The story didn’t garner as much attention as some others in recent weeks. Some of the stories that have been in the limelight are accounts of the investigation of Russia’s alleged meddling into the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
In today’s world, information is everywhere, it surrounds us. We have billions of pieces of information in our pocket each day. Anyone with a smartphone can look up just about anything in seconds.
Grant Berry apologizes for last month’s column about girls and sports.
The resignation of Congressman John Conyers, who served metro Detroit for 53 years in Washington, is a tragedy. A wasted end to a storied career.
The Joint Committee on Taxation and the Congressional Budget Office note that by 2027 those making $40,000 to $50,000 a year will pay a combined $5.3 billion more in taxes. At the same time, those earning more than $1 million will wind up with a $5.8 billion tax cut.
New information regarding Enbridge's Line 5 pipeline is alarming and has brought to light previously unknown weaknesses in the infrastructure running under the Straits of Mackinac. Gov. Rick Snyder hasn't wasted time in working out a legal agreement with the Canadian company, and that's the right approach.
The old adage for getting to the airport in time has been at least an hour before your flight. Or is that an hour and a half? Hannah Golden, for a post on the elitedaily.com website, has her opinion.
It would be foolish to pay too much attention to early polling results, but no one should be surprised to learn that the partisan primary process may fail to deliver the Democratic candidate with the strongest general election appeal.
Imagine it: You've just answered a classified ad and made a purchase, buying what you think is a hidden treasure that someone else was just trying to get rid of.
This disparity of wealth and income has been growing since the late 1970s, and has been accelerated by reckless tax cuts on the rich in the 2000s under President Bush 43, and would be further exacerbated by the proposed tax cuts on the wealthiest Americans and large corporations.
To argue that some forms of sexual violence outweigh others is a cheap deflection designed to muddy the waters. Any nonconsensual sexual act is a crime.
News seems to be breaking all over, as if the scandal that follows Donald Trump has unleashed an unholy flashlight that shines brightly on all our flaws.
In a post for its official blog, U.S. Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Paul Zukunft lays out the reasons to be thankful for the service he oversees.
My name is Michael Gross. I work for a manufacturing company here in Ottawa County. I have a lovely wife and four daughters, all grown now. I am a conservative, middle-class, and a Republican,
I learned long ago that coaching isn’t easy.