This election season has been marred by vulgarity, insults and incivility. But the negativity should not discourage you from casting your vote on Aug. 2.
BOSTON - A story of a jewish man who warmly greeted a Muslim mother and her children at a Barnes & Noble and bought them gifts, has gone viral.
DETROIT — Arabs and African Americans appear to have a common struggle against white supremacy.
DEARBORN – The primary election held on Tuesday, August 2nd will determine the fate of candidates in a variety of races, including Congressional, state Legislative, county, and judicial contests.
The Michigan Attorney General's Office said on Thursday it will bring a second round of criminal charges related to the investigation into dangerous lead levels in the city of Flint's drinking water.
PHILADELPHIA - U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will tell the Democratic National Convention on Thursday that Americans face challenges at home and abroad that require steady leadership in the White House.
The refugee camp of Yarmouk was ever present in his being, pulling him in and out of an abyss of persistent fears that urged him to never return.
DEARBORN — According to Detroit Regional Chamber President Sandy Baruah, the Chamber's number one job is to attract capital, talent and business investment into the 11 counties in southeast Michigan.