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Two UN rapporteurs recommended Detroit immediately resume water service for residents unable to pay their bills
Tentative deal reached on settling the company's $400 million claim in largest ever municipal bankruptcy case
How can officials fairly secure a path to recovery while leaving the city able to grow and rebuild?
Theodore Wafer tells family of slain 19-year-old he will carry ‘guilt and sorrow forever’
White 'porch shooter'' Theodore Wafer convicted of second-degree murder of unarmed African-American teen
Jurors on Thursday rejected Theodore Wafer's claim that he acted in self-defense
The US cannot credibly advocate for human rights abroad while failing to protect them at home
In an act of solidarity with others who’ve lost access to water, group takes 1,000 gallons north
Keyvn Orr, the city's emergency manager appointed by the state, had been managing all of Detroit's operations
Retirees approved the city’s bankruptcy plan this week, but some vulnerable creditors stand to lose more than others