Two writers discuss gentrification. One sees inequality. The other, glimmers of hope.
The leader of a small-business group says we need to re-figure the money problem in Michigan.
Examining free college prep exam courses, which some say work just as well as those that cost thousands.
The city reduces controversial surcharge after religious leaders balk.
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The riot – or rebellion, as some call it – raised long-suppressed issues of race, poverty, joblessness and despair among African-American Detroiters. How much has truly changed?
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