politics Podcast: Can a Pro-Life Tea Party Conservative Become Governor?
Can Democrats and Republicans in Lansing work together? Bill Ballenger and Dennis Denno, veterans of Michigan politics, discuss these issues and more on their weekly podcast.
'You Have to Wonder Whether This Presidency Is Salvageable' -- Nolan Finley
"No administration has disintegrated this rapidly," The Detrroit News' opinion editor says in a sharp-edged column about the Republican his paper didn't endorse.
'We've Never Had Anything Like This' U.S. President -- Jack Lessenberry
"We have an all-encompassing problem," the Michigan Radio commentator says, "and it is not limited to the chief executive's willingness to legitimize hate groups."
After Charlottesville, Some Push to Remove Orville Hubbard Statue in Dearborn
"Do the right thing and take it doown now!" Christopher Zatzke writes to the city council.
Mayor Duggan Unveils 10-Point Plan for Detroit Neighborhoods
The plan includes doubling the rate of commercial demolitions. There are still far too many vacant, boarded-up commercial buildings on streets like Grand River.
In a Hot Seat: Ex-Mich. GOP Chair, Now Leading Party, Has Different Stance Than Trump
Ronna Romney McDaniel, granddaughter of a 1960s Michigan governor, tiptoes on a shaky tightrope. "I don't think comparing blame works in this situation," she says of Virginia violence.
See Why the County Attorney Calls Macomb Clerk Karen Spranger 'Shameful'
"Chaos continues," says Michigan Radio atop its update on County Clerk Karen Spranger, who it says is "widely viewed as incompetent and unstable."
Pointed Darts: Mich. Lawmakers, Including GOP, React Sharply to Trump's Defiance
"You can't be a 'very fine person' and be a white supremacist," tweets Rep. Paul Mitchell, a Republican whose district includes parts of Macomb County.
Lengel: A QLine Conversation Should Make Duggan Rethink What's 'Fiction'
Mayor Mike Duggan calls the narrative about a divide between downtown and the neighborhoods "fiction." A streetcar conversation suggests otherwise.
No Waffling: 3 Michigan Political Leaders Tell Why They Abhor What Happened in Va.
Mike Duggan, Rick Snyder and Ronna Romney McDaniel (pictured) leave no squishiness or wiggle room -- such as referring to misdeeds "on many sides," as the president initially claimed
Still Sassy After All These Years: 788,000 Twitter Users Like These Dingell Tweets
The ex-congressman is known for pointed tweets, particularly against President Trump. A Sunday pair draw 7,300 comments, more than 274,000 retweets and 788,000 "likes."