Joe Biden To Become 46th President, Vowing New Direction For Divided USDemocrat Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump to become the 46th president of the United States on Saturday, positioning himself to lead a nation gripped by historic pandemic and a confluence of economic and social turmoil.
National Census Day: Here Are 10 Reasons Why It's ImportantState and local officials also use census counts to draw boundaries for congressional, state legislative and school districts.
U.S. Border With Canada Closing For All Non-Essential Travel, Said To Not Impact TradeThe United States and Canada are now closing their border in an attempt to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Recall Alert: Hyundai Joins Kia In Another Recall To Prevent Engine FiresHyundai is joining affiliated automaker Kia in yet another U.S. recall for problems that could cause engine fires.
CDC: Coronavirus Cases Will Rise In The U.S., Spread Is InevitableNow doctors in Detroit are warning people to take extra precautions to keep the illness at bay.
STUDY: Alcohol-Related Deaths Have Doubled In The US, Women Are At An Increased RiskAbout half of these deaths are from liver disease or an overdose from alcohol or alcohol mixed with other drugs.
Detroit Earns A Spot On Most Caring Cities In America ListA new study ranked the most caring cities in the United States. Find out where our city finished.
Ford Recalls Nearly 262,000 Big Pickups; Tailgates Can Open UnexpectedlyFord Motor Co. is recalling nearly 262,000 big pickups in the U.S. and Canada. 
REPORT: More People Are Surviving Lung Cancer In The USOver the past decade, the rate of new lung cancer cases diagnosed in the United States has dropped 19% and the five-year survival rate has climbed 26%, according to a new report.
Fentanyl Is The Deadliest Drug In The US, But In Some Places, Meth Kills MoreFentanyl remains the deadliest drug in the United States. But in some areas of the country, methamphetamine kills more people.
Study: Air Quality In The US Is Getting Worse And Could Be Killing ThousandsAfter improving for the better part of a decade, air quality in the US is worsening again -- and could be associated with nearly 10,000 premature deaths and billions of dollars in damages, according to a new analysis of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) data.