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Healthcare debate has followed ideology and abandoned common sense. (read more)
Ya Michigan is preparing a special section for Ramadan and will print 5,000 copies. This is a great advertising opportunity in the community. (read more)
Recent reports show that 40 percent of Michigan families are still unable to afford basic living necessities. (read more)
Dozens of industrial buildings and flex space are on sale in the area. (read more)
With housing inventory at its lowest in years, the number of building permits for new housing continues to increase every at a steady pace since 2009. (read more)
No matter what the Trump administration is doing, it seems to be unable to escape the Russian mess. (read more)
HUD Secretary Ben Carson said that some slaves came to America as immigrants during his first speech to hundreds of department employees. (read more)
President Trump managed to distract the American people when he tweeted that former President Obama spied on then candidate Trump at the Trump Tower. (read more)
Normally, what begins on the wrong path ends up in the ditch, and that is what happened to the health care plan that the Republican proposed and failed to agree on last week. (read more)
The median home price in the Dearborn-Dearborn heights area continues to climb, jumping from $100,000 to $110,000 this year, according to the Realcomp LLC. (read more)
Most people associate heart-attack signs with pressure on the chest or numbness in the arm, but doctors say other subtle factors could serve as a sign of the killer disease. (read more)
Dearborn native Robert Saleh will leave Jacksonville and become the San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator. (read more)
The State of Michigan and the community lost a great man, an important sports figure and a successful businessman this month. (read more)
Closing low performing schools could force poor students to pay the price of a statewide problem. (read more)
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