Former Professor Offers $5 Million To Help Protect Detroit’s Art

DETROIT (AP) — A former Detroit university professor is pledging $5 million, hoping it will spark a wildfire of private financial support to protect…

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A Secret About Bankruptcy And Paying For College

This article comes to us courtesy of U.S. News & World Report, where it was originally published.

Bankruptcy is a dirty word. One that is equated w…

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Terry Savage: Detroit and the Tooth Fairy

That’s the one good thing you can say about what’s going on in Detroit: It will hopefully motivate the politicians, employees and unions everywhere else to face reality and not believe the Tooth Fairy will somehow deposit the cash under their pillows.

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Bill Couzens: Detroit: There’s Art at Its Heart

In the last century, when Detroit’s big thinkers first planted the “art” seeds that eventually grew into a world-class institution, could they ever have imagined, in their wildest dreams, a scenario like the LA Times chronicles?

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Sophie Milrom: 15 Things to Know About the U.S. Debt Ceiling and Sovereign Defaults

The US debt ceiling is a legislative limit on the US Treasury’s ability to borrow money. It was first created in 1917 and can be modified by Congress. As of this month’s agreement, the debt ceiling has been raised 79 times since 1960.

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Morty Lefkoe: Things Aren’t Always What They Seem

It turned out that we found a much bigger house, with more light, a beautiful backyard, in a great location — for less money than we had been paying. The need to move, which initially had seemed like such terrible news, turned into a very positive thing for us.

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