The former president is planning a rally he previously said would feature union workers, but the Michigan plant he's stopping at doesn't have a UAW shop.
Falling real wages and high corporate profits have fomented militancy on the picket lines at Ford, GM and Stellantis.
The announcer's dismissive remark on "Thursday Night Football" had the Lions faithful roaring.
The contracts for 150,000 autoworkers expire next month, creating the possibility of a large-scale walkout.
In a lawsuit filed against the city of Detroit, Porcha Woodruff claims she was wrongfully accused of armed robbery and carjacking.
The R&B artist apologized for losing her composure after the incident at a Detroit music festival.
The victim was reportedly an "innocent bystander" in the confrontation, and suffered second- and third-degree burns after being doused with acid.
"Wynter’s brief but bright life was taken from her unnecessarily, and we will grieve her death forever,” said the Michigan girl's family.
Kenneth Nixon accuses the Detroit Police Department of framing him. His lawsuit seeks to avenge his 16 lost years.
The child was sitting in a baby bouncer when his older brother shot him with a loaded, semi-automatic weapon that had been left in the house.