Authorities say five acrobats were injured when they fell 30 or more feet while practicing for a tightrope show.
A powerful, fast-moving storm swept through the northeastern U.S. early Thursday.
International students in West Michigan are wondering what President Donald Trump’s travel ban will mean for them if upheld by the courts.
As West Michigan’s Betsy DeVos takes over the U.S. Department of Education, the lawmaker from her home district is working to shut it down.
The president slammed the court deliberating his immigration and refugee order for having motivations he described as “so political.”
The lunar eclipse starts everything off Friday night.
Cats would keep their claws under a bill that would make New Jersey the first state to prohibit declawing.
Newly-minted Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos broke the ice Wednesday with a joke.
Wednesday, the Senate confirmed Sen. Jeff Sessions to be attorney general in the Trump administration despite fierce Democratic opposition.
Opponents of the Dakota Access oil pipeline called for protests around the world Wednesday.
More than 50 people are now suing the former director and owner of the now shuttered Toledo Clinic Cognitive Center.
Airbnb is following up its Super Bowl ad with a campaign to provide short-term housing over the next five years for 100,000 people in need.
Officials say tornadoes that struck parts of southeastern Louisiana injured about 40 people, and destroyed homes and businesses.
Michigan residents were not enthusiastic about how President Donald Trump was doing after less than two weeks on the job, a new poll shows.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren has earned a rare rebuke by the Senate for quoting Coretta Scott King on the Senate floor.