From winter gear to brave the cold on the US Capitol steps to cozy home celebrations, Michiganders are celebrating the beginning of the next chapter of American history.
A new chapter in American history began Wednesday, Jan. 20, and watching that new beginning brought Michiganders to tears.
President Joe Biden has a lot of priorities for his first 100 days in office, from vaccinating 100 million Americans to the Equality Act. We show how five of those will impact Michigan.
“Folks are going to have to adapt to her rather than her adapting to them."
The “We Are One” virtual celebration will feature music, guest speakers, and performances from America’s famed HBCU marching bands as the country celebrates this historic inauguration of the Biden-Harris administration.
From virtual watch parties to live streaming online, Michiganders celebrate the historic ceremony from the comfort—and safety—of home.
Often hailed for her handling of the pandemic, Gov. Whitmer was named one of the co-chairs of the committee planning a very different inauguration.