Podcast #3: 'The Charlie LeDuff No BS Hour!' with Outspoken Judge Vonda Evans
This week's podcast focuses on Third Circuit Court Judge Vonda Evans, who tears down the house, commenting on an FBI wiretap, Brett Kavanaugh and other matters.
Popular National Podcast to Feature the Motor City and Kwame Kilpatrick
The first episode, premiering Oct. 1 exclusively on Spotify, takes listeners back to the early 1970s and the rise of the controversial police unit STRESS.
Nassar Judge: Appalling Bill Schuette Ad Politicizes Nassar Scandal
The GOP "really shouldn’t be politicizing the Nassar case," Judge Rosemarie Aquilina says.
Whitmer Calls Schuette Campaign Ad a "Callous, Craven' Lie
An online ad by the Bill Schuette camp suggests that Gretchen Whitmer refused to prosecute Larry Nassar as interim Ingham County prosecutor in 2016.
Bill Schuette Probes Priest Sexual Abuse of Children
"A full and complete investigation of what happened within the Catholic Church is required."
Politics Podcast: Detroit's Motivation to Vote; Interview with Ex-Sen. Buzz Thomas
The podcast includes an Interview with former state Sen. Buzz Thomas, D-Detroit, the only African-American to serve in top leadership spots in both chambers.
Prominent GOP Figures Vow to Help Gretchen Whitmer Get Elected Governor
"It just became clear we should support Gretchen Whitmer," Jim Haverman says.
Reviews: Moore's Latest Called 'a Mess,' 'Petty,' 'Cheap, 'Indulgent,' 'Disjointed'
"He cannot resist indulging in his own petty desires in the film," the Chicago Tribune writes of "Fahrenheit 11/9." We also excerpt five other reviews.
Controversy Brews: 50-Plus Businesses Protest GR Chamber's Schuette Endorsement
The protest is over a view that Attorney Bill Schuette has a poor record when it comes to the rights of people, including members of the LGBT community.
Grosse Pointe Shores Councilman Mocks Brett Kavanaugh Accuser Christine Ford
"This circus that's going on with Judge Kavanaugh is really a sad testimony of where we have gone politically and it needs to be addressed," Councilman Matthew Seely says.
Bill Johnson Guest Column: Detroit Should Avoid Tax Breaks That Are Corporate Bribes
"As the city goes after mega-deals, it may be driving other prospects away," says this former editorial writer and columnist, who also lists other drawbacks.
John Dingell, 92, Hospitalized After Heart Attack
His wife, U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell, tweets that he's in good spirits after being admitted to Henry Ford Hospital.
Politics Podcast: Polls Shows Whitmer, Stabenow More Popular Than Trump, Schuette
Bill Ballenger and Dennis Denno discuss fresh issues on "The Friday Morning Podcast."