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Detroit — Emma Lockridge often slips on a surgical mask at bedtime. She then piles pillows over her head and a blanket, hoping she'll get enough sleep.
Four Freshman Congresswomen, nicknamed “The Squad,” got candid about politics, President Donald Trump and even personal likes and dislikes during an NAACP town hall that drew a crowd of onlookers and fans.
People work hard for decades, making tough sacrifices for their jobs, compromising on family or leisure time – all for the promise that when they retire, the pension they earned will be there to provide for a comfortable life.
Excitement filled the air, as students returned to school recently.
A diverse group of attendees, politicians and non-profit leaders joined U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell (D –12th District) on Aug. 29 to “Take on Hate” at a rally on the campus of the University of Michigan–Dearborn.
DETROIT, MI -- Michigan congresswoman Rashida Tlaib said President Donald Trump is inciting white supremacist violence by claiming she hates America.
In her first in-depth interview since her Israel visit was cancelled, the congresswoman says Trump was attacking women of color for a reason