Dearborn Board of Education approves two new administratorsTwo longtime administrators in Michigan's public school system will join the Dearborn Board of Education.
- Christopher Columbus statue vandalized in Detroit
- ACC honors community leaders, highlights refugees at annual gala
A silver lining in the war on ISIS?In the international war on ISIS, a hidden silver lining is emerging: serious self-criticism within Muslim society and growing convergence of opinion of world leaders on ISIS.
- The third Intifada may be underway
- Blue collar neighborhoods need better community policing
Israeli man stabs fellow Israeli Jew after 'mistaking him for Arab'An Israeli man was stabbed Tuesday afternoon after another Israeli Jew mistook him for an Arab. The stabbing comes after a wave of attacks by Palestinians and amid increasing tension and violence in the country.
- Israeli forces kill Palestinian youth in Jerusalem
- HRW urges release of Bahraini political prisoners
Deadly Arizona school shooting reported as Obama heads to Oregon
One person is dead and three others injured in a shooting early this morning at Northern Arizona University, according to university officials. A suspect is in custody.
- ISIS threat posted online against Fox News contributor
- New York's MTA must run 'Muslim' movie posters in subways
Community volunteers set out to make Detroit saferDetroiters have taken it upon themselves to make their communities safer, thanks to the Angel's Night Volunteer Campaign.The campaign, established by the Coleman A. Young administration, allows community members to sign up to patrol their streets during the last three days of October.
- Detroit crime is down, but still one of the most dangerous cities
- Dearborn Police arrest two for vehicle thefts
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
DIA preserves Middle Eastern art with revamped galleryDETROIT — As ISIS destroys artifacts and archaeological sites in Iraq and Syria, the Detroit Institute of Arts is preserving remnants of ancient times in the Fertile Crescent and other parts of the Middle East.
- Community reading program focused on Edgar Allan Poe launches this week
- Miss Arab USA discusses goals, women in the media
Perceived discrimination linked to smoking and poor dietFeeling like the target of discrimination may increase a person’s odds of harmful behaviors like smoking, eating fatty foods and getting less sleep, a study of African-Americans suggests.
- Study: Young people on antidepressants more prone to violence
- McDonald's to use only cage-free eggs by 2025