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The Detroit Lions announced Wednesday that they have hired Darrell Bevell as the team's offensive coordinator.

What will happen to the Flint water congressional investigation, now that Democrats are in charge?
The new chairman of the U-S House oversight committee, Elijah Cummings, Democrat from Maryland, has said he wants to resume the panel's inquiry into Flint water.
Cummings has said he thought former

Another plea deal may be in the offing in the investigation into the Flint water crises.
A preliminary exam is scheduled to start today for a water treatment engineer, Patrick Cook.
He is the only remaining defendant in the preliminary exam that involved four state Department of Environmental

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The North American International Auto Show kicks off this week. But not everyone agrees that the car is so worth celebrating.

Lawmakers resoundingly said no to the prime minister's proposed agreement with the European Union. With the deadline for Brexit just 10 weeks away, what happens now is anyone's guess.

Corletta Vaughn is the newest elected member of the Detroit school board. Here's who put her in office — and how she hopes to move the district into the next educational galaxy.

A Henry Ford pediatrician explains the role of play in physical, social and emotional development and gives tips about how to make time for play.

With former Gov. Bruce Rauner seated in the front row, Pritzker vowed he "won't hollow out the functions of government."

Teach your employees how to sharpen their decision-making and you'll reap many rewards, including a better workforce.

(Los Angeles, CA) — Teachers are some of the hardest workers in the world serving as guides, as leaders, and as mentors to our youth. Through the course of their work teachers provide inspiration t…

WHAT: National Air Traffic Controllers Association, AFL-CIO v. The United States, hearing on NATCA’s motion for a temporary restraining order
WHEN: Monday, Jan. 14, noon
WHERE: United States District Court for the District of Columbia
Courtroom 18, before Senior Judge Richard Leon
333 Constitution Ave., NW, Washington D.C. 20001
WHO: Molly Elkin, Partner, Woodley & McGillivary on behalf of NATCA
SUMMARY: On Friday, Jan. 11, 2019…

Experts say skipping breakfast occasionally can even raise your risk. Here's some advice on what to eat.

A new segregated road separates Palestinian and Israeli traffic between the villages of Anata and Azzayim.