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  1. 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.

  2. 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 traditional start of the campaign season, and they ain't seen nothing yet.

  3. Things lost in the flood

    Re: The Detroit News' August 27 report,

  4. 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    Huntington Woods officials have rightly repealed a controversial tree ordinance after residents conducted a petition drive asking the city to either repeal the law or submit it for voter approval.

  5. Wolverine football must mean fall's back

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

  6. 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.

  7. 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 plan approved by the state — district officials abruptly changed course just days later.

  8. 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 didn't cover losses from water damage caused by the storm.

  9. When cricket was king in Detroit

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

  10. Mexico's four obstacles to competitiveness

    This month Mexico signed substantial reforms into law.

  11. 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 prove that most people want the president to pull back from America's position as world policeman.

  12. 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 geniuses as Albert Einstein, Michelangelo or Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart?

  13. 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.

  14. 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 involving the Central American minors, in part because of language barriers and their fear of retribution.

  15. 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
    • OPINIONS + EDITORIAL
    • 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 ...

  16. As an investment, toilet paper is as good as gold

    If you think that real estate or oil wells are the best tax shelters, guess again.

  17. Poverty cannot excuse failure

    While students were on summer break, America got a lesson on education.

  18. The case for drug discounts

    It is truly disappointing to see Howard Dean carrying the water for the pharmaceutical industry in his August 6op-ed, '

  19. Livonia: The rest of the story on Hinoki school

    Dan Quisenberry, president of the Michigan Association of Public School Academies, wrote a column about Livonia Public Schools and the Hinoki International ...

  20. Editorial: At Detroit Fire Department, base promotions solely on merit

    The Detroit Fire Department is taking a big step forward in proposing new criteria for promotions.

  21. The suburbs are arming to the teeth

    If the federal government has free military equipment to give away, it would seem logical to give more of it to counties with high crime rates and scarce ...

  22. ISIS calls for a global solution

    Sometimes, amid the heated political debate about what should done by the U.S. government in world affairs, a proposal cuts through the TV babble of the ...

  23. Defeat ISIS by letting Syria loose

    Obama administration officials proclaim that the Islamic State's isolated experiment in 7th century Islam to pose a dire threat to America.

  24. Michigan's great teachers deserve great praise

    Many of us can recall a great teacher who influenced and inspired us and to whom we owe a debt of gratitude for their interest in our education and the ...

  25. Editorial: Late school start doesn't help kids

    If you have out-of-state friends with children or pay attention to national media, you've probably caught on that 'back to school' has already happened in most ...

  26. Getting women a seat at the political table

    Today is Women's Equality Day, a day to commemorate the passage of the 19th Amendment.

  27. After Ferguson's fires, go and vote next time

    Televised scenes of fires and looters ravaging storefront buildings in Ferguson, Missouri brought flashbacks in my memory to other urban riots a half-century ...

  28. Should America lead on climate change?

    President Obama is pretty much acting as a one-man wrecking crew when it comes to breaking the impasse on actions geared towards mitigating climate change. ...

  29. The price of being frontrunner

    The 2016 presidential preseason still has a few months left — for every candidate but Hillary Rodham Clinton.

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