Aspiring journalist wins prestigious statewide essay contestDEARBORN—Sukayna Davanzo, a 13-year-old eighth grader who attends Lowrey Middle School won third place in a prestigious statewide essay contest.
- AAYSP awards 19 scholarships to deserving high school seniors
- Greater West Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce honors Iraqi American humanitarian
Seven members of Yemeni family killed in Saudi-led strikeSeven members of a family were killed in an overnight strike by Saudi-led warplanes on a border village in northern Yemen, residents said, as heavy clashes erupted across the frontier after Houthi fire killed one Saudi citizen.
- Students respond with "leg selfies" to Algerian university dress code
- Palestinians to press on suspending Israel from FIFA
Appeals court rules with states challenging Obama's immigration actionPresident Barack Obama delivers remarks at the Memorial Day observance at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia May 25
- Texas police seek gang truce, end of bloodshed after deadly brawl
- Mother of reporter missing three years in Syria urges U.S. help
- Muslims decry double standards following bail of former congressional candidate who plotted attack
- Nine killed in gun battle among Texas biker gangs
- Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev sentenced to death
- House approves measure to end NSA bulk collection of phone data
- Bill Clinton calls for ‘radical inclusion’ in a multi-ethnic America
Family of 20-year-old fatally shot by ICE agent speaks outDETROIT—The family of Terrence Kellom and various community groups held a press conference on Tuesday to speak out against the 20-year-old's shooting death.
- Third U of M fraternity member arraigned in resort vandalism
- Worthy brings charges against former Inkster cop
Vatican recognizes state of Palestine
The Vatican concluded its first treaty that formally recognises the State of Palestine, with an agreement on Catholic Church activities in areas controlled by the Palestinian Authority, the Holy See said on Wednesday.
- U.N. invites Syrian parties to peace talks in Geneva
- U.S. Iran bill makes nuclear deal harder, but not impossible
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