Today on Stateside, candidate Abdul El-Sayed fights recent uncertainty about his eligibility to run for governor. And, columnist Daniel Howes says Trump's State of the Union comments about the auto industry were "directionally correct," but lacked nuance and detail. Also today, we hear how museum intrigue nearly sent the original Wright brothers plane to Michigan.
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- Abdul El-Sayed: "We're 100% confident that I'm eligible to run for governor"
- Museum intrigue nearly sent original Wright brothers plane to Michigan
- Essays in "The Burden" explore slavery's continuing impact on America
- Nassar faces dozens more survivors in first day of Eaton County sentencing
- Howes: Trump comments on auto industry "directionally correct" but lack nuance and detail