Community turns out in droves for The Arab American News’ 30th anniversary dinnerDEARBORN—The approximately 800 people who attended The Arab American News’ 30th anniversary banquet Thursday, April 23 at the Bint Jebail Cultural Center serves to demonstrate the degree of the admiration, respect and love the community has for the publication.
- Rep. Dingell urges State Department to take action to protect Americans in Yemen
- Prosecutor Worthy announces no charges to be made in Kroger incident, Muslim man says children are seeking therapy
Thank you for your supportThe Arab American News' 30th anniversary dinner was not only a testament to its influence, but to the growing success of Arab Americans.
- America's moral failure: Abandoning U.S. citizens in Yemen
- Rosa Parks should be the face of the $20 bill
Egyptian poet Abdel Rahman al-Abnudi diesCAIRO — Egyptian poet Abdel Rahman al-Abnudi, widely known for his revolutionary verse and criticism of two toppled presidents, diedTuesday at the age of 76, his wife said.
- Civilian death toll in Yemen exceeds 550; airstrikes continue
- Lebanese Armenians commemorate the genocide centennial
Judge orders NY transit agency to run 'Muslims Kill Jews' adNEW YORK — A federal judge on Tuesday ordered New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority to display on its buses a controversial ad that refers to Muslims killing Jews, rejecting the argument that the ad could incite terrorism or imminent violence.
- U.S. top court makes it easier for people to sue the government
- South Carolina teen 'seduced' by ISIS sentenced on gun charge
- San Francisco man stuck in Yemen sues State Department for seizing U.S. passport
- Ex-Blackwater guards sentenced to prison in Baghdad killings
- Hillary Clinton run for presidency, begins campaign trail
- Muslims expected to surpass Jews as second-largest U.S. religious group
- Clinton tries again to crack 'highest glass ceiling' with White House bid
Third U of M fraternity member arraigned in resort vandalismGAYLORD — A third member of the University of Michigan fraternity that caused thousands of dollars in damage to the Treetops Resort in January has been arraigned on a felony count of malicious destruction of a building greater than $1,000 and less than $20,000
- Worthy brings charges against former Inkster cop
- Dearborn resident sentenced in Medicare fraud conspiracy
- Dearborn police looking for armed robbery suspect
- Detroit man said Inkster police targeted him because of race
- Dearborn man sues Detroit police in federal court
- Judge sentences Bassel Abdul-Amir Saad to 8-15 years in prison
- Eleven charged with fraudulently using personal information of Blue Cross subscribers
U.N. invites Syrian parties to peace talks in GenevaUNITED NATIONS — United Nations Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura has invited Syria's government and opposition groups for separate talks in Geneva next month in the latest bid to end the four-year-old civil war, a U.N. spokesman said on Friday.
- U.S. Iran bill makes nuclear deal harder, but not impossible
- UN warns of slaughter of innocents at ISIS-controled Yarmouk
Comedian Nemr: Laughter brings people togetherLanguage, food, clothes and lifestyles vary across ethnic groups and geographical regions, but to Lebanese American comedian Nemr Abou Nassar, humor transcends all cultural barriers; it is universal.
- Michigan film incentive positively impacts Arab actors and minority filmmakers
- Renowned controversial Lebanese poet Said Akl dies at 102
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan stresses snow shoveling safetyDETROIT — This past weekend, Michigan experienced its third largest snowfall since 1880, forcing residents to head outdoors to clear driveways and walkways.
- Government approves Medicare coverage for lung cancer screening
- Steps to prepare for severe winter