Four city council members in Ann Arbor, Michigan knelt for the Pledge of Allegiance after their meeting was called to order on Monday night.
The “Women’s Convention,” a meeting tied to the “Women’s March” movement, is keeping some people out because of its price tag: $295 for adults and $125 for students.
Chelsea Clinton falsely tweeted Friday that the Michigan House of Representatives had voted to allow emergency medical providers choice in treating patients, specifically giving EMTs the option to deny treatment to gay patients.
Potential U.S. Senate candidate and musician Kid Rock told off racists and white supremacists during a strongly-worded rant at his concert Wednesday.
A fraternity at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor canceled a Nile River-themed welcome party after being condemned by fellow students for “appropriating Egyptian culture.”
Musician Robert Ritchie, more commonly known as “Kid Rock,” may not be able to use his stage name on the ballot in Michigan next year if he ends up running for the Senate.
The House Ethics Committee announced Wednesday that it will extend its inquiry into Rep. John Conyers’s (D., Mich.) payments to his former Chief of Staff.
Half of the eight candidates running in the primary for mayor of Detroit, Mich. next week have been convicted of felony crimes.