by Justin Salhani Nov 24, 2015
As anti-Muslim sentiment intensifies here, so does the community’s fear.
by Beenish Ahmed Nov 20, 2015
He maintained that his concerns about refugee resettlement didn't stem from partisan beliefs, however.
by Aviva Shen Nov 16, 2015
American Muslims are already facing threats on social media and calls for increased surveillance.
by Alan Pyke Nov 10, 2015
As Detroit celebrates the anniversary of its exit from bankruptcy, nearby Flint is preparing to close water pipes in December.
by Sam P.K. Collins Sep 25, 2015
"It's our professional obligation to care for the children of Flint if we know something."
by Alan Pyke Aug 19, 2015
Just months after the shrinking Rust Belt city emerged from a long financial emergency, a judge's order protecting residents' access to water could uproot its new balance.
by Ian Millhiser Aug 17, 2015
A Michigan judge held last week that a Grand Rapids man may carry a gun inside his daughter's school -- provided he carries it out in the open where it is most likely to panic students and teachers.
by Alan Pyke Jul 17, 2015
Michigan is switching from one for-profit food vendor in its prisons to another after a litany of health and safety scandals.
by Bryce Covert Jun 26, 2015
Michigan is on the verge of banning local governments from increasing their own worker protections.
by Zack Ford Jun 10, 2015 Updated: Jun 11, 2015
Gov. Rick Snyder said he'd veto "religious freedom" legislation like Indiana's — this "license to discriminate" for adoption agencies is no different.