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  1. Red Wings not up to speed, look completely overmatched

    The kid gloves got manhandled, which is what some thought would happen in this series, and what the Wings had to fear. They talked about maintaining poise and unleashing their speed, but this was a collision between a 10-speed bike and a truck. Detroit wanted to flex some hustle but Boston flexed the muscle, and the series suddenly looks ominous for the guys in red.

  2. Affirmative action ruling jeopardizes Michigan's progress against inequality

    Tuesday's Supreme Court decision preserves this stingy status quo. It affirms the right of the people of Michigan to close doors that once swung open. And it points toward the closing of an era of social remedies, including affirmative action in education, despite the persistence of inequality.

    • 9:17 PM, Apr. 22, 2014

    After Joe Louis Arena, Detroit riverfront site's future up in air

    Now that the Joe Louis Arena is destined for the wrecking ball, the city of Detroit faces the tough task of finding deep-pocket investors to develop what real estate analysts and urban planners say is a problematic riverfront property.

  3. Bruins rattle Red Wings by showing how they got to Stanley Cup Finals

    The Red Wings were blanked Tuesday night in Game 3 just like they were blanked last spring against the Ducks. And as the fans filed out of Joe Louis Arena, blankety-blanking the home team, there were plenty of easy targets.

    • 10:25 PM, Apr. 22, 2014

    Detroit nonprofit which funds startups through dinners may close

    Detroit Soup a nonprofit organization that holds monthly dinners to raise money for startups could soon shut down because of a lack of funding.

  4. Tigers expect to overcome front-office miscues covering for Jose Iglesias

    It was necessary to ask Dave Dombrowski during a Monday phone conversation about a player who no longer works for the Tigers. Steve Lombardozzi, specifically. Why, a scribe wondered, did the Tigers general manager insist on including Lombardozzi in last November's fan-delighting deal that sent Doug Fister to the Nationals?

    • 11:08 PM, Apr. 22, 2014

    Michigan's college admissions fight far from over

    As the Supreme Court upheld Michigan's affirmative action ban Tuesday, the University of Michigan's incoming president pledged to make campus diversity a priority. And affirmative action supporters vowed to keep pressing for higher minority enrollment.

  5. 'Wine Warriors' has potential to elevate Michigan winemakers

    Local producers are pitching a show about northern Michigan winemakers to TV networks. The show will follow the industry's 'bumpy road from grape to glass' by focusing on three Traverse City vintners and their daily struggles.

    • 10:30 PM, Apr. 22, 2014

    Children, faculty cope with accidental death of 9-year-old Canton student

    A devastated school community tries to help students cope with the accidental death of their schoolmate with input from an expert who says telling the truth, with minimum details, is important.

  6. Chinese-owned Fisker hopes to relaunch Karma in 2015

    A plan for Fisker Automotive Inc. is solidifying that would put the company's gas-electric hybrid Karma luxury automobile back on the road in mid-2015, according to its newly appointed interim president.

    • 11:25 PM, Apr. 22, 2014

    Affirmative action ruling may push more state votes to limit race considerations

    Affirmative action is a matter of public choice and Michigan has made its decision that's how one legal expert is interpreting Tuesday's decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold the state's ban on considering race in college admissions.

  7. Pupuseria y Restaurante Salvadoreno features filled pupusas, a national dish

    The titular pupusas the national dish of El Salvador are thick handmade corn tortillas that resemble pita bread more than they do Mexican tortillas, stuffed with 16 single or combo filling options at Pupuseria y Restaurante Salvadoreno.

    • 8:59 PM, Apr. 22, 2014

    Meet Olympians, get lessons at free SkateFest in Canton

    Skaters can participate in SkateFest at Arctic Edge Ice Arena in Canton Township. The free event includes an expected appearance by 'Stars on Ice' performers and Olympians Jeremy Abbott and Gracie Gold.

  8. About 30 films from around the world coming to Jewish Film Festival

    The selections at this year's 16th annual Lenore Marwil Jewish Film Festival have range. They will be shown in an overlapping schedule, beginning tonight in Flint, then in West Bloomfield Township and in Ann Arbor.

  9. Fantastical Lego KidsFest returns to Novi

    Children of all ages will experience all things Lego when LEGO KidsFest returns for the second year to Suburban Showplace Collection in Novi this weekend.

  10. Tea party candidates file to challenge GOP incumbents, fill open seats

    Lansing The expansion of the Medicaid health care program for the poor was expected to spark a tea party revolt against GOP legislators who voted for the change last ...

    • 9:01 PM, Apr. 22, 2014

    Pet of the week: Patsy

    Patsy, a 1-year-old hound/pit bull mix, is a sweet girl.

  11. Couple's sex life all about the numbers

    Dear Abby: I have been married to a wonderful man for 30 years. Our marriage may not be perfect, but it's quite good.

  12. First ladies have history of making TV cameos

    First lady Michelle Obama will make a cameo appearance Thursday on the season finale of 'Parks and Recreation.' Here are five other somewhat unusual TV ...

  13. Talk Pistons with Vincent Goodwill today at 11 a.m.

    Vincent Goodwill of The Detroit News is your host for a live chat on the Pistons starting at 11 a.m. on Wednesday.

  14. Editorial: Supreme Court upholds will of Michigan voters

    The wait is over. The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled 6-2 to uphold the state's constitutional amendment barring racial preferences in state institutions, ...

  15. Pottery workshop includes tour of Arab museum

    Feed Your Soul, a pottery workshop and docent-guided tour, will run May 17 at the Arab American National Museum in Dearborn.

  16. Statins not the cause of senior's body myositis

    Dear Dr. Roach: I am 82 and recently have been diagnosed with inclusion body myositis. I have been on Zocor for more than 15 years. Do you think the statin ...

  17. Today's TV/radio

    2 Arizona at Chicago Cubs, WGN, MLB

  18. Weekend planner: Your guide to local events

    See Tim Allen at Forgotten Harvest Comedy Night, check out the inaugural Midwest Media Expo, hear singers Ledisi and Iggy-Azalea, and more.

  19. Michigan schools aren't moving forward

    The nonpartisan advocacy group, Education Trust-Midwest recently issued its 'State of Michigan education report.' The findings are disturbing.

  20. Michiganians can't afford deep Medicare cuts

    It seems the federal government is often looking to cut spending, a goal many Americans could support. However, sometimes cuts can do more harm than good, or ...

  21. News readers talk affirmative action

    Re: The Detroit News' April 22 report, 'High court's Michigan ruling another affirmative action setback': Proponents of affirmative action always claim that ...

    • 11:24 PM, Apr. 22, 2014

    In today's e-Edition of The Detroit News

    Justices' 6-2 ruling backs the state's voter-approved law, and other states may try to replicate it. Plus, reactions mixed from students and advocacy groups. #1

  22. Bruins take control of series with convincing victory over Red Wings

    The Bruins turned a dominating first period into an early lead and held on for a 3-0 victory over the Red Wings in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference first- ...

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