The state police boss is hanging onto her job – for now – after an insult-laced tirade against predominately black NFL players kneeling during the national anthem.
The law firm, Jones Day, lied to the public for months about the prospect of municipal bankruptcy.
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The emergency managers were appointed by Gov. Snyder and now face up to 20 years in prison.
Columnist Nick Krieger explains why the state of Michigan does not have the authority to prevent Flint from suing.
Everything you need to know about the state’s dangerous plans for DPS.
The uphill battle to recall Rick Snyder is getting new life after petitioners failed to collect anywhere near the required signatures.
State lawmakers conveniently protected themselves from public records lawsuits in a flawed bill in the wake of the Flint water crisis.
One congressman said Gov. Snyder “continues to withhold documents and witnesses from Congress” about the Flint water crisis.
Apparently free speech doesn’t apply to the Eastern Market.