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  1. Detroit's latest offer to retirees eases pensions cuts but raises health care fears

    The city's latest offer to retirees dramatically softens the blow to their monthly pensions, but creates a murky outlook for their greatly reduced future health insurance benefits.

  2. Suspected getaway driver shot by Detroit homeowner, crashes vehicle into another house

    Raymond Bradley walked his daughter, who was the one injured by the crash and was still wearing a hospital gown over clothes later Thursday morning, back into the home. (Tony Briscoe / The Detroit News)A suspect who was shot during a break-in attempt on the city's west side early this morning was found dead after he crashed a getaway vehicle into a home across the street, injuring a woman in the home.

  1. Live tweets: Detroit, creditors argue adequacy of debt-cutting plan

    The city and bankruptcy lawyers for creditors are discussing the adequacy of Detroit's debt-cutting plan today in federal court.

  2. Chrysler updates its Dodge muscle cars

    The four-door 2015 Dodge Charger will get some powertrain updates. (Photos by Dodge)Chrysler is expected to reveal refreshed versions of its Dodge Charger and Challenger muscle cars today at the New York International Auto Show featuring new sheet metal, new technology and the return of the Bumble Bee.

  3. Pulte's blight vision gets torn down

    Bill Pulte, seen here with U.S. Sen. Carl Levin, had made progress on eliminating blight in Brightmoor, but will hand off the rest of the job to the city. (David Coates / The Detroit News)Nolan Finley: Did blight buster Bill Pulte really decide his work in Detroit was done and it was time to move on? Or did he get shoved out by the Duggan administration?

  1. Tigers' Austin Jackson leaves his helmet and bat after he strikes out swinging with two men on in the eighth inning. The inning included a failed sacrifice bunt by Torii Hunter. (Robin Buckson / Detroit News)

    Tigers manager Brad Ausmus encounters his first strategy tragedy

    Anyone who follows baseball, particularly baseball in Detroit, knew a game was approaching when Tigers manager Brad Ausmus and Motown's wide world of Ausmus-worshipers would have their first squabble. It happened Wednesday night at Comerica Park in a game the Indians won, 3-2, on an evening so frosty the Tigers should have erected igloos in Comerica's lower deck.

  1. Speedy Red Wings set to take on big, bad Bruins

    Zdeno Chara, left, and Milan Lucic make the Boston Garden a house of horrors for opponents. (Gary Wiepert / Associated Press)Uh, OK. This is different, even a bit awkward, like meeting the guy who took your plush corner office. It's different in more ways than we've ever seen, as the Wings make their first foray into the Eastern Conference playoffs and immediately get to face the East's beasts, the Boston Bruins. Be careful what you wish for, right?

  1. Affirmative inaction: The college admissions playing field needs to be accessible to all

    If your kid walks past crack houses to get to high school and my kid walks through clover, the playing field is not level.

  1. Bling King: 2015 Cadillac Escalade

    The big yacht is pickup-based and shares specs with Chevy's Tahoe But the $72k Escalade is much more than a Tahoe in a tux. It puts OMG in SUV.

  1. Review: 'Jodorowsky's Dune' details a director's unfulfilled vision

    'Jodorowsky's Dune' is a documentary that looks back to the '70s when visionary filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky tried to adapt Frank Herbert's wildly popular science fiction …

  1. Smith brothers take family feud out of the basement for Red Wings-Bruins series
  2. Chapter 9 turns page in Detroit, but remains far from closed
  3. 'Bad Boys' documentary captures magical era
  4. Mother of autistic toddler finds neighborhood support as she works on early treatment
  1. Detroit's changing numbers in bankruptcy deal to face scrutiny

    A sudden change of fortune for 32,400 Detroit pensioners in the city's historic bankruptcy — from the threat of draconian pension cuts to a modest reduction in lifetime benefits — could face mathematical scrutiny as the case proceeds, experts say.

  1. Bling King: 2015 Cadillac Escalade

    The big yacht is pickup-based and shares specs with Chevy's Tahoe But the $72k Escalade is much more than a Tahoe in a tux. It puts OMG in SUV.

  1. Evacuation came too late for many on sinking South Korea ferry

    South Korean Coast Guard officers search for missing passengers aboard a sunken ferry in the water off the southern coast near Jindo, South Korea, April 17, 2014. (Ahn Young-joon / AP)

    An immediate evacuation order was not issued for the ferry that sank off South Korea's southern coast, likely with scores of people trapped inside, a …

  1. Hollywood changes script, tempts religious audiences

    'Noah,' starring Russell Crowe, has divided religious audiences, who debate whether it portrays the true biblical story. It has had a decent box-office run, though below expectations. (Niko Tavernise)

    Hollywood may be taking the Christian audience for movies seriously, judging by its roster of releases for 2014. But the reception for the first …

  1. Pair leftover eggs with holiday ham for imaginative dinners all week

    Adding ham and horseradish to the filling ignites a tasty spark in what was once deviled eggs. (Kate Lawson / The Detroit News)

    Go beyond ham sandwiches and soups to try a variation on a deviled egg using cooked ham, make edible ham cups for your next brunch or enjoy ham and …

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