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Updated: Trump signs behemoth $2T COVID-19 response bill

Updated, 3:39 p.m., 3/27/20 with additional comments WASHINGTON — A $2 trillion bill to aid workers, health care providers and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic...

Susan J. Demas: What Trump vs. Whitmer food fight stories get...

Partisan food fight stories are amazingly easy to write. "X slams Y!" in the headline, followed by a pithy lede (preferably with a cliché sports...

Internal emails show how chaos at the CDC slowed the early...

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Henry Ford Hospital letter leaks on who gets treatment if there’s...

Updated, 8:36 a.m., 3/27/20 As Michigan continues to feel the impact of COVID-19 with 60 deaths and almost 3,000 cases, as of Thursday afternoon, hospitals...

130K Michiganders filed for unemployment last week

New figures from the U.S. Department of Labor show more than 129,000 Michigan residents reported being out of work last week, an indicator of...

After Rep. Carter contracts COVID-19, lawmakers, staff advised to self-quarantine

The first known member of the Michigan Legislature has tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by a new coronavirus. State Rep. Tyrone Carter (D-Detroit)...

State medical chief: ‘We are still in the upslope,’ COVID-19 cases...

State medical officials have announced a plan for medical centers outside of Southeast Michigan, which has been the area hardest hit by the COVID-19...

Michigan has almost 3K COVID-19 cases, 60 deaths

Sixty people have now died of COVID-19 in Michigan. There were 43 deaths on Wednesday. A statewide coronavirus hotline is open 7 days a week...

Wastewater could be key to detecting COVID-19

A community’s wastewater could be the key to detecting the presence of COVID-19, a disease caused by a new coronavirus. The University of Michigan said...

Michigan leaders alarmed about racism toward Asian Americans amid COVID-19 crisis

A group of state elected officials and community leaders on Thursday pushed back against what they see as growing anti-Asian-American sentiment amid the coronavirus...

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