Congressman John Dingell announced his retirement on Monday.
Democratic Michigan Congressman John Dingell, 87, will not seek reelection this fall.
A popular Ann Arbor eatery was the site of a “working lunch” Thursday to talk about how to help the “working poor.”
Incredible. Courageous. Honorable… those are words that Michigan political and community leaders are using to describe Nelson Mandela.
The White House is making a big push to rally members of Congress and the American public behind President Barack Obama’s plan for a U.S. military strike against Syria.
The 2012 event got a little closer to reality when The Parade Company announced its grand marshals — Congressman John D. Dingell and Debbie Dingell.
Democratic congressmen John Dingell and Sander Levin along with UAW Secretary/Treasurer Dennis Williams spoke about GOP Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan.
Dingell said one of his major concerns is that gas prices throughout his District currently range from $3.90 to $4, much higher than the EIA release and far higher than those predicted by EIA in late May and early June.
John Dingell has defeated Daniel Marcin in the Democratic primary in pursuit of his 29th full term in Congress.
A group of Ann Arbor residents will participate in a federal budget deficit exercise at Monday evening, discussing how they would handle the issue if they had the power to do so.