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“Let’s make a deal. A cop to a cop,” the lieutenant pleaded with a deputy.
Stevie Wonder delivered a message of tolerance and peace in Detroit during the unveiling of a road named after the Motown Legend on Wednesday afternoon.
A Trump opponent also was charged with setting fire to a black church and spray-painting, “Vote Trump.”
“Startled, I jump and feel a lump in my throat trying to hold back tears.”
The emergency managers were appointed by Gov. Snyder and now face up to 20 years in prison.
Warren Mayor Jim Fouts also is facing calls for his resignation.
When it comes to handling criticism, billionaire Dan Gilbert has a lot in common with President-elect Donald Trump: He blames the media.
More serious questions have been raised about the integrity of the presidential election in Detroit.
The Republican-led Michigan House of Representatives passed a strict voter ID law Wednesday that would disproportionately affect Democrat-heavy Detroit.