By strangling the U.S. economy, President Obama may have single-handedly saved the planet. That's the upshot of a paper recently published in the scientific journal Environmental Science & Policy by researchers from the University of Michigan and the University of Valladolid in Spain. Congratulations, Mr. President.
Less than a month old, Savannah Dannelley scrunches her tiny face into a scowl as a nurse gently squirts a dose of methadone into her mouth.
Kim Barnes Arico says there's no mystery behind her decision to become Michigan's new coach after a decade building St. John's into a women's basketball powerhouse in the Big East.
An external investigation is under way into a six-month delay in reporting to police the discovery of suspected child pornography on a computer flash drive in a locked University of Michigan hospital lounge.
"We are putting colleges on notice," President Obama said on the footsteps of the University of Michigan a few weeks ago. "You can't assume that you'll just jack up tuition every single year."
BP's settlement of lawsuits filed by more than 100,000 victims of the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. history goes a long way toward resolving pending claims. But the question remains, will Americans who live along the Gulf of Mexico go for it?
Americans' belief in global warming is on the rise, along with temperatures and surprising weather changes, according to a new university poll.
A two-point gain was enough to push the S&P 500 index to its highest level since June 2008, three months before the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the darkest days of the financial crisis.
The Los Angeles Kings needed a goal-scorer. The Columbus Blue Jackets simply needed a redo.