In late September, temperatures in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan eclipsed 90 degrees for six straight days.
A Pair of Dominion Pipelines in Appalachia Are Uniting a Coalition of Environmental Activists That Crosses Racial, Economic, and Geographic Lines
"While there are no Neo-Nazis in the streets of Charlottesville today, white supremacy is very much at work in the offices of Dominion Energy. Money rules, African Americans suffer. It is an old story of power and heartlessness."
Fatima Darwish El Nashef needed air, so she left her apartment and strolled through the Elmwood Village neighborhood of Buffalo. She had been feeling like a zombie, adjusting to a new home while constantly thinking about the hell she had left behind in Syria.
As Ohio Goes: One Year Removed From Election Day 2016, Voters From The Ultimate Bellwether State Reflect On A Divided Nation
By Aaron Gettinger Since Lyndon Johnson’s landslide election victory of [...]
Turns Out Kid Rock’s Senate Run Was A Prank. But The Divisions It Exposed Between Detroit And Its Surrounding Suburbs Are No Joke.
By 5:30 p.m. on September 12, Woodward Avenue, Detroit’s main downtown boulevard, had transformed into the latest battleground of America’s seething culture wars.
Apple Holler is an 80-acre pick-your-own orchard destination just off of Interstate 94 in Sturtevant, Wisconsin, about midpoint on the main highway connecting Milwaukee and Chicago’s northern suburbs.
More cops, More problems: In Cleveland, both mayoral candidates are dangerously misguided on the solution to violent crime
Tomorrow at noon, Clevelanders will settle in for the lone mayoral debate in what has proven to be a contentious election season. There are a number of major issues at stake.
Some days, the air would smell acrid, sharp like bleach, and I would hurry from the car into the house. Other days, the wind seemed normal, unremarkable. I didn’t know why.
Post-Charlottesville, as white supremacist activity spikes in Ohio, local law enforcement say ‘There’s nothing we can do’
In the aftermath of the August 12 white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in which an Ohio man intentionally drove his car into a group of counter-protesters, killing one person and injuring 19 others, white supremacists in their various forms have been making news in the Buckeye state.
We all think we know what the suburbs are like: [...]
As the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) prepares to make public the final contract between the state of Wisconsin and Foxconn, which sees the Badger state giving the Taiwanese tech manufacturing giant up to $3 billion in taxpayer money in exchange for the promise of 13,000 jobs in southeastern Wisconsin, Belt magazine breaks down how Gov. Scott Walker got taken.
It’s fitting that in Hillary Clinton’s new memoir, What Happened—a postmortem about her failed 2016 bid for the presidency—she gives the title “Country Roads” to a chapter about West Virginia.