Dan Gilbert wants Trump’s administration to drop a Justice Department lawsuit that alleges Quicken Loans engaged in fraud.
Just last week, Carson’s close friend said the retired neurosurgeon wasn’t interested in a cabinet position because he “feels he has no government experience.”
As a towering claw dug into one of four remaining high-rises, Prince forlornly posed as cameras chronicled the beginning of the end for the nation’s first publicly funded housing project for black people.
The city of Detroit cleared the final hurdle to begin demolishing the storied, crumbling Brewster projects that loom like towering gravestones over I-75 near downtown.
Rows of burned out townhouses and high-rise apartments are decaying, windowless and tagged with graffiti. Broken furniture, garbage and dead trees are strewn across the 30-acre ruins near downtown.
All together, the mayor’s three-year-old Detroit Works Project, which was designed to attract thousands of residents into revitalized neighborhoods over the next decade, has summoned only about a dozen new residents to areas that are far from revitalized.