Detroit

No One Should Have to Walk 21 Miles to Work
A Detroit man's awful commute epitomizes America's broken policies.
February 05, 2015

A Detroit man's awful commute epitomizes America's broken policies.

Jeb Bush Won't Win the GOP Primary If He Keeps Giving Bland Speeches Like This One
February 05, 2015

His remarks in Detroit were utterly ordinary.

Detroit and Stockton Are Just the Beginning of an Attack on Public Pensions
December 22, 2014

Heading into 2015, many cities are in what one professor calls "deep doodoo."

Detroit Is Out of Bankruptcy. Now Comes the Hard Part.
November 07, 2014

Congrats, Detroit, but don't screw up!

Is Obamacare Making Insurance Cheaper In Your City?
New report shows prices falling in some places, but there's a catch
September 05, 2014

Quite possibly—but there's a catch

Detroit's Promising Lesson for America's Failing Cities
September 02, 2014

Why the city's bankruptcy might be a good thing.

The Coastal Elites Are Getting Rich Off of Detroit's Bankruptcy
December 17, 2013

As if Detroit hadn’t endured enough pain last night with Justin Tucker’s outrageous last-minute 61-yard field goal kick to give the Baltimore Ravens the win on "Monday Night Football," today comes more evidence that the city is getting taken to the c

Detroit Will Spend More Money on Consultants Than These Key Functions
October 10, 2013

On Tuesday, the New York Times came out with an exposé on the outlandish fees Detroit is paying lawyers and consultants to guide it through the biggest municipal bankruptcy in United States history.

If They Replaced Detroit's Art Treasures with Fakes, Would Anyone be Able to Tell?
September 27, 2013

What’s wrong with a museum displaying knock-off art?

The One Building that Explains How Detroit Could Come Back
A plan to foster innovation amidst bankruptcy
August 28, 2013

The old Argonaut Building has a big place in Detroit’s history. From 1936 to 1956, it was the home of the General Motors Research Laboratory, the first in-house research & design studio in the automotive industry.

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