The opposition to changing how Michigan's 16 electoral votes are allocated was unanimous during a committee hearing on a bill that would change the state's winner-take-all system for presidential candidates.
The latest battleground for Michigan's top-of-the-ticket was Oakland County on Thursday, when former first lady and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton came to Oakland University to rally voters for Democratic candidates.
President Barack Obama will visit metro Detroit in the final week of the campaign season to stump for Democratic candidates who clearly aren't worried about being linked to a president some of his critics have suggested might be a liability on the campaign trail.
Hannah Saunders is always up for a challenge. That's why Saunders, a 2008 Hartland High School graduate, is one of the youngest TV journalists in Michigan. It's also why she's one of the state's youngest-ever Emmy winners.
HOLLAND, Mich. – The Hope College Alumni Association will honor two graduates with Young Alumni Awards on Thursday, March 27. The association is recognizing Maxine Gray of Seattle, Wash., who is a 2004 Hope graduate, and Matt Scogin of New...
Facing intense pressure from political and business interests and a growing public outcry, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer announced Wednesday that she had vetoed Senate Bill 1062, the divisive right to refuse service legislation.
The 67-year-old Marine Corps veteran who served in the Vietnam War and later started a family business providing industrial kitchen equipment has been writing letters to the president every day - save the occasional holiday - since Nov. 18.
Ready for Hillary, the super PAC pushing a presidential bid by Hillary Rodham Clinton, is joining forces with a firm whose leaders built President Obama's wildly successful grassroots campaign operation.