Metro Detroit's Five March for Our Lives Events Are Part of Wide Focus on Gun Laws
Harry Susalla, a high school senior from Grosse Pointe, is a Detroit march organizer.
Politics Podcast: State Senator Fires Back at MSU's Engler Over Nassar Legislation
Bill Ballenger and Dennis Denno, veterans of Michigan politics, discuss timely issues on "The Friday Morning Podcast," sponsored by Deadline Detroit.
Ex-Detroit Preschool Teacher-Turned Playboy Playmate to Discuss Trump on CNN
Stormy Daniels and former Playboy Playmate Karen McDougal tell strikingly similar stories about their experiences with Trump.
3 Detroit Golf Courses Will Stay Open After All
Some council members publicly criticized the administration for an imminent closure announcement, including Council President Brenda Jones.
Lengel: Something Stinks About Gilbert Keeping Secret Tax Incentives Offered Amazon
Because of Dan Gilbert, the public has no idea how many billions of dollars in tax breaks Amazon was offered to come to Detroit.
Whitmer Scores a Big One: UAW Endorses Her
The latest announcement puts most unions and establishment figures in the Democratic Party behind her, including Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and former Gov. James Blanchard.
Will Students, Parents and Taxpayers Have to Pay for Larry Nassar Lawsuits?
MSU can't use its endowment to help pay off lawsuits in the Larry Nassar scandal, says Interim President John Engler.
Officials Think They Can Oust Macomb Clerk Karen Spranger
"This is really the best way to end this – in the courts," Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel tells the Freep.
Push Detroit's Last Call to 4 a.m.? That's What a Longshot Senate Bill Would Do
"Detroit's at a disadvantage for having a central business district that can go into later hours," says State Sen. Dennis Hertel, D-East Lansing.
Politics Podcast: Convictions, Resignations, Incarcerations of 2 Democratic Senators
Has anything like the convictions, resignations and incarceration of Democratic Sens. Virgil Smith and Bert Johnson happened before? Yes! with a few caveats.
Stormy Daniels, Trump's Ongoing Headache, Reschedules Detroit Visit for April
Stormy Daniels is determined to capitalize on an affair she says she had with Trump years before he became commander in chief.
Engler Accuses Lawmakers of Interfering in Nassar Suits; Victims Say He Lies
"You actually slowed down the momentum. That’s what you did," MSU Interim President John Engler tells lawmakers.
Detroit Owes Demolition Contractors Millions of Dollars
The dispute has raised concerns the delay in payments could put small contractors out of business or cause them to drop out of the demolition program, the Freep reports.
Trump Administration's Latest Fib is Imported from Detroit (Sort of)
A HUD spokesman denied that Ben Carson and his wife were involved in picking a costly dining set selection. It's not true.
Walkouts: 'A Unique Educational Moment' -- Howard Simon, Past Michigan ACLU Head
Jenna Friedman, a Walled Lake Central High sophomore, participates in this morning's national student protests against gun violence. (Twitter photo)