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Freedom of the Press

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  • GM puts 2 engineers on paid leave in recall case

    DETROIT General Motors Co. has temporarily placed two engineers on paid leave after an internal investigator delivered preliminary results of a probe of the automaker's failure to fix an ignition switch defect. The company did not name the engineers....
  • NSA surveillance defies Constitution [Letter]

    NSA surveillance defies Constitution [Letter]
    Thanks for publishing the article "Lawsuit targets use of warrantless NSA wiretaps in criminal prosecutions" (April 7). It seems that Jamshid Muhtorov, accused of providing support to a terrorist group, was a victim of FBI and National Security Agency...
  • VW orders stop-sale on four models for leaky transmission

     
    Filed under: Car Buying, Volkswagen Volkswagen has issued a stop sale on several models in the US while the automaker waits for parts to repair a transmission fluid leak. About 25,000 cars with the EA888 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine and automatic...
  • Lacey Holsworth, 8-year-old friend of MSU's Payne, dies of cancer

    Lacey Holsworth, 8-year-old friend of MSU's Payne, dies of cancer
    Lacey Holsworth, an 8-year-old girl with cancer who had a heartwarming bond with Michigan State basketball star Adreian Payne, died Tuesday. "Princess Lacey has achieved the ultimate victory," reads a post from her official Twitter account. "She now...
  • Sideline Chatter: Coach Cal's geopolitics

    Sideline: The NCAA has John Calipari seeing reds. College sports' ruling body had best bone up on 20th-century history, the Kentucky basketball coach says, and it's all in his new book, "Players First: Coaching From the Inside Out." "The situation...
  • Michigan State and nation mourn loss of 8-year-old Lacey Holsworth; memorial set for April 17

    The grace his daughter displayed throughout her nationally publicized battle with cancer came through in this text message from Matt Holsworth on Wednesday: "Continue her legacy! Love unconditionally." The tragedy of the passing late Tuesday of 8-year-...
  • Local Voices Lake: April 17 edition

    Local Voices Lake: April 17 edition
    Letters to the editor from Gurnee, Hawthorn Woods and Kildeer. Political favors The legal position that campaign cash is speech is sheer nonsense. Freedom of speech means that you are free to say what you please, not the volume setting on your...
  • Red Wings defeat Sabres, can clinch playoff berth against Penguins

    BUFFALO, N.Y. There's no panic, no pressing, just the drive to keep playing. The Red Wings are just one point from ensuring they'll do so again for a 23rd straight season when the playoffs begin next week, banking a 4-2 victory Tuesday against the...
  • Lions targeting Clemson receiver Watkins

    The Lions are fascinated by the prospect of adding Sammy Watkins to their receiving corps, and they continue to do all the homework necessary in case that becomes a reality. The Lions hosted Watkins on one of their 30 predraft visits Tuesday, three weeks...
  • Tigers' Verlander a major hit in his first win of the year

    SAN DIEGO His excellence has been described in many ways in his career with the Detroit 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,...
  • Is Joe Dumars' dynasty drawing to close?

    Joe Dumars was all smiles. It was the night of the Bad Boys charity gala, and Dumars was with his former teammates in front an audience of VIPs to recall the glory years when the Pistons ruled the NBA. Fast forward a few days and Dumars' future with the...