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Special Report: America Votes

Amid national tension and uncertainty, Joe Biden scores big in Michigan.

“After a long night of counting, it is clear that we are winning enough states to reach 270 votes to reach the presidency,” said Biden.

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Race and social justice fuel some black men to vote

For many Black male voters, the upcoming election feels like a life or death issue.

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Michigan militia planned to kidnap governor

It is unclear whether or not the individual’s motive was in direct retaliation to Whitmer's executive orders concerning the pandemic but the story is still developing.

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Biden’s back on the campaign trail after testing negative for COVID-19

Biden said that the president’s diagnosis showed the importance of taking the virus more seriously.

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Michigan voters debate the debate

The first presidential debate last night, marked by a clash of personalities and a heated exchange of verbal blows, consisted […]

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Verdict on Breonna Taylor’s death sparks public outrage amid pre-existing racial tensions

As the public continues to express outrage and demand justice for Breonna Taylor, the justice system's role has also come under the microscope.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

New Yorkers are vulnerable to mental issues due to pandemic

Racial and demographical disparities also play a significant role in New Yorkers' health issues during the pandemic.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

On the heels of revelation that Trump downplayed the covid threat, voters question rallies resuming

The widening schism between Trump supporters and non-Trump supporters is all too apparent in recent times, especially as they relate to his recent rallies.

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Hope in the midst of racism

The disproportionate police brutality rates show that the shards of racial inequality remain firmly rooted in the U.S

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

The new normal for school life is abnormal in Michigan

As teachers and students prepare to resume school, "normal" seems like a distant memory.