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

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  • How Trump can help Detroit

    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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    Michigan shuts down bad schools. Leading states build them up.

    Michigan’s law that calls for the annual closure of the state’s worst schools is unique in the nation.

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    Noah had to deal with a deluge. So do Detroit faith leaders, in the form of sharply rising bills…

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  • Detroit board may sue state to keep schools open

    The Detroit school board has threatened to sue to prevent the state from closing schools in the city that…

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  • ShadowSpirit

    Shadow of the Spirit of Detroit

    In Detroit, jobs are scarce. Money is short. That has led to an underground economy that one Detroit reporter…

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    My Mother’s Story

    Sally Horwitz would have had a lot to say about Donald Trump, terrorism, ISIS, what it means to be…

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