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Freedom of the Press

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  • Michigan's Hoke not concerned about job status

    CHICAGO Brady Hoke may be under pressure entering this season, given Michigan's regressing record during his three seasons. So far, though, he's not showing it around Ann Arbor. "Coach Hoke is still the same laid-back type of guy," U-M defensive end...
  • Roush Racing has need for more speed

    BROOKLYN, Mich. Roush Fenway Racing veteran Greg Biffle knows he is in a battle to make this year's NASCAR Sprint Cup Chase for the Championship. Biffle is 16th in Cup series points headed to Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend and has yet to win a...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Grilled Shrimp Skewers

    Grilling shrimp is a delicious way to cook them. But don't just toss shrimp on the grill (unless they're huge) because they could fall through the grates. A better way is to skewer them so they cook evenly and they're easier to tend to. When preparing the...
  • Susan Tompor: Motor City ranks as a top spot for affordable used cars

    Everybody's got a list. So it probably should be no surprise that somebody is telling us that Detroit ranks No. 6 as a great place to find a deal on a used car. That's according to CarGurus.com, which not surprisingly is a car shopping and research...
  • 'Transformers': A Splendidly Patriotic Film, If You Happen To Be Chinese (Opinion)

    Occasionally for better but often for worse, Michael Bay has been a trailblazer for this generation of studio filmmakers, whose films bear the mark of his dizzying editing and grandiose compositions. Bay's films generally feast at the box office but...
  • Students challenge free-speech rules on college campuses

    Students challenge free-speech rules on college campuses
    College students in California and three other states filed lawsuits against their campuses Tuesday in what is thought to be the first-ever coordinated legal attack on free speech restrictions in higher education. Vincenzo Sinapi-Riddle, a 20-year-old...
  • Myths and spin abound on Supreme Court contraceptive decision

    Half-truths and spin from both political parties have quickly come to dominate the debate over the Supreme Court decision on religious exemptions to the rule on insurance plans covering contraceptives. Both sides want to use the decision to motivate key...
  • Fourth of July: Three transplants to America, one reason to celebrate

    His name is Mo, and he’s a driver for Lyft, a ride-sharing company. But he did more than deliver me safely to my destination. He reminded me of why we celebrate the Fourth of July. Mo picked me up in his car at the Embarcadero in San Francisco...
  • My emotional return to Israel

    As I watch Hamas firing hundreds of rockets against Israel, and the violent protests in Europe about Israel, thoughts come flooding back about the first time I ever visited the country and my most recent visit last month. My first trip to Israel in...
  • Lions postpone contract talks with Ndamukong Suh until after season

    The Detroit Lions have tabled talks on a contract extension with defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh until after the season, but general manager Martin Mayhew and team president Tom Lewand both insisted Monday that they still expect to re-sign Suh at some...
  • Three Al Jazeera Journalists Convicted To Prison Terms In Egypt

    A Cairo court on Monday convicted three Al Jazeera English journalists on charges of conspiring with the Muslim Brotherhood in the ruling of a closely watched case discussed by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday during his state visit with new...