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Freedom of the Press

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  • GM CEO Mary Barra says no more firings over recall

    DETROIT General Motors Co. CEO Mary Barra does not know if criminal charges are warranted in connection with a defective ignition switch, but she is satisfied that the 15 employees who were fired is the end of punitive action on the company's part....
  • General Motors orders dealers to stop selling Chevrolet Cruzes

    General Motors has told dealers in the U.S. and Canada to stop selling 2013 and 2014 Chevrolet Cruzes because of a potential defect in air bags made by beleaguered supplier Takata. A stop-sale order is not a recall, but it could have an immediate...
  • Jay Ambrose: Be inhibited, timid and shut up, Americans

    Libel a falsity that smears a reputation can be dreadful, and you ought to be able to sue and maybe win money if untrue, harmful things are being publicized about you. But watch out in public debates, because, if people are then allowed to sue too easily,...
  • OH man ticketed for holding sign warning of DUI checkpoint [w/videos]

     
    Filed under: Government/Legal, Videos An Ohio man is in trouble with police after attempting to warn drivers of an upcoming drunk-driving checkpoint with a sign that read "DUI checkpoint ahead! Turn now!" Douglas Odolecki took to a street corner in Parma,...
  • Britain's phone-hacking trial ends with just one conviction

    A jury failed to reach a verdict Wednesday on the remaining counts against two defendants in Britain’s phone-hacking trial, bringing to a close one of the longest court proceedings in British history in a case that lifted the lid on the sometimes...
  • Tribune's Skiba wins National Press Club honor

    Katherine Skiba of the Chicago Tribune has been honored by the National Press Club for her reporting from Washington, according to an announcement today by the organization. Contest judges gave three awards to The Wall Street Journal and two each to...
  • Sideline Chatter: That old college try

    What's next, BCS bobbleheads? The Class A Lake County (Ohio) Captains will stage Mark Emmert Fan Appreciation Night in honor of the beleaguered NCAA honcho on July 2, featuring: Fans being allowed to move to a different seat after a one-inning waiting...
  • Tigers' Ian Kinsler stars in homecoming vs. old team

    ARLINGTON, Texas Ian Kinsler homered in his first at-bat back in his former home venue, but that was all the Detroit Tigers had for six innings. The score was tied entering the seventh inning tonight at Globe Life Park. Then J.D. Martinez, the Tigers'...
  • Tigers beat Indians 5-4 in 10 innings

    CLEVELAND All that tinkering appeared to lead to some positive changes for Justin Verlander on Saturday. He matched a season-high eight strikeouts and allowed four hits and one walk over seven innings of work. He allowed two runs, one earned. The two...
  • Ex-Michigan State football star Sorie Kanu shines as a nurse

    DETROIT Sorie Kanu isn't really comfortable with all this attention. "I could take it or I could leave it," he says quietly as he sits in a break room at Detroit Medical Center's Heart Hospital. Living a life is hard enough. Talking about it to...
  • Somali journalist killed in Mogadishu car bombing

    MOGADISHU A 27-year-old Somali journalist was killed Saturday by a car bomb in Mogadishu, witnesses said. Yusuf Ahmed Abukar, an award-winning journalist, was driving through the capital's Hamarweyne district on his way to work, when the bomb went off....