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Despite making over $8.1 billion in profit after taxes in 2018, General Motors is planning to close plants in Detroit-Hamtramck, Warren, Mich., Lordstown, Ohio, White Marsh, Md. and Ontario, Canada. The decision to cut costs was made to save the company $6 billion by 2020 and the company plans to open new plants in Mexico.
Through the power of social media, it seems like more and more dirt can get dug up on celebrities, especially when it comes to a dark history of sexual assault. No matter how loved they are and praised as artists, some secrets are inexcusable.
With the 2018-19 NBA season heading into the postseason, it is a surprise that it will not be featuring NBA superstar LeBron James. This is the first time James won’t be in the playoffs since 2005. How does this affect his legacy as potentially the greatest basketball player ever?
Special Counsel Robert Mueller delivered his final report to Attorney General William Barr on March 22. The investigation, which lasted for nearly two years, looked into whether or not Trump and his campaign colluded with Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election and whether or not Trump was involved with obstruction of justice.
Inflation. Privatization. Gentrification. What causes those who have the least to remain without? What enables students, faculty and administration to uphold the institution known as the University?
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer released her FY 2020 budget proposal on March 5, among other things, that would raise Michigan’s gas tax by 45 cents.
During a terror attack at two mosques last week in Christchurch, New Zealand, 50 people were killed and another 50 were wounded. Quickly following the terror attacks, New Zealand already began a plan to tighten gun laws, leaving many in the U.S. wondering, “What about us?”
Dana Nessel is changing the game of the Attorney General office. The people of Michigan elected her by a 3-point margin in the 2018 midterms over Republican opponent Tom Leonard.
The 2020 presidential election is already sparking political debate with 15 Democratic candidates announcing they’re running and more expected to soon.
Beto O’Rourke announced his run for the presidency on March 14 after teasing a run for several months.
New Jersey is now the second state in the country, after California, to pass a law requiring LGBTQ+ history to be taught in schools and it has gotten mixed reactions.
Victoria’s Secret closed over 50 more stores following negative remarks about transgender and plus-size people made by the company’s CEO Ed Razek late last year. It’s time to ditch the company for good.
The 91st Academy Awards took place on Feb. 24. Once again, the ceremony exhibited not only the glitz and glamour of the red carpet but also new experiences that we’ve never seen in past awards ceremonies.
As the 2020 election nears, potential candidates are popping up from all different areas. With these fresh new faces comes along a familiar one, Sen. Bernie Sanders.
The 2020 election cycle has already begun and 11 major Democrats have announced their candidacy.
President Donald Trump met in the Rose Garden on Friday to announce he’d declare a national emergency to get the border wall built. Declaring this national emergency would be a violation of the Constitution, as Congress is the “keepers of the purse.”
In 2015, I was a young Ohioan just beginning my interest in Democratic politics when Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) caught my eye. Ever since politics became my lifeblood, Brown has been my favorite Senator and perhaps my favorite politician.
Lakers fans collapsed in tears on Thursday when the trade deadline hit, knowing that All-Star Anthony Davis would not be joining their roster that season.
The Michigan Legislature voted on Feb. 14 to reject Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive order reorganizing the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ). This was a historic move, as it’s been 42 years since the last time Michigan lawmakers rejected a governor’s executive order.
The racist acts, hate speech, apologetic emails: it’s nothing the community of EMU hasn’t seen before. The outrage, rallying, and protesting all seems to fade within a week until the next incident happens. The amount of hate speech and blatant racism that occurs on campus is something that is becoming normalized. This is something that minority groups on campus have been battling for years and still continue to do so.