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Freedom of the Press

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  • Drew Sharp: After shaky start, Tigers' Max Scherzer shows a few tricks up his sleeves

    DETROIT Were there initial nerves, even if only a touch? How could there not be? Max Scherzer shook off the assertion. But there definitely was something wrong with the reigning Cy Young Award winner. Scherzer threw up his hands in frustration during...
  • Jimmy Howard and Gustav Nyquist lead Red Wings over NHL-leading Bruins

    DETROIT Jimmy Howard served notice to the Bruins that should a first-round series materialize, he'll do his part. Then his teammates followed suit. Heating up in the third period, the Wings scored twice within 2 minutes to come away with an impressive 3-...
  • Yankee Doodle Gun Law

    When Yankee Doodle went to town, his hat adornment was not pasta. Simply look up "macaroni" as used in Connecticut's state song. Pro-gun control letters to The Courant rely upon contemporary definitions to support their interpretations. Misleading straw...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Comcast and Time Warner Cable try to make case for deal with FCC

    Comcast and Time Warner Cable told the government that their proposed marriage would "enhance consumer welfare and competition and deliver substantial public interest benefits." In a 175-page filing with the Federal Communications Commission, the two...
  • Many GM dealers still awaiting ignition-switch parts

    General Motors dealers were to start replacing defective ignition switches at the start of the week, but many dealers said they did not have parts yet and that car owners were not beating down their doors demanding the fix. GM said dealers would start...
  • Jeff Seidel: Tigers' Cabrera racks up long list

    "What impresses you the most about Miguel Cabrera?" I posed that question to Cabrera's new hitting coach, as well as his new manager. I asked somebody who used to pitch against him, as well as well as a guy who still plays against him. I asked his...
  • Miguel Cabrera gets 2,000th hit as Tigers roll in the rain over Orioles

    DETROIT Miguel Cabrera joined an exclusive list of players Friday when he became the ninth player to collect his 2,000th hit before the age of 31. Cabrera's 2,000th came on a two-run home run in the eighth inning, which gave the Tigers a 10-2 lead....
  • Preview: Red Wings at Sabres

    The Detroit Red Wings would love nothing more than to secure an Eastern Conference playoff spot - and they'll have a great chance to move ever closer to that goal as they face the lowly Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday night. The Red Wings are coming off a 5-3...
  • Trey Burke experiencing highs, lows of NBA rookie life on bad team

    SALT LAKE CITY It's a little after noon on a sunny day and the newspaper photographer wants one more image. He instructs Trey Burke to walk to his car in the parking lot of the Utah Jazz practice facility. With his father, Benji, close by in the lobby,...