GM recalls SUVs, tells owners not to use windshield wipers

The company is recalling nearly 32,000 Buick Enclave, Chevrolet Traverse and GMC Acadia SUVs from the 2016 model to fix the problem.

Satanic Temple holds public sculpture unveiling in Detroit

Detroit; A Satanic organization unveiled a controversial bronze Baphomet sculpture in Detroit just before midnight on Saturday, after trying in vain to have it installed near a 10 Commandments monument in Oklahoma.

Famed Detroit jazz trumpeter Marcus Belgrave dies at 78
Famed Detroit jazz trumpeter Marcus Belgrave dies at 78

Marcus Belgrave, a jazz trumpeter who graced stages and studios with Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, Dizzy Gillespie, Joe Cocker and Motown artists galore, has died. He was 78.

Woman strip-searched at Detroit airport settles lawsuit

A woman who was strip-searched at a Detroit-area airport has reached a settlement in a lawsuit filed on her behalf.

Mom of kids found in freezer arraigned on murder charges

A mother charged in the slayings of two of her children whose bodies were found in the deep freezer at their Detroit home will undergo psychiatric exams, a judge said at a probable cause hearing on Friday.

Death toll from General Motors ignition switches rises to 57

The death toll from crashes involving General Motors cars with defective ignition switches has climbed to 57.

'Kong: Skull Island' is set in 1971 in Detroit: JK Simmons
'Kong: Skull Island' is set in 1971 in Detroit: JK Simmons

Oscar nominated actor JK Simmons has shared some details from his upcoming project 'Kong: Skull Island', saying the film is set in 1971 Detroit.

Death of Alberta Adams, `last of post-WWII blues singers`

Singer Alberta Adams, who was known as Detroit`s "Queen of the Blues" before a career resurgence in her 80s, has died at age 97, her label said Friday.

Durant`s Thunder hand Pistons another defeat
Durant`s Thunder hand Pistons another defeat

NBA Most Valuable Player Kevin Durant had his best shooting game since his return from injury Sunday as he and the Oklahoma City Thunder dealt Detroit a 12th straight defeat.

Key hearing on Detroit's historic bankruptcy begins in US court

Detroit made history nearly 14 months ago when it filed the biggest-ever Chapter 9 municipal bankruptcy. The confirmation hearing to determine if the city`s plan to exit bankruptcy is fair and feasible began on Tuesday and is scheduled to stretch through Oct. 17.

GM profit skids on recall costs

General Motors on Thursday posted a sharp drop in second-quarter profit as the automaker took heavy charges for safety recalls and a compensation fund for victims of faulty ignition switches.

Amy Adams gives first class seat to soldier

Actress Amy Adams reportedly gave her first class seat on a flight to a US soldier and travelled back here in the economy cabin of her Delta flight from Detroit.

4-year-old girl shoots and kills cousin of same age in US

In yet another shooting incident in the US involving toddlers, a 4-year-old girl shot and killed her cousin of the same age while they were playing with a gun.

Twenty years on, Kerrigan-Harding still mesmerize

Twenty years on, the shocking assault on figure skater Nancy Kerrigan that was later tied to cohorts of her rival and 1994 US Olympic teammate Tonya Harding, maintains the power to mesmerize.

Knicks` Smith fined for untying rivals` shoes

Repeatedly trying to unknot the shoelaces of rival players during NBA games has cost New York Knicks guard J.R. Smith $50,000 (36,850 euros).

Judge stops lawsuits against Detroit bankruptcy

A federal judge agreed with Detroit and stopped any lawsuits challenging the city`s bankruptcy.

Detroit bankruptcy raises red flags in other US cities

Even as a federal judge set a hearing on a challenge to a bankruptcy filing by Detroit, America's famed automotive city, questions are being raised about the fate of several other debt-crushed major US cities.

Detroit bankruptcy raises red flags in other US cities

A federal judge has set a hearing on a challenge to a bankruptcy filing by Detroit.

Bankrupt Detroit's downtown renaissance creates trickle of hope

Today the city bears an uncomfortable resemblance to a failed state: unable to light or police the streets, educate children, stop arson, or provide emergency care to the dying.