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Father attacks daughter's killer in court

Father attacks daughter's killer in court

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Outrage over bloody arrest of unarmed black man

Outrage over bloody arrest of unarmed black man

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Detroit horror: two kids dead in a freezer

Detroit horror: two kids dead in a freezer

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Socialism, murder and crime: from Detroit to Caracas

Socialism, murder and crime: from Detroit to Caracas

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Clinton-era official blames 'white' suburb for Detroit mess

Clinton-era official blames 'white' suburb for Detroit mess

Robert Reich, a political economist who served in various Democrat administrations, is a professor at UC-Berkeley.

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VP Biden uses 'racist' Tea Party language

VP Biden uses 'racist' Tea Party language

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VP Biden wants to take America back

VP Biden wants to take America back

'It's time to take back America!' Biden appeared to use a phrase often attributed to Tea Party activists.

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Republican-controlled Michigan sees state budget increase

Republican-controlled Michigan sees state budget increase

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Detroit mother stands her ground to defend her kids

Detroit mother stands her ground to defend her kids

Local media mis-reported that she used an 'assault rifle'. Detroit police chief applauds legal use of firearms to deter crime.

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Detroit's faltering infrastructure nearly takes the life of 8-year-old school girl

Detroit's faltering infrastructure nearly takes the life of 8-year-old school girl

Monica Lindsey rescued her daughter and one other child who had fallen into a deadly sinkhole at their school. "It was God, that's all I can say. It was God...I wasn't supposed to be there."

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Detroit schools issue ID cards storing student photos and fingerprints

Detroit schools issue ID cards storing student photos and fingerprints

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American cities follow Detroit's footsteps

American cities follow Detroit's footsteps

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Rehabilitating Detroit: one step at a time

Rehabilitating Detroit: one step at a time

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Detroit tax assessors earn $100K for part-time work

Detroit tax assessors earn $100K for part-time work

Houses that sold for $100 in Detroit were assessed at $46,000 by the city. Thousands of tax foreclosures go unaddressed by the cash-strapped city.

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Michigan bill would exempt banks from paying fines for 'blighted' properties

Michigan bill would exempt banks from paying fines for 'blighted' properties

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Michigan cities join Chicago and New York as most miserable

Michigan cities join Chicago and New York as most miserable

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Exported from Detroit: No Maseratis

Exported from Detroit: No Maseratis

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High school coach allegedly shoots dead an assailant

High school coach allegedly shoots dead an assailant

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Detroit's best Chaldean food typified by New Sahara Restaurant

Detroit's best Chaldean food typified by New Sahara Restaurant

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Detroit police say: Enter at your own risk

Detroit police say: Enter at your own risk

Detroit police officers are warning people to stay out of the Motor City. Fearful for their lives, they want more pay and fewer hours at work. Sixty miles away, in Flint, the murder rate is set to surpass last year's record.

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Quixotic Republican McCotter bows out

Quixotic Republican McCotter bows out

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Racism is repulsive: in whatever form it takes

Racism is repulsive: in whatever form it takes

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Author Black warns Detroit audiences of impending Iranian threat

Author Black warns Detroit audiences of impending Iranian threat

Israel does not want war with Iran. But it will protect itself.

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Investigative author Edwin Black recounts Holocaust in the Mideast

Investigative author Edwin Black recounts Holocaust in the Mideast

As part of his 2012 book tour, author Edwin Black will speak in Detroit on June 11-12 on his book, 'The Farhud', which details genocide perpetrated in the Mideast and the Balkans by Nazis and Muslims.

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Michigan taxpayers subsidize gourmet Whole Foods store

Michigan taxpayers subsidize gourmet Whole Foods store

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The Summer of '68: book review

The Summer of '68: book review

In 1968, there was a lot that changed in the US besides baseball.

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Abandoned Detroit shows how soil develops

Abandoned Detroit shows how soil develops

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Michigan community shows support for Chaldean Christians following vandalization of church

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Upcycling cars into sandals in the Motor City

Upcycling cars into sandals in the Motor City

Junkyard car seatbelts and abandoned tires come together in a sustainable sandal that could one day put Detroit homeless people to work manufacturing them.

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Detroit: Ethnic parishes hit by closings

Detroit: Ethnic parishes hit by closings

Polish and Italian parishes are being hit by recommendations to the Archdiocese of Detroit.

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Michigan legislator predicts 'uprisings' if welfare is denied

Michigan legislator predicts 'uprisings' if welfare is denied

Michiganders are limited to 48 months of cash assistance in a lifetime.

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