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  1. Editorial: Find consensus to end bankruptcy trial

    It is in the best interest of the city, pensioners, and creditors to see that the so-called 'grand bargain' — the $816 million plan to lessen pension cuts and preserve city-owned art — reaches final closure and is adopted as quickly as possible.

  2. How partnerships build communities

    Like pieces of a mosaic fitting securely and strategically together, the range of current commercial and residential development projects in Detroit evokes an optimistic portrait of the city's future.

  3. Can Rand Paul defeat neocon Hillary?

    U.S. foreign policy is a bipartisan fiasco. President George W. Bush gave the American people Iraq, the gift that keeps on giving. President Barack Obama is a slightly more reluctant warrior, but he is taking the country back into Iraq.

  4. U.S. needs lower corporate tax rates

    The Obama administration is highly exercised about 'inversion,' the practice by which an American corporation acquires a foreign company and moves its headquarters out of the U.S. to benefit from lower tax rates abroad.

  5. What I know and don't about Ferguson

    The one thing I know is that I don't know what it it's like to be a young black man who is confronted by a white police officer pointing a gun.

  6. Why Labor Day still matters

    Labor Day is more than the unofficial end of summer. It's more than a day of cookouts, dips in the swimming pool or an extended weekend trip to a cottage up north.

  7. Editorial: Joint authority is ploy to hike taxes

    Hazel Park and Eastpointe are forming an authority that would allow them to seek 14-mill tax increases for fire protection. They should ditch that idea and try to find savings elsewhere.

  8. A Navy with a mission in mind

    Russia's ongoing dismemberment of Ukraine and the Islamic State's erasing of Middle Eastern borders have distracted attention from the harassment of U.S. Navy aircraft by Chinese fighter jets over the South China Sea.

  9. Don't dismiss seniority at Fire Department

    Re: The Detroit News' Aug. 27 editorial, 'At Detroit Fire Department, base promotions solely on merit': In your editorial regarding the Detroit Fire Department's promotion system, you claim that the city seeks a '

  10. Late school start good for families, schools

    The Michigan Lodging and Tourism Association (MLTA) appreciates the opportunity to respond to The Detroit News' August 26 editorial, which is based on the false premise that starting school after Labor Day somehow harms student achievement outcomes.

  11. State needs more jobs as economy grows

    Michigan's economy grew for a century on the back of the automotive industry and the manufacturing that supports it. Following the Great Recession, the state's prospects are looking better than at any point in the past six years.

  12. A tribute to the Job Corps

    Fifty years ago, President Lyndon Johnson made good on his promise of a 'War on Poverty' with the Economic Opportunity Act.

  13. Workers need higher wages

    Under pressure by a ballot campaign to raise the minimum wage to $10.10 and to eventually bring tipped workers up to minimum wage, the Michigan Legislature voted May 27 to increase the wage to $9.25 in four steps, the first of which takes effect Monday.

  14. UAW members should thank right to work

    It is pretty clear that union officials do not like right to work laws. They insist that they can't survive without the power to force employees to pay union dues or fees.

  15. Column: A New Orleans model for Detroit?

    If you aren't familiar with the name Paul Pastorek, chances are you've heard about his work.

  16. Editorial: Let there be politics

    Michigan voters may already feel as if they're inundated with political advertising preoccupied with nasty personal attacks. But Labor Day marks the ...

  17. Things lost in the flood

    Re: The Detroit News' August 27 report,

  18. A victory for homeowners

    Huntington Woods officials have rightly repealed a controversial tree ordinance after residents conducted a petition drive asking the city to either repeal the ...

  19. Wolverine football must mean fall's back

    Today marks the start of the football season for my alma mater, the University of Michigan.

  20. Don't write labor's epitaph just yet

    Labor Day is again upon us. And so are the inevitable epitaphs for the labor movement in America. The distressing analysis of the labor movement is familiar.

  21. Editorial: No end in sight for Detroit Public Schools' money struggles

    It's been a tumultuous past week at Detroit Public Schools. After announcing a 10 percent pay reduction for employees among other cutbacks—and getting that ...

  22. Beware, Detroit: Flood relief may not be coming

    Plenty of Detroit homeowners got a big surprise from their insurance agents after the recent flooding in the tri-county area, finding that their policies ...

  23. When cricket was king in Detroit

    Strange but true — cricket was once the No. 1 summer team sport in Detroit.

  24. Mexico's four obstacles to competitiveness

    This month Mexico signed substantial reforms into law.

  25. Caution is the Obama Doctrine

    A series of foreign crises makes it look like the world has been set ablaze. President Barack Obama's critics say his disengagement is to blame. Yet polls ...

  26. Empower autistic children for the school year

    How would it make you feel if a highly skilled physician or psychologist were to inform you that your child is neurologically wired similarly to such creative ...

  27. Mark Schauer joins the war on women

    It is richly ironic that Schauer so ardently embraced the nomination of a pro-life Supreme Court candidate at last weekend's state party convention.

  28. Mixed greeting awaits border kids

    The voices of Central American families living in Metro Detroit have been missing from the increasingly explosive conversation about immigration, especially ...

  29. Editorial: End of federal oversight affirms progress

    There's been no better sign of the progress Detroit is making toward becoming a fully functional city than the Police Department's release this week from more ...

    • 5:24 PM, Aug. 27, 2014
    • Editorials

    Energy freedom good for consumers

    Should residents and businesses be allowed to generate energy and get a fair price for power they produce? Of course they should. That's why we introduced a ...

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