The Detroit News Published 9:47 p.m. ET Jan. 6, 2021 Jan. 6, 2019, was the worst day of my life. On that day I lost my family. My sister Rima, brother-in-law Issam and two nieces and a nephew were driving home from vacation, when a drunk driver hit their SUV head on, […]

If you visit Hagley Park in the West Midlands of England and make it to the big 18th-century house of the Lyttelton family, walk another half-mile to the east and you’ll come upon an exotic and impressive sight once you clear the trees. In front of you is what seems […]

A year ago, Sacramento City Councilman Jeff Harris announced a controversial idea – the city should open 49 cabins for homeless women and children at a North Sacramento lot across from Garden Valley Elementary School. The project was on a city-owned vacant dirt lot, where several homeless people were already […]

There is no crowding into a small kitchen this year, waiting for your turn with the stand mixer or the oven, and grabbing handfuls of warm treats off a buffet platter. Like so many other 2020 events, holiday cookie swaps will look a little different in the time of social […]

CLOSE Airbnb. (Photo: AFP/Getty Images) Airbnb has enacted stricter booking policies in Arizona and across the U.S. in an attempt to tamp down on New Year’s Eve parties and gatherings due the recent spike in COVID-19 cases. Beginning Dec. 3, users “without a history of positive reviews” on the platform will no […]

Tri-Citians will once again be able to enjoy two Tri-Cities Christmas holiday traditions that date back to the 1960s. Both can be viewed from the socially-distanced safety of a car like they have been for decades. And they start this weekend. A light boat parade along the Columbia River launches […]

State and local officials nationwide are imposing new coronavirus restrictions and pleading with the public in an increasingly desperate attempt to stop the explosive spread of the disease as many Americans resist calls to limit gatherings and travel heading into the holidays. Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak tightened restrictions on casinos, […]

Three Detroit voters and a Michigan advocacy group have asked a federal judge to block President Donald Trump or anyone acting on his behalf from pressuring state and local election officials to delay certification of the Nov. 3 election.  The suit, filed in federal district court in Washington D.C., also […]

Just weeks into COVID-19-spurred school and workplace closures last March, I began noticing a worrying trend. Upwardly mobile professionals across my social media networks were opting to pause their careers. They were overwhelmed by the new demands of their work lives and home lives. The majority of those working parents were […]