By Alyssa Rosenberg on December 17, 2013
An experiment in repatriating art means that sacred objects will return to the Hopi, rather than being dispersed into the hands of collectors.
By Alan Pyke on December 6, 2013
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) is dusting off old supply-side ideas for Detroit as the White House preps to launch its Promise Zones initiative.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on December 3, 2013
A bankruptcy judge is right: selling off the city's art collection won't close its financial gap, and it's giving up on part of Detroit's future.
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By Alan Pyke on December 3, 2013
Detroit is officially eligible for bankruptcy protections that will allow it to impose cuts on retirees who cannot afford them.
By Alan Pyke on November 14, 2013
Private foundations could throw a half-billion dollars into Detroit to protect pensioners from cuts.
By Annie-Rose Strasser on November 8, 2013
A man in body armor shot nine people, killing three of them, police say.
By Alan Pyke on November 7, 2013
Testimony from the former state Treasurer who worked on the bankruptcy filing gives retirees a boost in their fight against pension cuts.
By Alan Pyke on October 31, 2013
Disabled firefighters and a lifelong public librarian speak to ThinkProgress about what Detroit's emergency manager has in store for them.
By Alan Pyke on October 23, 2013
Here's what you need to know to understand Detroit's bankruptcy eligibility hearing this week.
By Alan Pyke on September 27, 2013
The funds are mostly for demolition and repair of Detroit's blighted spaces.