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Freedom of the Press

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  • Red Wings set to face Bruins in playoffs

    Boston Bruins it is. The Bruins emerged as the first-round opponent of the Detroit Red Wings Saturday night, after Columbus won at Florida. Here's a debriefing on the Bruins, who claimed the Presidents' Trophy on Saturday afternoon after topping...
  • Tigers' Justin Verlander a hit in his first win of the season

    SAN DIEGO His excellence has been described in many ways in his nine years with the Tigers, but on Saturday night, a new phrase could be used: Justin Verlander he's a hit. Verlander got the first two hits of his nine-year career and, picking up steam as...
  • Hungary's Orban retains two-thirds parliament majority

    BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's party has retained its two-thirds majority in parliament, and with it the ability to change the constitution, according to a final tally of votes from last weekend's election published on...
  • Pistons' big halftime lead does vanishing act

    CHICAGO Remember when many fans thought the Pistons just might be all right this season? No? Well, here's a refresher course. The Pistons beat the Bulls by 17 points on Dec. 7 to complete a four-game winning streak and move to 10-10 on the season. The...
  • Red Wings fall to Hurricanes

    DETROIT The loss was widely described as a hangover, and the Detroit Red Wings plan a weekend cure. Numerous good chances went nowhere Friday night as the Wings hosted the Carolina Hurricanes at Joe Louis Arena, thwarted by Cam Ward to hand Detroit a 2-1...
  • Tigers' Smyly to make first start of season

    SAN DIEGO Detroit Tigers left-hander Drew Smyly will make his first start of the season on Wednesday against the visiting Indians, manager Brad Ausmus said Friday. Smyly was due to make his first start last weekend against Baltimore. He was scratched...
  • Reporters who broke Snowden story return to U.S. for first time

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras, the U.S. journalists who reported on spy agency analyst Edward Snowden's leaks exposing mass government surveillance, returned to the United States on Friday for the first time since revealing the...
  • NHTSA told GM it was slow to act on safety issues

    DETROIT General Motors Co. executives were shocked to learn in July that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration saw the automaker as slow to respond to safety issues compared with its peers. A note from NHTSA about GM's poor responses to...
  • London Theater Review: 'King Charles III'

    Following the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth II, her successor, the current Prince Charles, about to be crowned king, holds the government and the entire country to ransom. It's not just a tremendous idea for a play: Mike Bartlett's "King Charles...
  • Drew Sharp: NCAA needs stronger voice in NBA decisions made by underclassmen

    There are more voices now than ever, coming from various directions. It only makes the difficult choice of prospective NBA draft candidates more challenging. It might be even harder for the coaches. "They're listening to people living in their basement,...
  • Daughter: Beating victim awake in hospital, 'is in and out of it'

    DETROIT Beating victim Steve Utash is conscious, but remains in a confused state, according to an online posting Friday by his family. Daughter Mandi Utash wrote that her father is off a ventilator and able to breathe on his own. "He is in and out of it...