Rudy Giuliani came to Michigan on Wednesday to ask lawmakers to put aside the popular vote and give the election to President Trump. He got a lot wrong in his 4 1/2 hour presentation.
One day after a wild hearing about voter fraud claims, legislators on both sides of the aisle condemn the parade of unproven conspiracy theories that was aired unchecked.
Dr. Arnold Monto of the University of Michigan chairs a national panel that will recommend whether to approve two vaccines for COVID-19 in the United States. He outlined what is known, and what isn’t, about the vaccines’ safety and reliability.
This continuously updated post includes details of Michigan's confirmed COVID-19 cases, maps of locations, state curve data, what the state is doing to contain the spread, and expert suggestions on how you can stay safe.
Robert Gordon, head of state public health, faced criticism from GOP legislators Thursday, who contend the Whitmer administration does not give enough weight to the mental health damage inflicted by school and economic shutdown orders.
Michigan’s Clean Slate Law excludes those convicted of operating a vehicle while intoxicated. That would change under a bill being considered in the current lame-duck session.
In North Muskegon, city officials just wanted to talk about trees. Instead, they were forced to debunk false claims about voter fraud. So it goes in cities statewide as the misinformation wars reverberate after the election.
A federal judge Wednesday denied a request from the restaurant industry to resume indoor dining during the COVID surge. But the judge hinted he may soon punt the case to the state Supreme Court, which struck down the governor’s emergency authority in October.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has officially appointed a slate of Democratic electors to the Electoral College. Who are they and what do they do?
This continuously updated post includes details of Michigan's elections, campaigns, politics and voting news.
Republicans are receiving phone calls and emails, purportedly from President Donald Trump’s campaign, urging them to appoint their own electors. Trump’s campaign isn’t commenting, and GOP leaders say they don’t have that authority.
A federal panel Tuesday evening issued guidance that prioritizes Michigan’s front-line workers and its elderly in long-term care facilities. Vaccines for other vulnerable groups to follow, before the general public.
Michigan’s high schools are ordered to be closed through Dec. 8, but with another holiday just two weeks later, some school districts are choosing to not reopen until after the new year.