Organizers of the protest had set a goal of 11,000 uncommitted votes to show dissatisfaction with Biden’s support of Israel in the Israel-Hamas war.
No other 20th-century American novel did quite so much to burnish Brooklyn’s reputation. But Smith rarely saw her hometown through rose-colored glasses − and even grew to resent it.
The city often becomes a magnet for anti-Arab sentiment during election years and global conflicts; however, the more interesting story is what happens in the city when the spotlight is turned off.
The commission has tight deadlines to finalize new maps. 2 voting rights experts explain the messy situation.
In close races, support from the United Auto Workers and the rest of organized labor could prove decisive.
A battle over the voting districts in Detroit has landed in the Supreme Court, but any ruling may come too late for 2024 state elections.
Scholars who study disparities in early care and education answer five questions about Michigan’s Great Start Readiness Program.
Workers’ power is being recast as precarious workers in Africa experiment with new ways of organising in the digital age
A pipeline that has carried Canadian oil and gas across Wisconsin and Michigan for 70 years has become a symbol of fossil fuel politics and a test of local regulatory power.
A March of Dimes report gave the US a grade of D+ for maternal and infant health care, highlighting that the national preterm birth rate hit 10.5% in 2021, a record 15-year high.
More extreme rainfall and frequent storms are raising the risk that floodwaters could spill over dams, or that dams could fail.
A new analysis of standardized test scores from elementary schools in Michigan pinpoints when during the pandemic students fell most behind.
A gunman at Michigan State University shot dead three people before taking his own life. Two criminologists explain how the incident fits a pattern of campus attacks.
Abortion rights were on the ballot in five states during the midterm elections – all broke in favor of abortion-rights advocates.
Two men accused of planning to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in 2020 have been found guilty. Their backgrounds and the trial itself raise concerns about the role of extremism in America.
The perishable nature of agri-food products makes any delay at the Canada-U.S. border costly to farmers, businesses and consumers.
Fewer students enrolled in public school and more were home-schooled during the 2020-21 school year. Researchers analyzed records in Michigan to understand what drove parents to make these decisions.
Achieving widespread immunity to COVID-19 through vaccination requires as many people as possible to get their shots, including those who object or haven’t bothered.
Students who took part in the program scored 8% higher on the state science test than students who received traditional instruction, and demonstrated greater social and emotional learning.
Schools can consider virtual learning and other ways to reduce the negative impact of suspensions on student achievement.