ACRL awards anti-discrimination leaders at fourth annual Fight for Justice galaAt its fourth annual Fight for Justice Gala, the Arab-American Civil Rights League awarded Hilary O. Shelton, the NAACP's Washington Bureau director and senior vice president for advocacy, the Ahmed and Rehab Amer Lifelong Pursuit of Justice Leadership Award.
- Harassment at airports takes center stage at BRIDGES meeting
- Community urged to ignore anti-Muslim protesters
- Michigan's senators sign letter to increase aid to refugees
- Right wing social media users call for bombing Dearborn after Fox report
- Former Congressman John Dingell hospitalized
- 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
ISIS threat posted online against Fox News contributorWASHINGTON – A supporter of Islamic State militants has issued a threat against Fox News contributor Rob O'Neill, the former U.S. Navy SEAL who says he fired the shot that killed Osama bin Laden, and also posted the ex-commando's purported home address in Montana on-line.
- New York's MTA must run 'Muslim' movie posters in subways
- FBI says it disrupted activities of dozens of potential IS recruits
Dearborn Police arrest two for vehicle theftsDEARBORN— Police arrested two suspects who were allegedly involved in larcenies on Wednesday, Oct. 7.
- Students arrested after tweet threatens school shooting
- Driver shoots suspect in attempted car jacking at Dearborn gas stion
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
Community reading program focused on Edgar Allan Poe launches this weekThe Big Read Dearborn is about to begin. The community-wide reading initiative will launch Thursday, Oct. 8 with an introduction to the 19th-century poet and mystery and macabre writer Edgar Allan Poe.
- Miss Arab USA discusses goals, women in the media
- Poetry corner: September
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