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Commentary: Voting Is the Only Way to Create a Real, Continued Democracy
Detroit resident Doris Rhea on the power of the vote....


Lawmakers, Activists Seek Help for Detroit's Water Bill Crisis
Lawmakers and activists call on White House to address Detroit's delinquent water bill crisis....


UN Experts: Detroit Should Restore Water to Poor
"The scale of the disconnections in the city is unprecedented," said visiting United Nations offici...


Trial Opens for Detroit Cop Who Killed Girl
A prosecutor has told jurors that a Detroit police officer flunked his training when he fatally sho...


Azealia Banks Keeps Up Eminem Beef
Rapper says she doesn't need "anything" from Detroit native....


The Warm Up: Teyana Taylor and Azealia Banks Top R&B/Hip Hop Charts
Keeping you informed of the latest news in music, celeb and pop culture....


Commentary: Why the Transgender Day of Remembrance Matters
The African-American transgender community disproportionately faces violence and homicide....


This Day in Black History: Sept. 18, 1951
World-renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Benjamin Carson was born on Sept. 18, 1951....


Dez Bryant Joins Jay Z's Roc Nation Sports
Star wide receiver will count on rapper to get lucrative extension with Dallas Cowboys....


Reggie Bush Says He'd "Harshly" Discipline Daughter
Detroit Lions rusher says he was whooped similar to Adrian Peterson as a kid....


Mike Epps Embarks on After Dark Tour
The comedy show is dubbed an experience for the "grown and sexy crowd."...


This Day in Black History: Oct. 31, 1950
Earl Lloyd became the first African-American to play in an NBA game on Oct. 31, 1950....


This Day in Black History: Oct. 24, 1996
Berry Gordy, founder of Motown Records, receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Oct. 24, 1...


Many in Detroit Irate Over Loss of Pension Benefits in Bankruptcy
The families of police officers and firefighters who died in the line of duty may lose their benefi...


This Day in Black History: Sept. 29, 1975
WGPR, the nation's first Black-operated television station, went on air on Sept. 29, 1975....


Black Transgender Women to Hold Vigil in Washington, DC
Transgender women of color are extremely vulnerable to violence and homicide....


Danny Brown Talks Miley Cyrus' Detroit Experience
Rapper slams singer's claims that she "grew up" in the D....


Beyoncé Sings "A Change Is Gonna Come" in Detroit
Bey covers Sam Cooke to lift hopes in Motor City....


This Day in Black History: July 26, 1998
Larry Doby and Joe Rogan were inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on July 26, 1998....


Theatre Review: Detroit '67
Race, gender and politics are tackled in the Dominique Morisseau play....

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