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  1. Reality saps drama out of Detroit bankruptcy

    A court-appointed financial expert asked to assess whether the city's restructuring plan is 'feasible' concluded Monday that it is, marking another critical turn in Detroit's effort to negotiate successfully the largest municipal bankruptcy in American history.

  2. Lions rookie kicker Nate Freese needs to find his footing -- and fast

    Freese said Lions coach Jim Caldwell's message to him Monday was simple: 'Keep your head up, keep going forward and keep working hard.' And when asked if he thought he still had the coaching staff's confidence, the rookie replied, 'I think so.'

    • 11:48 PM, Sep. 15, 2014
    • LIFESTYLE

    John Lennon, Warren Zevon ó the many faces of artist, ad exec Tom Maniaci

    Warren Zevon is not in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Randy Newman is. If you're Tom Maniaci of Birmingham, that's sort of like Alan Trammell not being in the Baseball Hall of Fame when so many stiffs have plaques.

  3. Zetterbergs launch foundation charity gala

    She's a glamorous Swedish television star and recording artist. He's a celebrated hockey sensation. On Friday, Emma Andersson Zetterberg and husband Henrik Zetterberg hosted the inaugural Zetterberg Foundation Charity Event.

  4. Husband's 'educational' DVDs get flunking grade from wife

    Dear Abby: I am a full-time mother of three young children and have been married for nine years. Since the beginning, my husband has pushed to have things 'his way.' He struggles with his temper and has yelled at me over little things.

  5. Guillian-Barre causes progressive weakness

    Dear Dr. Roach: Three months ago, my daughter, age 50 and a healthy person, was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome. The onset was gradual, beginning with numbness in her hands and feet, and severe pain in her back. After an MRI didnít reveal any nerve problems in her spine, she was referred to a neurologist and began an IV of immunoglobulin. Her condition improved dramatically, but two weeks ago the symptoms returned and she began a series of IVs again.

  6. Dove Obama makes for a reluctant hawk

    As he offered to the nation his prescription for the most recent Middle East crisis, President Barack Obama reminded me of Michael Corleone in 'The Godfather: Part III.' '

  7. Brand-new Lions done in by same old mistakes in loss to Panthers

    This wasn't a battering, not really. It was a bumbling, a bungling, a trip down misery lane. Against a tough defense, the Lions' offense made all the big mistakes in a 24-7 loss to the Panthers on Sunday.

  8. Anibal Sanchez could be the Tigers' secret weapon -- out of the bullpen

    Sanchez almost certainly won't be in the Tigers' playoff rotation, should they make it to their fourth consecutive postseason. That doesn't mean he can't contribute. In fact, they could really use his help.

    • 8:36 AM, Sep. 15, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    The Internet of things? That's banking on trouble

    There's a great big Internet-connected network of the future coming, America, and I am afraid.

  9. Column: Mr. Obama goes to war

    President Barack Obama has come to the realization that the war on terror doesn't end simply because you quit fighting it. The rest of America must get to the same place.

  10. Tigers Insider: Indians are plenty sick of Victor, J.D. Martinez

    The Martinezes have driven in more than 40 percent of the Tigers runs against the Indians this year, and have accounted for more than half the homers against them.

  11. Despite shortcomings, Joe Nathan gets job done for Tigers and that's enough

    When the 'Tigers' and 'bullpen' are threaded into the same sentence you can generally add a third word: anxiety. There is simply little confidence the Tigers will have a clean close-out to a game in which their back-end relievers are involved.

  12. Big Ten Insider: League barely better than the MAC these days

    There was a time, not that long ago, when people actually debated if the Big Ten was as good of a football conference as the SEC. Now, it barely holds an edge over the Mid-American Conference.

  13. Could new technology devastate auto industry?

    Communications technology has shaken the book business to its foundations, not to mention newspapers, and automobile manufacturers might be the next industry ...

  14. Prep Insider: Grant Perry still clicking for Brother Rice football

    Perry, who wants to be a part of a fourth consecutive state title, has caught 22 passes for 478 yards and six touchdowns to give Brother Rice a 3-0 start and ...

  15. Gov. Snyder as you've never heard him before

    The governor who ran four years ago as 'one tough nerd' suddenly sounds different. In his last two campaign commercials, Rick Snyder's voice is deeper.

  16. Wolverines shrug off sentiments of disgruntled semi-throng

    This is what you get when you're marketed as an elite team but playing like a generic brand. This is what you get when you're struggling to handle one of ...

  17. 200 years later, 'The Star-Spangled Banner' still has emotional power

    I stand, put my hand over my heart and sing along. In my monotone. That is when I'm live at the games. My colleagues all know that and OK, I'm a bit eccentric. ...

    • 9:28 PM, Sep. 12, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    Q&Auto: Ohio basketball star-turned-Acura TLX czar

    That a corn-fed, Ohio b-ball star is development chief for Acura tells you a lot about American auto-making.

  18. Tigers rediscover swagger in nick of time

    It is one thing to conceive a script for winning. It is quite another, as this team has displayed through much of 2014, to play in a manner envisioned or ...

  19. Jennifer Aniston up for an Oscar? Toronto film festival shows the possibilities

    Some final notes and thoughts from this year's Toronto International Film Festival: Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Felicity Jones are likely Oscar ...

  20. Smith: Youth ensure we'll never forget 9/11

    I saw a quote that claimed, 'Domestic Violence is now the NFL's No. 1 off-field issue.' Now?

  21. When sportsmen behave badly ó again

    Again the sports world is rattled by men behaving badly, but this time with a twist: NFL player Ray Rice tried to stay when he should have gone, while NBA team ...

  22. Written thank-yous for gifts show heartfelt appreciation

    Dear Abby: I turned 14 and had a small party with relatives to celebrate. A few days later my mom bought thank-you cards and said I should send them out.

  23. Search on for cancer pain relief alternative

    Dear Dr. Roach: Iím about midway through a 5-year follow-up treatment of aromatase inhibitors for estrogen positive breast cancer (after surgery and radiation). ...

  24. MEA should be cheerleader for teachers, not bully

    Martin Public Schools teacher Peter Boyd made a strategic decision last year. After 37 years in education, Boyd felt he wasn't getting much out of his union ...

    • 8:02 AM, Sep. 12, 2014
    • LIFESTYLE

    Compassion missing in dismissal of gay teacher

    For so many reasons, and on so many levels, it's hard not to be passionate about Barb Webb, the gay Marian High School teacher who was terminated a couple ...

  25. Combating domestic violence would benefit NFL more than firing Roger Goodell

    Roger Goodell is guilty. Heís guilty of all the standard charges ó arrogance, ignorance and incompetence. He's guilty of a lesser charge than Ray Rice (please, ...

  26. Jose Iglesias, Steven Moya and Devon Travis likely in Tigers' plans for 2015

    Players dressed in heavier blue and white togs were handling the 61-degree chill as they took batting practice ahead of what was expected to be a standing-room- ...

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