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.
Videos: See What the Detroit Historical Museum Delivers in Detroit '67: Perspectives
A short promo and three minutes of interview excerpts preview an attention-grabbing exhibit, on view Saturday, about a summer that shook Detroit and still shapes it.
Politics Podcast: The 2018 U.S. Senate Race and More
Bill Ballenger and Dennis Denno, veterans of Michigan politics, discuss issues of the day in "The Friday Morning Podcast," posted in partnership with Deadline Detroit.
Detroit Judge Temporarily Blocks Iraqis' Deportation
“We are thankful and relieved that our clients will not be immediately sent to Iraq, where they face grave danger of persecution, torture or death," says the ACLU's Michael Steinberg.
Detroit Land Bank Authority Will Pay $5 Million In Dispute Over Demolition Invoices
Mayor Mike Duggan is running for re-election this year, and his most visible opponent, state Sen. Coleman A. Young II, has tried to make the demolition program a campaign issue.
China's Alibaba Considers Detrioit Distribution Center
"Detroit has made such an impression on us," says a founder of Alibaba, China's giant ecommerce retailer.
Watch Award-Winning Hip Hop Video on Detroit's Mass Tax Foreclosures
"Take tha House Back' won the Best Hip Video at the American Music Video Festival in Charlotte, N.C. over the weekend.
Commentary: Mr. Harbaugh Goes to Washington to Talk Justice
Jim Harbaugh went to the U.S. Senate, not to filibuster, but to testify about Americans having equal access to justice, writes retired Judge Brian MacKenzie.
Update: Judge Strikes Down Request to Halt Funding of Pistons Move to Detroit
The blocking of funds for the project would cause "catastrophic damage to the status quo," wrote U.S. District Judge Mark Goldsmith.
Commentary: Why I Fight Mass Deportation of Metro Detroit Iraqis
"Sending them to a war zone that our country has already found to have genocide against them, to me, is not justice," Chaldean-American attorney Clarence Dass writes.
Coleman Young Goes on the Attack, Wants Special Prosecutor for Detroit Demolitions
State Sen. Coleman Young says the Attorney General in Washington to appoint a special prosecutor to take over the federal investigation into Detroit demolitions.
State Chief Medical Officer Hid Flint Data, WSU Doctor Says
Eden Wells is charged with lying to a special police agent and obstructing justice.
Local Chaldean Supporters of Trump Feel Betrayed
"We voted for Trump," Lina Denha tells Niraj Warikoo of the Detroit Free Press. "That's what we get from him?"
Detroit Chamber Won't Move Mackinac Policy Conference®
Four days after the latest event, the Detroit Regional Chamber applied to register the name and a hashtag.
Hail to the Victors: Harbaugh Wants the Obamas to Be Honorary Captains
"Yeah, we're in the process of making an official ask," Jim Harbaugh says.