Bernie Sanders to tour Rashida Tlaib's district Oct. 27

Senator Bernie Sanders is coming to Michigan. Specifically, the presidential candidate is coming to the state's 13th district, represented by freshman Rep. Rashida Tlaib. The announcement came from Sanders' campaign.

Democratic debate: Biden defends son on Ukraine questions

Joe Biden defended his son against President Donald Trump's criticism at Tuesday night's Democratic presidential debate, contending Trump is going after the son because he fears facing the former vice president who would "beat him like a drum."

Michigan Rep. Haley Stevens introduces bill to lower prescription drug costs

Michigan Rep. Haley Stevens (D-Rochester Hills) introduced HB4669 in an effort to curb prescription drug prices and clear up the medicare enrollment process. The bill, titled Maximizing Drug Coverage for Low-Income Senior Act, is designed to lower the cost of prescription drugs that medicare beneficiaries struggle to pay for. Under Medicare's Low-Income Subsidy program, seniors with low wages have their prescription drugs partially or fully covered by Medicare Part D, a subsection of the federal health insurance plan.

New Hampshire poll suggests Michelle Obama would enter race as front-runner

Former first lady Michelle Obama repeatedly has stated there’s "zero chance" she would run for president in 2020 -- but a new poll in New Hampshire, the state holding the first primary in the race for the White House, suggested that if Obama changed her mind, she would enter the race as the front-runner.

Attorneys confirm second whistleblower has come forward

A second whistleblower has spoken to the intelligence community's internal watchdog and has information that backs the original whistleblower's complaint about President Donald Trump's dealings with Ukraine, according to the lawyer for the two.

Senate GOP frustrated with governor over Whitmer's 147 vetoes of budget

The GOP's budget differences with the governor were laid bare Wednesday following Whitmer's veto of 147 items from the legislature's proposed budget. After cutting more than a billion dollars from the proposal, there's chatter in Lansing that that money could be sent back to taxpayers.