State PSC approves $500M tunnel project for Line 5


Although it’s too early to say for certain, action taken late last week by a key state agency involved in the Line 5 controversy and potential construction of a tunnel underneath the Straits of Mackinac appears to have moved the process ahead a step or two. On Friday, the Michigan Public ...

The last Christmas


“Christmas isn’t the same without my mother’s touch. We honor you by following your traditions, even though you are no longer with us.” — Author unknown The scars of life’s journey was embedded on her face. The valleys of wrinkles accompanied the darkened age marks. At times, a ...

Israel enters Khan Younis


DEIR AL-BALAH, Gaza Strip (AP) — Israel said Tuesday that its troops had entered Gaza's second-largest city as intensified bombardment sent streams of ambulances and cars racing to hospitals with wounded and dead Palestinians, including children, in a bloody new phase of the war. The ...

Supreme Court signals it will uphold tax on foreign income


WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Tuesday seemed inclined to uphold a tax on foreign income while leaving questions about a broader, never-enacted tax on wealth for another day. On the first issue, conservative and liberal justices voiced concerns that ruling for a Washington state ...

VP Harris breaks Senate tiebreaker record


WASHINGTON (AP) — Vice President Kamala Harris broke a nearly 200-year-old record for casting the most tiebreaking votes in the Senate when she voted Tuesday to confirm a new federal judge in Washington, D.C. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, a New York Democrat, called Harris’ 32nd ...