How a Subprime Auto Lender Consumed Detroit With Debt and Turned Its Courthouse Into a Collections Agency

When Don Foss started his career as a car salesman, he recognized early on that most of his prospective customers had shaky credit, leaving them with few options for financing to buy a vehicle. So in 1972, he started subprime auto lending company Credit Acceptance Corporation to fill that void. He knew lending money…

Trump Is Stacking the Federal Courts With More Anti-Abortion Judges

Brett Kavanaugh isn’t the only threat to Roe v. Wade and reproductive rights. Two more conservative ideologues with alarming positions on everything from abortion to gay marriage to immigrant rights are about to be confirmed to lifetime appointments on a federal court of appeals, with the potential to influence…

No One Panic, New Music from Solange Is Coming

Solange, a multi-faceted artistic force to be reckoned with, has been mostly in the shadows for the last year. Aside from performing at Coachella with her lesser known sister and promoting her upcoming line with IKEA (because the range of her talent knows no bounds), she’s been idly lurking on social media, providing…