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Bankrupt city may seek to monetize some of nearly 3,000 works housed in Detroit Institute of Arts collection
With Detroit in bankruptcy proceedings, its busy firefighters say they've waited years for more equipment and manpower.
With few resources, Detroit's fire department serves a city plagued by arson.
Auto dealers report record-breaking sales for November and attribute it to online car shoppers.
Employees gather in front of courthouse: 'Pension is all we got, and now they want to cut that'
The decision was met with protests from unions, which don't want pensions cut
If Judge Steven Rhodes rules in favor of bankruptcy, retirees' pension payments could be drastically reduced
From ingredients to packaging, everything at Two James Spirits is local
Some homeless make accusations that police pick them up and drive them out of town, away from new development
McCutchen won the NL honor by a surprisingly wide margin while Cabrera took the AL prize for a second year in a row
Local Florida leaders rejected the civil rights leader after he thanked Fidel Castro, Yaser Arafat and Moammar Ghadafi
In his live address, President Barack Obama reflected on Nelson Mandela's legacy