Sidney Powell, Lin Wood and others must pay the legal fees of Michigan officials they targeted to try to overturn 2020 presidential election results.
The former Teamsters boss was last seen on July 30, 1975, when he was to meet with two reputed mobsters.
About $600 million is coming from the state of Michigan, which was accused of repeatedly overlooking the devastating risks of switching Flint’s water source in 2014.
Detroit's Victor Williams casually delivered his report about a new skatepark in the coolest way possible.
Now, that's respect.
The Hall of Fame pitcher will have to undergo bias training.
The recall covers certain 2015 and 2016 Chevrolet and GMC Sierra 1500, 2500, and 3500 trucks.
A report from Detroit, where officials are fighting against generations of health care segregation and mistrust of the medical establishment.
An anonymous donor has pledged to cover the cost of the $80 ticket to students who get vaccinated against COVID-19
Detroit pizzeria owner Tony Sacco was so upset over people getting $150 tickets for unwittingly parking in a handicap zone that he painted the street himself.
“It took all three of us to heave her over the side of the boat,” the crew said.
Akil Baddoo of the Detroit Tigers had never played above Single-A ball.
Pizza businesses are surviving thanks to their delivery model, but these square pies are taking America by storm.
Trump and his campaign have waged a war on the election system, relying heavily on baseless allegations of fraud in cities with large Black and brown communities.
The GOP officials caused a deadlock when they initially balked at a routine action. The public was not happy -- and the officials flip-flopped.
Republican members of a Michigan county canvassers board struck a last-minute compromise to certify election results after they initially refused.
Republicans on the Wayne County Board of Canvassers only wanted to certify votes from the white suburbs of mostly Black Detroit, but reversed under pressure.
A Trump staffer compared the president's exit to the 1991 court walk-off by the Detroit Pistons, who refused to shake hands with the Chicago Bulls, CNN reports.
Donald Trump wanted his supporters to "go into the polls and watch very carefully" in Democratic cities. Here's how that played out in Detroit.
“Stop the count!” the Trump supporters chanted in Detroit.