Voting experts warn of 'serious threats' for 2024 from election equipment software breaches
Election security experts and computer scientists say an effort to access voting system software in several states and provide it to allies of Donald Trump as they sought to overturn the results of the 2020 election poses “serious threats” ahead of next year’s presidential contest.
Buckeyes' McCord, OU's Gabriel, Oregon State's Chiles top names in portal as 30-day window opens
Ohio State’s Kyle McCord, Oklahoma’s Dillon Gabriel and Oregon State's Aidan Chiles led a parade of quarterbacks into the transfer portal on the first day of a 30-day window football players can put their names out in search of another opportunity.
AP Top 25: Michigan is No. 1 for first time in 26 seasons, Georgia's streak on top ends at 24 weeks
Michigan is No. 1 in The Associated Press college football poll for the first time since its won its last the national championship in 1997, and Georgia slipped to No. 6 after its 29-game winning streak was snapped by Alabama.
AP Top 25: No. 3 Washington, No. 5 Oregon move up, give Pac-12 2 in top 5 for 1st time since 2016
No. 3 Washington, No. 4 Florida State and No. 5 Oregon all moved up a spot in The Associated Press college football poll to give the Pac-12 two top-five teams for the first time since the final ranking of the 2016 season.
Michigan school shooting survivor heals with surgery, a trusted horse and a chance to tell her story
A 19-year-old college student who has survived two deadly mass school shootings in Michigan says things are looking up, but she remains dismayed by continued gun violence in the U.S. Kylie Ossege was shot and temporarily paralyzed when an armed classmate attacked Oxford High School in 2021.
Colorado case using 'insurrection' argument to bar Trump from the ballot goes to the judge
A Colorado judge heard closing arguments on whether Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is barred from the ballot by a provision of the U.S. Constitution that forbids those who “engaged in insurrection” from holding office.
John Harbaugh sticks up for his brother amid investigation: 'They don't have anything of substance'
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh says he’s spoken to his brother, Jim, quite a bit, and he’s proud of how the Michigan coach has handled the sign-stealing scandal that put the program under investigation.
Michigan responds to Big Ten, saying commissioner doesn't have discipline authority, AP sources say
The University of Michigan warned Big Ten Commissioner Tony Petitti about overstepping his authority and rushing to judgement about an alleged sign-stealing scheme, saying he can’t discipline coach Jim Harbaugh under the conference’s sportsmanship policy.
UAW escalates strike against lone holdout GM after landing tentative pacts with Stellantis and Ford
The United Auto Workers union has widened its strike against General Motors, the lone holdout among the three Detroit automakers, after reaching a tentative contract agreement with Jeep maker Stellantis.
Tickets purchased in the name of suspended Michigan staffer to two SEC title games, AP source says
Tickets for the last two Southeastern Conference championship games were purchased in the name of a suspended Michigan football staffer who is the focus of an NCAA investigation into an alleged sign-stealing scheme.
Ticket buys to multiple Big Ten games found in name of suspended Michigan staffer, AP sources say
A suspended Michigan football staffer who is the focus of an NCAA investigation into an alleged sign-stealing scheme purchased tickets under his name to games of multiple Big Ten teams over the past three seasons.
Affordable Care Act provisions codified under Michigan law by Gov. Whitmer as a hedge against repeal
Federal law that prohibits insurers from denying healthcare based on preexisting conditions, or kicking dependents off their parent’s coverage until age 26 is now codified separately into Michigan law.
Mexican journalist’s 15-year quest to receive U.S. asylum ends with a yes
Emilio Gutiérrez Soto fled with his son to the U.S. border in 2008 after his reporting on the Mexican military led to threats. He was working on a Michigan farm when he got the news that his asylum request was finally approved.
7 tornadoes confirmed as Michigan storms down trees and power lines; 5 people killed
Officials say at least seven tornadoes touched down in Michigan as part of severe storms powered by strong winds that killed five people, while downing trees, tearing roofs off buildings and leaving hundreds of thousands of customers without power.
Floods fill tunnels leading to Detroit airport, force water rescues in Ohio and Las Vegas
Heavy rains across the United States have flooded an Ohio highway where people were rescued from their cars, closed a busy airport terminal outside Detroit for a few hours and covered the Las Vegas Strip with water.
Pregnant woman's arrest in carjacking case spurs call to end Detroit police facial recognition
A Detroit woman who was arrested in connection with a suspected robbery and carjacking when she was eight months pregnant is suing the city and one of its police officers for what she says is an over- reliance on facial recognition technology.
Larry Nassar survivors sue Michigan State over alleged 'secret decisions' on releasing documents
Women who were sexually assaulted by former Michigan State University sports doctor Larry Nassar have filed a lawsuit claiming school officials made “secret decisions” about releasing documents in the case.