Politics & Government

  • Just how clear does it need to be? Duggan’s margin of victory a lesson to Young campaign

    …perhaps we can put the dirt back in the ground where it belongs.

    by
  • Election Day, and an anniversary

    Less than one-fifth of eligible Michigan residents are likely to vote…

    by
  • WDET’s Special Election Preview Show

    Metro Detroit voters hit the polls Tuesday to decide dozens of local races and if some ballot measures will be…

    by
  • Auto insurance costs can vary wildly depending on which side of the street you live

    Depending on the survey, it costs somewhere between seven thousand and ten thousand dollars a year.

    by
  • MiWeek | State of the Region Report shows positive trends, areas where more work is needed

    The Detroit Regional Chamber released its annual State of the Region report last Wednesday.

    by
  • American dream, Mexican nightmare: A Michigan mom’s life after deportation.

    It is Mexico itself, Juarez said, that scares her. Once again, a dead body was found near her home in…

    by
  • Mayor Duggan, City Council approve new rental property ordinance

    “Every Detroiter who is a renter deserves to be able to live in a home that is safe and up…

    by
  • Michigan’s future at stake in fixing public education

    The latest news from Michigan’s classrooms continues to disturb.

    by
  • PHOTO: Stephanie Snyder

    Dozens more Detroit schools added to state’s partnership list for low test scores — but forced closure is not a threat for now

    Plans to close those schools were abandoned in the face of intense political opposition.

    by
  • Everything They Said: The Mayoral Debate Transcript

    Incumbent Mayor Mike Duggan and state Sen. Coleman Young II met in their only scheduled debate of the 2017 mayoral…

    by