The latest news on Michigan
As the packed primary season continues, voters head to the polls today in Michigan, where they will battle the cold and snow to pick a GOP nominee for the White House. New Hampshire winner John McCain and Mitt Romney, whose father was once governor of Michigan, seem to be competing for first, with Iowa winner Mike Huckabee trailing behind. Michigan's Democrats aren't as interested in today's results because Michigan broke national party rules by moving up its primary date and lost all its Democratic national convention delegates and half of its Republican ones. The only Democratic front-runner now appearing on the ballot is Hillary Clinton.
Lest you forget it, Rep. Duncan Hunter of the 52nd Congressional District of California is still running for president. In recent weeks, the Republican congressman's presence in the campaign has all but evaporated. He was barred from appearing at the New Hampshire debate moderated by Charlie Gibson and more recently was excluded from the Fox News debate in South Carolina.
After second-place finishes in Iowa and New Hampshire, the Republican candidate needs a win.
It's shaping up to be a close race in the Michigan Republican primary.
Speculation about the Michigan Republican primary.
It was electoral clout that the state was after when it scheduled their contest before February 5.
NCLB lets people know which schools are struggling but offers few solutions on how to raise performance
A Georgia bus accident, lead-contamination at Brown University, and the University of Michigan embraces between-class golf.