Even 75 years later, the words from Franklin Delano Roosevelt remain one of the most important speeches ever given by a U.S. president. He had a 17-page speech to read, but instead he trusted his gut and went with the words we know so well today. Here's more on FDR's Pearl Harbor speech:
A corrections officer says he's being discriminated against at work because he's black. His attorney tells Amy Lange Fox 2 that MDOC's own internal investigation proves that to be true. And that he's not the only one:
75th ANNIVERSARY: December 7, 1941, "A date which will live in infamy."
Today we remember the 2,403 Americans killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor, the wounded and the survivors who are still haunted by the images of that day. Thank you to everyone who fought for freedom in the bloody war that followed. Meet a survivor of the USS Arizona in the video below. He's one of only 5 still alive... View details ⇨
What happened to Kimora Simon? Her mom said she was in Detroit with her father. But prosecutors say they lied - and she was dead and buried in a shallow grave where animals are believed to have taken her body.