by Scott Keyes Feb 1, 2016
The Mitten State has gone blue every presidential election since 1988, yet five of the seven gubernatorial votes since then have elected Republicans. That could soon change.
by Bryce Covert Jan 28, 2016
The state office building in Flint had water coolers next to its water fountains a year before the National Guard handed water out to residents.
by Bryce Covert Jan 26, 2016
All the efforts to investigate the situation thus far have been "pathetic," he said.
by Josh Israel Jan 25, 2016
Flint could have apparently saved 20 percent on water by not switching to the lead-contaminated Flint River, but did not.
Schuette's office is also responsible for defending Snyder in a class action lawsuit related to the crisis.
by Alice Ollstein Jan 20, 2016
"We don't need scientists to tell us that brown water is not good."
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Jan 18, 2016
"Politicizing the issue doesn’t help matters," Snyder said.
by Alice Ollstein Jan 17, 2016
The president has declared a state of emergency in the impoverished city, but the debate moderators had other priorities.
by Alex Zielinski Jan 15, 2016
The three plaintiffs demand reparations for "irreversible" wrongdoings.
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.