Amanda Saab was the first Muslim woman in hijab to appear on a reality TV cooking show in the US. Now, she is inviting total strangers to her home and cooking them meals. She says it's one way that might help bring together people from different sides of the political spectrum.
Throngs of protesters turned out at airports over the weekend to criticize President Donald Trump's Friday executive order suspending entry of all refugees to the US and blocking entry for citizens of seven specific countries.
After more than 13 years, one of Detroit's most beloved rock bands announced they are calling it quits. Kim LaCapria is a writer for The Inquistr, a pop culture and tech blog and a superfan. She explains why The White Stripes moved her.
With Detroit asking for another handout, now is the time to demand green cars from the Big Three automakers. UC-Davis Professor Daniel Sperling tells host Bruce Gellerman any bailout must require affordable, fuel efficient vehicles.
Michigan Congressman John Dingell has long looked out for Detroit's carmakers on Capitol Hill fighting fuel efficiency and tailpipe emissions standards. But now Dingell faces a challenge from one of the greenest Democrats ? California's Henry Waxman.
Dozens of Sudanese musicians are taking part in the Sudanese Music and Dance Festival. Reporter Yolanda Perdomo spoke to some of the musicians in Chicago. The festival moves on to Detroit this weekend.
The discussion in Washington is all about bailing out Wall Street. But U.S. car makers just got a big federal loan. The question is will it help Detroit automakers compete in the global market. The World's Jason Margolis has the story.