Court Rules Ashley Judd Can Sue Harvey Weinstein For Sexual HarassmentThe 52-year-old star was among the women who told their Weinstein stories to the New York Times and the New Yorker in 2017, making the #MeToo movement a global phenomenon.
Southgate Wedding Reception Linked To 5 Virus CasesWayne County's Public Health Division is investigating the July 18 event at Crystal Gardens Banquet Hall.
The Henry Ford Returns Expands Regular Hours Monday with Marvel ExhibitionThanks to the new Marvel exhibition, The Henry Museum of American Innovation is expanding its hours to seven days a week.
Actor John Saxon Dies, "Enter the Dragon" and "Nightmare on Elm Street" His LegaciesSaxon appeared in nearly 200 roles in the movies and on television in a career that stretched over seven decades.
Santa Fe Man With Bubonic Plague RecoveringA bacterial disease that usually originates with wildlife, the plague can be transmitted to humans and pets through the bites of infected fleas.
You Can't Win 'Em All: Why Winston Churchill Lost British Election of 1945In 1945, it seemed a foregone conclusion that Churchill and his Conservative Party would win the next general election.
Michigan's Gray Wolf Population Has Stabilized At A Healthy LevelThe latest biennial survey conducted this winter estimated the predator species' population at 695, divided among 143 packs, according to the state Department of Natural Resources.
Top 3 Pairing Mistakes To Avoid On National Wine And Cheese DayWisconsin, the State of Cheeseā„¢ is sharing tips from experts to help you avoid the most common pairing blunders.
Cleveland Indians To Meet With Native American Leaders On Possible Name Change"Our players care about the organization and feel strongly about social justice and racial equality, I support their interest in using their platform to unite our city and our nation through their actions."
Florida Breaks Daily Record With 173 Coronavirus DeathsThe latest death count brings the seven-day average to about 121 deaths per day in Florida.
Virus Sends Unemployment Claims Up For First Time Since March"The labor market remains in a precarious place as COVID-19 cases surge in some parts of the country and fresh lockdown measures are adopted in response."