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A glass ceiling shattered: Black and South Asian women celebrate Harris’...

When U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) entered the race for president in 2019, China Cochran, a political organizer and activist from Detroit, immediately backed...

‘I went to the polls for humanity’: Immigrant voters want DACA...

In the days leading up to the Nov. 3 election, Deysi Cordoba took to her keyboard: “Vote,” the 19-year-old nursing student from Grand Rapids...

Updated: Trump repeatedly attacks Whitmer during rally in governor’s hometown

Updated, 10:52 p.m., 10/27/20 President Donald Trump attacked Gov. Gretchen Whitmer four times during a rally in Lansing on Tuesday, relying on false claims about...

Former DHS official: Plot against Whitmer was ‘reminiscent’ of ISIS

Miles Taylor is one of several former President Trump administration senior officials who has now endorsed Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Taylor served as chief of...

Biden vows an immigration overhaul in his first 100 days as...

WASHINGTON — Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Thursday night distanced himself from the President Obama administration’s handling of undocumented people that led to...

Bergman wins ‘Trumpiest’ Michigan lawmaker in Axios rating

U.S. Rep. Jack Bergman (R-Watersmeet) was elected in 2016 when now-President Donald Trump won Michigan. And now Bergman has the highest loyalty rating for...

Unlock Michigan campaign forges on, even after Supreme Court ruling

The same day a GOP-linked group turned in nearly 540,000 petition signatures to repeal an emergency powers law Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has leaned on...

From health risks to racism, some international students decide studying in...

Wilson Chan, an international student from Hong Kong, expected to be back in Ann Arbor this fall, starting his senior year at the University...

Congress launches inquiry into claims about gynecological procedures at immigrant facility

Top U.S. House Democrats are investigating a whistleblower’s allegations that immigrant women in a Georgia detention center endured gynecological procedures without their consent or...

Immigration agency cuts of 800 jobs expected to trigger backlogs, delays

WASHINGTON — Some members of Congress scored a victory last month when a federal immigration agency backed off plans that would have led to...

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