Omari Barksdale, a Black man who lost his sister to COVID-19 in late March, said the dynamics of America right now is the same as in the '50s. 'We are still protesting for the protection of Black lives,' said Barksdale
Coronavirus Outbreak: US auto factories likely to stay closed another 2 weeks; Fiat Chrysler backs off planned 4 May restart
Ford, General Motors and Fiat Chrysler factories have been idled for over a month due to fears of spreading the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Outbreak: US hotspots grow as global infections surpass 6.4 lakhs, Italy records over 10,000 deaths
As the United States led the world with confirmed coronavirus cases, cities such as Detroit, Chicago, and New Orleans grew as hotspots Saturday, while the virus continued to pummel New York City and made its way into rural America
Coronavirus outbreak: Donald Trump invokes Defense Production Act to marshal private companies as big three automakers agree to shut down
Calling himself a “wartime president,” Donald Trump said he would sign the Defense Production Act “in case we need it" to deal with an expected surge in cases of coronavirus
Bernie Sanders buys cheaper insulin from Canada, accuses US pharma companies of letting diabetic people 'die out of greed'
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders accused American pharmaceutical companies of letting diabetic patients die out of 'greed,' after he accompanied a group of Americans to Canada to buy insulin.
Indian students in US arrested in ICE fake university sting: Community leaders plan legal pushback 'this week'
Community organisations led by the Telugu Association of North America (TANA) which are actively involved in getting legal help for the 129 Indians arrested in the ICE fake university sting operation confirmed to Firstpost that a lawsuit against the US government is very much on the cards “as early as this week” as they consider legal pushback to removal proceedings initiated against the arrested Indians.
ICE fake university fallout: Students who have overstayed US visa by 180 days face grim prospect of 3 year bar
The Donald Trump government’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials remain firm that that the intent of the 129 students arrested in the ICE fake university sting operation was to “fraudulently maintain their student visa status and to obtain work authorization”.
Indian techie sentenced to nine years in US prison for sexual assault on flight; will be deported to India after jail term
The incident happened on a nighttime Spirit Airlines flight from Las Vegas to Detroit in January. Prabhu Ramamoorthy, who came to the US on an H-1B visa in 2015, will be deported after he serves his sentence, a federal court in Detroit said as it sentenced the Indian national to nine years of imprisonment.
NBA: Warriors star Stephen Curry to make return from injury against Detroit Pistons, confirms coach Steve Kerr
Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry will make his return from injury against the Pistons in Detroit on Saturday, coach Steve Kerr said Wednesday.
Indian-American CEO of IT firm, FutureNet Group pleads guilty to giving over $6,500 as bribe in the US
Parimal Mehta, 54, a former CEO of FutureNet Group Inc, according to guilty plea, between 2009 and 2016, hand-delivered more than $6,500 to Charles L Dodd, the former Director of Detroit's Office of Departmental Technology Services.
Donald Trump skips White House correspondents dinner, attends campaign style-rally in Michigan instead
The US leader attended a campaign-style rally in Washington Township, north of Detroit, to tout what his team hails as an economic revival
Waymo showcases a 360-degree video to help people see what it is like to ride inside an autonomous vehicle
Waymo said in a blog post that it had driven more than 5 million miles (8.05 million km) on public roads, doubling its miles since January 2017.
A 34-year-old Indian man has been arrested in the US for an alleged sexual assault on a woman passenger who fell asleep next to him on a flight
To promote his new album, Revival, Eminem hosted an event in the city where he opened an Italian pop-up restaurant with a menu featuring "mom's spaghetti."
A US woman was on Wednesday sentenced to seven days in jail for refusing to bring her child's vaccinations up to date, a media report said.
Detroit is a period drama based on an incident of violence against African Americans in 1967
The Volkswagen AG executive faces up to seven years in prison and a fine of between $40,000 and $400,000.
Washington: A 32-year-old Indian-American doctor has been shot dead under mysterious circumstances in a car in the US state of Michigan.
For the first time in the era of the modern automobile, the most valuable U.S. car maker is not based in Detroit as Silicon Valley's Tesla Inc overtook General Motors.
JPMorgan Chase & Co is gradually introducing a digital mortgage platform where customers can apply online and track applications by mobile phone.