The 32-year-old woman also reportedly gave the boy a handgun that was connected to a shooting in Jackson, Michigan.
Ford Motors revealed seven out of 13 new electric vehicles Tuesday, while CEO says electric cars will exceed gasoline-powered vehicles within the next 15 years.
Ford announced Tuesday it would cancel plans to build a $1.6 billion auto manufacturing plant in Mexico and instead invest more in its Michigan location.
“What we discovered is we do not have a system that we can trust,” the 66-year-old former Green Party presidential candidate said Wednesday.
A new bill gives animal shelters the ability to run background checks on people hoping to adopt a new pet.
Police said they were investigating the case as a murder.
Two of the nation's best pass rushes collide on Dec. 30.
The Detroit News reported Tuesday optical scanners in 37 percent of Detroit precincts registered more ballots cast than the number of voters recorded in poll books.
The results never appeared likely to change and two of the three targeted state refused to recount.
Winter storm Caly hit 11 states including Chicago and Michigan after it made its way into the Midwest Saturday.
A new app developed by University of Michigan students with funding from Google is helping residents of Flint, Mich. find drinking water distribution sites.
The machines may throw any recount efforts into questionable territory.
U.S. District Judge Paul Diamond in Philadelphia scheduled a Friday hearing to decide whether to give the Green Party-led vote recount effort in Pennsylvania the green signal.
Jill Stein's vote recount campaign will move the case to a federal court as it was dropped at the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania following the demand of a $1 million bond.
Green Party nominee Jill Stein is leading efforts for a recount in three crucial swing states that were won by Donald Trump.
The six-term Republican congressman was the chief architect behind a proposal to repeal and replace President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act.
Donald Trump held off Hillary Clinton by 10,704 votes in a key battleground state.
“No one expects there to be profound change but there’s nothing wrong with going through the process,” the former Democratic presidential candidate and Vermont senator said Sunday.
The president-elect said he actually won the popular vote "if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally."
Though so-called faithless electors are a rarity, Republican members of the Electoral College are being encouraged to break with tradition and vote for someone else.
A group of activists claim elections results in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan may have been hacked.
Clinton is ahead of Trump by more than 1.4 million popular votes, despite losing the Electoral College vote.