Both Haley Stevens and Elissa Slotkin threw their support behind impeachment of Donald Trump following reports he pressured the Ukrainian president for political purposes. Both are rookie Michigan Democrats who flipped Republican seats in 2018. Does support for impeachment hinder their chances in a 2020 reelection campaign?
Amid a growing controversy that President Trump withheld military funding that Congress had allocated for Ukraine, two more Michigan lawmakers have joined a growing chorus of Democratic lawmakers calling for an impeachment inquiry into the President. Elissa Slotkin and Debbie Dingell both made their announcements on Twitter Monday night.
Former President Jimmy Carter took aim at President Trump while speaking at an event in Atlanta, saying it would be a “disaster” if he were to be elected for a second term.
Hours after former Gov. John Engler said he was resigning as Michigan State's interim president, the Board of Trustees approved a motion to appoint a new leader: Dr. Satish Udpa.
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President Donald Trump delivered the inaugural speech in front of thousands from the steps of Congress.
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The 4.8 million votes that were cast here in Michigan for the presidential election will be recounted by hand.
Detroit City Clerk Janice Winfrey joins us ahead of November's big election.
Mike Hohf from Advance Capital Management joins us to take a look at the economy differences when a Republican is in the White House vs. a Democrat.
She's hoping to encourage people to register to vote in the presidential election. The deadline to register is on Tuesday.
The Detroit Economic Club's website says this meeting is sold out, and no walk-up ticket sales will be permitted.
Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz are speaking in support of Trump as the labels 'Little Marco' and 'Lying Ted' fade away and open the door to insider credibility.