Former Congressman John Dingell hospitalizedDETROIT - Former Congressman John Dingell is back in the hospital and will undergo a heart procedure, his wife, Congresswoman Debbie Dingell, D-Dearborn, said in a press release on Tuesday.
- Judge denies plea bargain for Birmingham doctor who performed unnecessary surgeries
- Snyder appoints U of M attorney to state supreme court
Putin: Friend or foe in Syria?What Vladimir Putin is up to in Syria makes far more sense than what President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry appear to be up to in Syria.
- Pope Francis' call for compassion should be heard
- Hubbard's statue was removed, but the struggle continues
- An American pope with a challenge for America
- Subduing al-Quds: Israel’s high-stake game in al-Aqsa
- Stampedes are too common at Hajj; Saudi Arabia should be accountable
- Carson's anti-Muslim remarks: The party of Lincoln is becoming the party of Palin
- On "abeed" and "camel jockeys": Racial supremacy is a disease
Kurds gain ground against ISIS in IraqBAGHDAD — Kurdish forces said they drove ISIS militants out of villages near the oil city of Kirkuk in northern Iraq on Wednesday, in an offensive backed by airstrikes from the U.S.-led coalition.
- Saudi-led forces retake Red Sea strait in Yemen
- Russia bombs group trained by CIA in Syria, Iran to commit ground troops
- The Russian intervention in Syria: A turning point in international relations
- With peace prospects grim, Palestinians raise flag at U.N.
- Saudi airstrike kills at least 27 at Yemeni wedding
- ISIS suicide bomber kills 25 at Eid prayer in Sanaa
- More than 717 pilgrims die in stampede in worst Hajj disaster in 25 years
Civil rights activist Grace Boggs dies in Detroit at 100Grace Lee Boggs, an author and activist in the feminist, labor, civil rights and environmental justice movements, died in Detroit on Monday at the age of 100, according to her Facebook page.
- Oregon shooter singled out Christians
- Judge dismisses 9/11 victims' case against Saudi Arabia
- Congress averts government shutdown, sends funding measure to Obama
- Gunman kills nine at Oregon college, dies in shootout with police
- Trump says he would send Syrian refugees back if elected
- North Carolina poll: 72 percent of Republicans say a Muslim shouldn't be president
- Georgia executes a woman for the first time in 70 years
- Suspect identified in the planting of explosive that injured man
- Suspect lights garage fire, flees scene on bicycle
- Dearborn Police search for suspect in cash box theft
- Suspect in shooting of girlfriend and Mississippi professor left behind apology note
- Road rage led man to run over, kill Michigan firefighter
Flogged Saudi blogger Badawi named 'writer of courage' in BritainSaudi blogger Raif Badawi, who has been sentenced to 1,000 lashes and 10 years in jail for "insulting Islam," was named on Tuesday as the International Writer of Courage and PEN Pinter Prize co-recipient for 2015.
- Palestinians raise flag at U.N.
- Russia starts air strikes in Syria, tells U.S. to steer clear
Miss Arab USA discusses goals, women in the mediaThis past summer, Fabiola Al-Ibrahim, a 22-year-old of Syrian origin, was crowned as this year's Miss Arab USA. After moving to Syria with her mother in 2003, Al-Ibrahim witnessed the struggle of the less fortunate and knew she wanted to help them. Later, she decided to move to the United States to earn a medical degree so that she could help improve the medical advancements in Syria.
- Poetry corner: September
- Local artist to start art supply truck
Study: Young people on antidepressants more prone to violenceYoung people taking antidepressants such as Prozac and Seroxat are significantly more likely to commit violent crimes when they are on the medication, but taking higher doses of the drugs appears to reduce that risk, scientists said on Tuesday.
- McDonald's to use only cage-free eggs by 2025
- California Assembly approves assisted suicide bill