VICE News journalist Kayla Ruble joined 'On The Line' to take your questions about lead contaminated water in Flint, MI, and the impact on Flint’s residents.
Many long-time Flint, Michigan residents feel they've been abandoned by city and state officials after revelations that 30,000 homes are at risk for lead contamination.
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder released 274 pages of emails in an attempt at transparency, but there’s no correspondence from a critical period in early 2015.
This morning, the Obama administration is to announce tougher visa rules in an attempt to block ISIS, a report claims the Pentagon spent too much money on goats in Afghanistan, Eagles of Death Metal will play a free gig for Bataclan survivors, and more.
Protesters Demand Michigan Governor's Resignation During State of the State Speech on Flint Water Crisis
A crowd of demonstrators vented anger over pervasive lead contamination in the city of Flint's water, as Governor Rick Snyder took to the legislature floor to deliver arguably the most important speech of his tenure in office.
The president signed off on federal aid to assist the city, where 30,000 households are at risk of lead poisoning due to citywide contamination in the water system.
The state had to send troops to help a desperately poor city, because people there cannot use their lead-contaminated tap water.
In the wake of the Paris attacks, a group of mostly Republican governors is saying they won't take on any refugees from the war-torn nation—but experts say that they don't even have the power to do that.
Michigan republicans pushed through an anti-college athlete union bill, but none of them are trying to crow about their suspicious legislative victory.
Polls suggest most Americans believe states should drug test individuals who benefit from government programs, and politicians are following their lead. But does it make any sense?
Citizens of Detroit have been seeing their access to fresh water cut off, and now their Arab-American neighbors are being intimidated to stay away from the polls. What's going on in Michigan?