Meeting the challenges of the fake news epidemicDEARBORN — Social media has allowed old friends to reconnect and family members to stay in contact, but it has also become a breeding ground for the spread of false news and fake stories, which have become nothing short of an epidemic in recent years.
- State representatives, activists prepare to squash anti-refugee bill
- The importance of bridging cultures in the classroom
Shed extremism, restore America to greatness"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free."
- Fatah, hold your applause: Palestinian body politic rotten to the core
- Senate Passes a dumb and dangerous bill
Iraqi troops retreat after Mosul hospital battleBAGHDAD — Iraqi troops who seized a hospital deep inside Mosul believed to be used as an ISIS military base have retreated after a fierce counter-attack, giving up some of their biggest gains in a hard-fought seven-week campaign to recapture the city.
- Britain plans to deepen security cooperation with Gulf
- Iran president: Trump won't be able to harm the nuclear deal
- Rebels seek ceasefire with Syrian army closer to retaking Aleppo
- Pakistan mourns 47 killed in air crash, as investigators seek answers
- Twelve detained after Turkish dormitory fire kills schoolgirls
- Palestinian president seeks Trump support for independence
- Syrian government forces, rebels fight in southeast Aleppo
Family questions police motive in death of UAE studentOHIO - The family of a UAE student who was attending college in Ohio is demanding answers in his death, after he was shot by a police officer during a confrontation on Sunday, December 4.
- Trump nominates Ben Carson as HUD secretary
- High number of immigrants can be doctors but instead become taxi drivers
Arab student shot dead by police in OhioHUDSON, Ohio - A man who was murdered by a police officer during a pursuit on Sunday, December 4, has been identified as a citizen of the United Arab Emirates.
- Muslim woman pushed down flight of stairs in NYC subway
- Family of brutally beaten Muslim teen: "Trump is causing hate in Canada"
Producer forced to include 'terrorism' plot in pilot about Dearborn familyHOLLYWOOD - The New York Times has a stunning new feature out this week in which writers and show runners of shows like 24 and Quantico discuss the industry demand for terrorists and overall unfair treatment of Muslim actors and storylines.
- New hijab emojis likely to be added to smartphones next year
- ASIYA designs sports hijab for Muslim women
- Arab American National Museum empowers women through filmmaking program
- Cover girl selects Muslim woman as newest spokesperson
- Palestinian graphic novelist merges art and activism to tell refugees’ stories
- Morocco's king to cover pop singer's legal costs in French rape case
- HBO show pilot angers Somali Americans
Drowsy driving just as risky as drunk drivingLANSING — Drivers who miss two or three hours of sleep in a day face the same risk of an accident as those who are legally drunk, according to a AAA study on the sometimes-deadly consequences of being drowsy behind the wheel.
- Surgeon general report highlights e-cigarette epidemic among young adults
- Fewer U.S. children lack access to healthcare