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For Detroit autoworker, Fiat Chrysler deal is personal

Fred Borden used ride his bike, toss rocks and play football on the largely vacant land where Fiat Chrysler Automotive plans to build the...

On this day in 1952: House Un-American Activities Committee meets in...

The Rev. Charles A. Hill, Hartford Avenue Baptist Church pastor, on this day in 1952 testified before the U.S. House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC)...

Whitmer: Trump may not understand ‘gravity’ of tariff damage to Michigan

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer had what what some would say was the best seat in the White House on Sunday, so she bent President Donald Trump's...

Tlaib wants ‘real’ Detroit community benefits for Fiat Chrysler deal

U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Detroit) on Tuesday praised the Fiat Chrysler Automotive-city of Detroit announcement of a new assembly factory to build Jeeps on...

Fiat Chrysler pumping $4.5B into Michigan with new auto plants

Fiat Chrysler Automotive (FCA) on Tuesday announced plans to invest $4.5 billion into manufacturing five plants in and around Detroit, which could result in...

Breaking: Whitmer talked to Trump about Detroit jobs announcement

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer told the Advance on Tuesday morning that the "historic Detroit jobs announcement" she'll be at in an hour is something that President Donald...

On this day in 1809: Education act drafted

James Witherell, a member of the Territorial Supreme Court, authored an education act on this day in 1809, according to the Historical Society of...

Susan J. Demas: Cox calls Whitmer ‘crazy,’ because it’s Trump’s GOP...

Former Gov. Rick Snyder wasn’t at the Michigan Republican Party state convention last weekend — and neither was his brand of civility politics. New party...

Nessel gets the Jerusalem Post treatment

Welcome to the Advance's semi-regular roundup of how Michigan is covered in the national — and sometimes international — news. In the last week, Attorney...

Rick Haglund: Amazon vs. everybody and Michigan’s place in tax break...

Good-government types are hailing the breakup of online retail giant Amazon and New York City as a long-awaited reckoning of the outrageous subsidies offered...

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