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In Today's Detroit News: Wed, October 22, 2014

Creditor Syncora wants land and $200 million

Bond insurer also seeks a bigger stake in the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel to settle its fight over the city’s bankruptcy plan.  Read it in the e-edition

MSU, UM sharpen skills for Saturday

Wojo’s picks for the big games, plus the Spartans’ fight to join football’s elite, and the end of the Wolverines’ rivalry with the Irish.  Read more

Snyder holds $800,000 cash lead over Mark Schauer

Gov reports $2.8 million in his campaign coffers, while his challenger has $2.07 million.  Read more

Anyone and anything were fair game for Joan Rivers

The comedian, who died at age 81, forged her own path and blazed a trail for women in comedy.  Read more

Bill Schuette takes the lead in multistate GM probe

Michigan’s attorney general says the investigation of the automaker’s ignition switch recall will be exhaustive and fair.  Read more