Trump Vows To Sue All Female AccusersSteering his campaign toward controversy yet again, Donald Trump vowed Saturday to sue every woman who has accused him of sexual assault or other inappropriate behavior.
Could The 2016 Election Be Rigged? MSU Political Scientist Weighs InThat would only be an issue if the election is very close or determined by one state.
Record Number Of Michigan Residents Register To VoteNearly 7.5 million state residents have registered to vote - the highest number ever for a presidential election.
Proposals Seek To Ensure Major Development Projects Benefit CommunityTwo proposals seek to ensure that large development projects benefit the community they're in.
Clinton Continues To Criticize Trump's 'Locker Room Banter' During Visit To DetroitOne day after her second head-to-head debate with Republican opponent Donald Trump, Democrat Hillary Clinton visited Detroit on Monday, speaking before a packed and supportive crowd on the campus of Wayne State University.
Hillary Clinton Makes Stop At WSU To Rally Michiganders To Get Out The VoteThe Democratic presidential candidate returns to Michigan within hours of what is being called a cringe worthy debate.
Voters Call Debate 'Cringe Worthy,' Some Won't Cast BallotHere are stories of voters watching the debate around the country ...
Michigan Lt. Gov. Brian Calley Renounces Support Of TrumpMichigan Lt. Governor Brian Calley has dropped support of Donald Trump for President following the release of a 2005 video which includes off-color remarks by Trump about women.
Trump Vows To Press On As Some GOP Leaders Call For Him To QuitTrump's own running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, declared he could neither condone nor defend Trump's remarks.
Trump Takes Heat For Leaked Lewd Comments About WomenIn the recording obtained by The Washington Post and NBC News, Trump describes trying to have sex with a married woman and brags about women letting him kiss and grab them because he is famous.
Trump: 'We're Going To Win Michigan'Despite recent poll results, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump believes that he has what it takes to win Michigan in the upcoming 2016 election.
Michigan Parties Picking Supreme Court, Other NomineesDemocratic and Republican party activists are meeting to pick Supreme Court candidates and other nominees for the November ballot.