13 million people in poverty are disconnected from the social safety net.

More than a quarter of people living in poverty in the U.S. receive no help from food stamps and other nutrition programs, subsidized housing, cash benefits, or child care assistance, according to... Read more »

Editorial: A small community in Michigan crusade against the giant Nestle

Residents of a small community in Michigan want to prevent the Swiss giant Nestle from extracting more water from its rivers, which they say are greatly affected. The company, which began marketing... Read more »

Saginaw Country Found Guilty Of Murdering Neighbor

On Wednesday, March 27, a jury at the Saginaw Country Circuit Court in Saginaw, Michigan took less than 15 minutes to deliberate and convict 21-year-old Lashon T. Hollman for the murder of... Read more »

New Mortgage Looks To Be a Boost For the Detroit Housing Market

If you are looking to purchase a home in the Detroit area, then you know how difficult it can be to obtain a home mortgage. There are a number of reasons for... Read more »

Michigan State University to pay $500 million to 332 Nassar victims

Michigan State University (MSU) has signed a US $ 500 million deal with hundreds of young women who have been sexually assaulted by athletic therapist Larry Nassar. This “global agreement” reached by... Read more »