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  1. Ndamukong Suh signed a $60 million contract in 2010. (Daniel Mears / Detroit News)

    Lions close down negotiations with Suh until after season

    Lions president Tom Lewand on Monday said contract negotiations with star defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh will be tabled until after the season.

  1. Brother charged with murdering woman who was strangled, stabbed

    A 23-year-old Dearborn man accused of killing his sister in his home was arraigned today in the city's 19th District Court.

  2. Ford's aluminum-body 2015 F-150s to cost more than previous models

    2015 F-150 (Ford)Ford said today that base prices of its aluminum-body 2015 F-150 pickup will increase between $395-$3,615 over the current 2014 truck.

  3. McBride's speech was slurred before death, friend testifies

    McBrideThe prosecution presented five witnesses today, which included a neighbor of Theodore Wafer, in its strategy to prove its case against the 55-year-old Dearborn Heights homeowner charged in the shooting death of 19-year-old Detroiter Renisha McBride.

  4. Michigan's Devin Gardner: I'll make sure Brady Hoke isn't on hot seat

    Devin Gardner, right, on Brady Hoke: 'My job is to make sure he's not on the hot seat, so that's what I'm going to do.' (David Guralnick / Detroit News)It is the fourth season of the Brady Hoke coaching regime at Michigan, and already the words 'hot seat' have been attached to his name.

  1. Dave Brandon on Brady Hoke: 'Every football coach in America lives under enormous pressure, so I don't need to apply any more.' (Elizabeth Conley / The Detroit News)

    Amid scrutiny, Dave Brandon motivated by Michigan's 'unfinished business'

    Dave Brandon took over Michigan athletics during one of the most-tumultuous times in school history. More than four years later, the noise has abated a bit, but it never, ever stops.

  1. A rental car grace period? Better say your prayers

    The nuns at old St. Mary's taught me that there were two kinds of grace: sanctifying and actual. But I don't think Sister Theresa traveled much, or she would have known …

  1. Bound for San Diego, Coast Guardsman's mover gets beached in Mo.

    When the driver of the moving van carrying all 15,840 pounds of your earthly possessions gets fired on his way to San Diego and abandons the trailer in some dinky town in …

  1. To change culture, change faces

    Wayne County has switched leaders before without changing course. If county residents want change, they'll have to break their habit of voting for familiar names.

  1. Unpredictable Tigers looking like a postseason crapshoot
  2. Q&Auto: The motorhead behind the new Challenger Hellcat
  3. It's still up to Brad Ausmus to figure out Tigers' new bullpen mix
  4. Review: Unlike most shoot-'em-ups, 'Lucy' dabbles in the cosmos
  1. Rand Paul hiring top Mich. GOP strategist

    Lansing — Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is hiring a top Michigan Republican political strategist to help steer his national political action committee — the …

  1. Israeli PM warns of prolonged campaign in Gaza war

    Used artillery shells litter the ground on the morning of July 28, 2014 near Kafar Azza, Israel. (Andrew Burton / Getty Images)

    Gaza City, Gaza Strip — Israel's prime minister warned Monday that the country faced a prolonged campaign against Hamas in the Gaza Strip, as the …

  1. Red Lobster tries acting like a fancier restaurant

    This combination made from photos provided by Red Lobster shows its Wood Grilled Tilapia, on rectangular plates, with the fish, rice and vegetables spread out separately, top; and the same dish on a circular plate on which slabs of fish are piled over the rice, an architectural presentation that is common at higher-end restaurants. The new plating style marks the latest attempt by the struggling seafood to right its course as it embarks on a new era. (AP)

    New York — Red Lobster wants to be seen as a purveyor of quality seafood, so it's getting rid of some of its promotional discounts and stacking the …

  1. Vote no on Wayne school proposal

    Residents across Wayne County are being asked to approve a 2-mill tax increase for schools countywide. The measure on the Aug. 5 ballot would translate into an additional $379 per-student for six years, and schools could use the money however they'd like.


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