On the cusp of his second term, President Barack Obama solemnly honored the nation’s fallen soldiers Sunday before taking the oath of office in an intimate White House ceremony, a swearing-in ritual he will repeat Monday morning.
We’re taking this space as the year wraps up to bring you the biggest, most controversial stories that dominated Motown in 2012.
Spurred by a horrific elementary school shooting, President Obama tasked his administration Wednesday with creating concrete proposals to reduce gun violence that has plagued the country.
It’s one of the last chances to impress huge numbers of voters and both President Obama and Republican Mitt Romney want to appear in command during Monday’s final debate.
To help voters learn more, CBS Local invited the two candidates to answer 10 key questions in the CBS Local Presidential Forum, which kicks off Thursday, October 4th, with the issue of the economy and jobs.
Four months away from election day and Michigan is looking like a “dead heat” in the race for President.
Vice President Joe Biden addressed thousands of journalists in New Orleans Wednesday night saying the new Republican Party refuses to cooperate even on issues the old GOP embraced.
“I really think that this is really good news, this is really good news, especially at such a crucial time in the country … This is really, it takes a positive stance,” Varner said.
Democrats are getting ready to gather at more than 200 caucus sites around the state to formally choose Barack Obama as their presidential favorite.
Author Ronald Kessler called Doc Thompson’s show Wednesday and said the alleged drug-fueled prostitution binge is part of a systemic problem.