Stephen Henderson

Detroit Free Press

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Detroit has not asked for a federal bailout but, the issue is causing partisan squabbles in Washington anyway. For the moment, the city is on it’s own.

Should Detroit be Left on its Own?

Detroit has not asked for a federal bailout but, the issue is causing partisan squabbles in Washington anyway. For the moment, the city is on it’s own.

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LA's first auto show consisted of 99 cars inside a skating rink--100 years ago.

Car-Culture Capital Hosts Centennial Auto Show

LA's first auto show consisted of 99 cars inside a skating rink--100 years ago.

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