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Tale of two cities: Despite rebound, study says Detroit short 100,000 jobs
Tale of two cities: Despite rebound, study says Detroit short 100,000 jobs
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The conventional wisdom has been that Detroit is recovering, but there’s a major flaw in that assessment. If anything, the plight of Detroit’s long-time residents has been getting worse.

The ravaging of Detroit neighborhoods by tax foreclosures
The ravaging of Detroit neighborhoods by tax foreclosures
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Downtown Detroit is in a revival, but neighborhoods across the city are still declining. One of the reasons is the onslaught of tax foreclosures.

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Black in Blue
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How the riots shaped the lives and careers of two black Detroit officers.

Tale Of Two Cities
Tale Of Two Cities
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Despite rebound, study says Detroit short 100,000 jobs.

How Trump can help Detroit
How Trump can help Detroit
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The new president has been criticized by African-American and urban leaders for his broad-stroke, apocalyptic view of inner-city neighborhoods…

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