Boomers, Gen X-ers, Libertarians, and Republicans all are laying out cash and spending time to show up in person at the Rally to Restore Sanity.
Michigan's Sen. Carl Levin got a pie in the face from a protester Monday. Pie-throwing has a political history dating to the 1960s and includes the pastry-based terrorism of 'Al Pieda.'
Three states had primaries for the 2010 elections Tuesday. An incumbent lost her seat, the 'tea party' split its vote, and health-care reform took a beating.
While Chicago Mayor Daley called an oil spill in the Kalamazoo River a bigger threat to Lake Michigan than Asian carp, many scientists disagree. Is the mayor playing politics, or is he on to something?
Popping up in military bases, airports, fast-food restaurants, and hospitals is a new kind of vending machine that offers everything from a DVD rental to a digital camera.
Desperate for revenue, more cities and counties are proceeding with tax foreclosures when residents fall several years behind on their property taxes.
If guarding the controversial prisoners keeps a Standish, Mich., prison open, many locals are for it.
Reliance on the beleaguered auto industry is out. But what to do? Economic sages weigh in.
Newark, Del., is one of 50 cities banding together to try to turn shuttered car factories into engines of economic growth.