Wed. 2/15 10p: Recorded at the Outpost Performance Space as part of AMP Concerts series Concerts and Conversation, the beloved troubadour talked in depth about his creative process, his early career and how his new CD Mesabi was created.
Wed. 2/15 11a: They rise out of the horizon, giant factories spewing gases into the air and the surrounding communities. Coal-fired generating stations on the Navajo Nation and Moapa Indian Reservation in Nevada are believed to be contributing to the illness of residents who live by these plants.
Mitt Romney, self-proclaimed "son of Detroit," appears to be in serious trouble in Michigan, falling behind to rival Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum in new polls.
Despite that, he's standing firm on his position that the Obama administration should have allowed two iconic car companies — GM and Chrysler — to enter the regular corporate bankruptcy process three years ago.
Originally published on Tue February 14, 2012 12:05 pm
A coalition of fans and five U.S. senators are urging the Federal Communications Commission to scrap its so called Sports Blackout Rule. The policy allows the NFL to block local broadcasts of games that don't sell out.
The rule has been in place since 1975, and the Sports Fan Coalition says it is outdated and "fan-unfriendly."