Dearborn

3.14.18

Where to Eat in Detroit's Outer Neighborhoods

Detroit's food scene is one of the country's finest—and it owes its identity to immigrant- and black-owned restaurants.

1.13.18

Hawaii's Mistaken Ballistic Missile Alert Shows How Fake News Spreads

And more stories that turned out to be nothing.

1.31.17

American Muslims Worry the Worst Is Yet to Come

Trump's travel ban has many fretting that it could fuel more Islamophobia.

4.6.16

Muslim Civil Rights Group Files Class Action Lawsuit Challenging Terror Watch List

"Through extra-judicial and secret means," the complaint alleges, "the federal government is ensnaring individuals into an invisible web of consequences that are imposed indefinitely and without recourse."

3.10.16

How America's Muslims Have Handled 15 Years of Post-9/11 Islamophobia

Dearborn, Michigan, has been the target of anti-Islamic sentiment since 9/11, but in reality, it is the model of a peaceful community where people of various faiths live alongside one another without conflict.

4.6.15

Detroit's Islamist 'Cheerleader' Manages to Keep Quiet About His Money

After a legal fight, a federal judge ruled that Islamist preacher Ahmad Jibril needs to answer the government's questions about his shady finances — but not publicly.

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8.5.14

Why Are Michigan Officials Suppressing Arab-American Voters?

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?

5.28.14

Huang's World: Detroit, Part 2

Eddie heads to Dearborn, Michigan, home of the highest Middle Eastern population per capita outside the Middle East itself, for Iraqi pastries, and Wild Wednesdays, and kebab diplomacy.