“I’m in the middle,” U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman said. Updated.
Between now and the end of October, advocates for marriage equality hope to make significant advances — involving lawsuits or lawmakers in at least seven states. Here’s what you need to know.
“My goodness, I thought … we’ve held that the 14th Amendment ￼protects all races,” Justice Antonin Scalia said, as the justices consider whether a Michigan ban on affirmative action is constitutional. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg focused on the 14th Amendment’s aim at protecting against “political powerlessness,” but the final say is likely in Justice Anthony Kennedy’s hands.
A reportedly unruly University of Michigan Wolverines fan was sprayed from point-blank range by police at Penn State’s Beaver Stadium during Saturday’s football game.
He, also, has an amazing mustache.
This is why we can’t have nice things.
He switched his address numbers with the neighbor.
Because your dream vacation really should reflect how cool you are. Duh.
This is the craziest thing you will see all day.
The ups and downs of the…let’s see…thirty or so teams that are now part of the conference, in rough order of their expected finish.
It’s the Rose Bowl of babies.
Detroit may have filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy, but it isn’t all bad here in The Great Lakes State.
He also wants an “instant death penalty.”
This list is guaranteed to make New Yorkers weep. From cheapest to still cheap…
Detroit became the largest U.S. city ever to seek bankruptcy protection on Thursday. This is what urban decay looks like.
Julia Charlene Merfeld, 21, of Muskegon, Mich., has plead guilty to solicitation of murder for attempting to hire a hitman to kill her husband. She said she didn’t want to be judged by her family for getting a divorce.
“[T]he Court takes guidance from the Supreme Court’s decision invalidating DOMA,” U.S. District Court Judge David M. Lawson wrote. The move puts a temporary halt on Michigan’s ban on partner benefits for public employees.
They raised money to build a RoboCop statue. But, that’s just the beginning of the Motor City’s greatness.
Spike Albrecht is the best.
The Fab Five’s just hanging out, in front of a kid.
The university doesn’t have a mascot of its own, and they don’t care for anyone else’s, either.
Syracuse never really had a chance against the son of a steelworker who can do it all.
Politics and finances may have dominated the news in Detroit so far this year, but there’s much more to know about the city in 2013. Here’s 10 reasons why Detroit is worth believing in this year.
Only their mothers can tell them apart.
As a lesbian couple seeks protections for their children, national LGBT rights groups told the court it could be “prudent” to hold off a decision. The couple now will be waiting until the Supreme Court rules on DOMA and Proposition 8.
“Please, No African American Nurses to care for [redacted] Baby per Dad’s request.”