Schembechler Son Resigns at Michigan After Offensive Social Media Activity Revealed
Glenn “Shemy” Schembechler stepped down Saturday, just days after he had been hired as assistant director of recruiting on Jim Harbaugh’s staff.
Meta Fined Record $1.3 Billion, Ordered to Stop Sending European User Data to US
The European Union slapped Meta with a record $1.3 billion privacy fine Monday and ordered it to stop transferring users personal information across the Atlantic by October.
Tim Scott Set to Announce Launch of His 2024 GOP Presidential Campaign
Scott, the only Black Republican senator, will make his campaign announcement in his hometown of North Charleston after making it official last week with the Federal Election Commission.
Biden, McCarthy to Hold Pivotal Meeting on Debt Ceiling as Time to Resolve Standoff Grows Short
President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy are set to meet at the White House at a pivotal moment as Washington works to strike a budget compromise and raise the nation’s borrowing limit in time to avert a devastating federal default.
Suspect in Fatal Stabbing of Cash App Founder Pleads Not Guilty
Tech consultant Nima Momeni pleaded not guilty Thursday to a murder charge in the stabbing death of Cash App founder Bob Lee on the streets of San Francisco.
Federal Debate on Release of Potential RSV Vaccine From Pfizer
Pfizer's first-of-its-kind RSV vaccine for pregnant women guards their newborns against the scary respiratory virus.
Biden to Honor 9 with Medal of Valor, Including 2 NYPD Officers Killed After 911 Call
President Joe Biden will honor nine policemen from across the U.S. with the Medal of Valor, the nation’s highest honor for bravery by a public safety officer.
Ford Recalls 310,000 Trucks to Fix Problem with Driver’s Front Air Bag
Ford is recalling more than 310,000 trucks in the U.S.
Former Detroit Lawmaker Joins Race for Michigan Seat in US Senate
Former state Rep. Leslie Love served in the Michigan House from 2015 to 2020, when she retired due to term limits.
Authorities Search for Michigan Prison Inmate Mistakenly Released From an Ohio Jail in March
A Michigan prison inmate who was transported to an Ohio court has been missing for nearly two months after being mistakenly released from a jail there