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  • African ancestry, breast cancer linked

    African ancestry, breast cancer linked
    A new study finds that African ancestry is linked to a more aggressive type of cancer that is more deadly. Researchers at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center in Ann Arbor found that, among women with breast cancer, 82 percent of...
  • Travel readers on hits, misses around world

    Travel readers on hits, misses around world
    You know those destinations you feel obligated to visit but don't really want to? Travel section readers do. We asked them to tell us about some of the places they were certain weren't right for them, and here's what they said. Sometimes, the...
  • Mar. 2: Focus on Family - Bobbi DePorter

    Mar. 2: Focus on Family - Bobbi DePorter
    Quantum Learning Tips: S.L.A.N.T.: Sit in the front row or middle section of the classroom. Lean slightly forward in your chair, as if you are hanging on the teacher's every word. Ask questions to clarify anything you don't understand. Nod your head...
  • Extension 720 Audio Archives, March 2005

    Henry Ford once said that "all history is bunk," but our panel of three expert historians explains the craft of history and the latest trend in that discipline. James Cracraft of the University of Illinois Chicago, Ethan Shagan of Northwestern University,...
  • Road Trip!

     
    Remember the days when you and your best girlfriends would hit the open road for three days of travel and adventure? While road-trip spontaneity might be history for most moms, some Michigan Girl Scouts got their first taste of the open road this summer.....
  • Obama's automotive history rewrite

     
    by Mark Silva This had to be music to the ears of Detroit: "I believe the nation that invented the automobile cannot walk away from it,'' President Barack Obama said in his address to a joint session of Congress last......
  • GM's Wagoner: Obama demands a price

     
    by Mark Silva General Motors' troubles may or may not have started when it decided that it could make $10,000 a copy putting leather bucket seats and mobile DVD-players on pickup truck chassis and calling them sport utility vehicles, fleet-mileage......
  • National Book Award finalists announced

     
    Books about Henry Ford's failed jungle experiment and a Faulkneresque novel about the lasting effects of war on memory are among the finalists for the 2009 National Book Award, which the National Book Foundation announced this morning. Five finalists...
  • When cancer spreads to the brain

     
    The first set of guidelines dealing with cancer that has spread to the brain calls for treatment with both surgery and radiation therapy instead of just radiation alone. The document, released today at the Congress of Neurological Surgeons meeting in........
  • Who knew Detroit was a food mecca?

     
    Here's part two of guest poster Robert of Cross Key's eating adventures on his recent road trip. His photo and descriptions are making me hungry. ELDetroit is not a food desert. To paraphrase Mark Twain, the demise of Detroit......
  • Paul V. Coates – Confidential File, Dec. 8, 1959

     
    A Civic Confessional on Sin and Stupidity A few miles north of Charleston, South Carolina, on Highway 52, there's a brand new billboard welcoming travelers to the gracious, growing Dixie city. It reads: The Association of South Carolina Klans Knights of...