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Blame Boeing's Culture for the 737's Problems

2/19/2020
Cutting corners and self-regulation led to the crisis at Boeing, says one journalist. Where do we go from here?

Duration:00:29:21

Here's How Detroit's Carmakers Are Shifting for Tomorrow

2/19/2020
Detroit's carmakers have a balance to strike: Keeping cars and trucks moving off of dealership lots while pouring money into future technology. It won't be easy.

Duration:00:21:54

Stop and Frisk: The Policy Bloomberg's 2020 Campaign Can't Escape

2/18/2020
"There is no path to the nomination without the black voter," says Ted Johnson of the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law.

Duration:00:51:03

State House Speaker Lee Chatfield Talks Roads, Budget and More

2/17/2020
"I think it's a false narrative that it's one party's fault or one person's fault," says Lee Chatfield on the enduring gridlock on roads.

Duration:00:31:19

Dan Gilbert is Back In First Interview Since Last Year's Stroke

2/17/2020
"This is a very humbled man who has kind of come back down to Earth here," says Chad Livengood of Crain's Detroit Business, who recently spoke with Gilbert.

Duration:00:20:58

Rep. Debbie Dingell: "We Are In a State of Emergency on the Rule of Law"

2/14/2020
Dingell discusses the dismal mood in Washington post-impeachment, the controversy surrounding the president and the Department of Justice, and more.

Duration:00:35:45

Lawsuit Claims Detroit Failed to Notify Property Owners of Tax Assessment Notices

2/14/2020
Attorneys and activists say it's an issue that contributed to people losing their homes to foreclosures.

Duration:00:15:17

Macomb County Transit Advocate Reacts to Being Left Out of Three-County Plan

2/13/2020
A lifelong Macomb County resident who works in the auto industry, Dave Gifford seems like an unlikely advocate for expanding transit.

Duration:00:28:28

Dave Coulter's First Six Months in Oakland County Defined by Transit, Health, and Civil Rights

2/13/2020
Coulter's State of the County address reignited longstanding questions about the state of regional transit.

Duration:00:22:35

Did Trump Obstruct Justice for Roger Stone? Barbara McQuade Says Maybe.

2/12/2020
McQuade, a former U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan, is calling on the acting U.S. attorney in D.C. to resign.

Duration:00:15:35

What Michigan Can Learn From California's Independent Redistricting Commission Model

2/12/2020
California has utilized an independent redistricting commission to guide their redistricting since 2011.

Duration:00:27:49

New Hampshire Primary, Iowa Caucus Set Stage for Long Nominating Contest

2/12/2020
On Warren and Biden: "You could argue that both of them have had a really bad run in the first two states," says WaPo reporter Annie Linskey.

Duration:00:07:51

Detroit Ranks Last In Top 25 Cities People Want to Move

2/11/2020
A report from Apartment List ranks the Motor City dead last among top metro areas for relocation.

Duration:00:15:59

Why Michigan Struggles to Connect People With Jobs

2/11/2020
The obstacles blocking workers from the workforce are wide ranging and longstanding. For one woman struggling with transportation, "not having enough money to pay the tickets makes you into a criminal because now your license is suspended."

Duration:00:34:39

Michigan's New Auto Insurance Law Is Complex. Here's How to Get the Best Value.

2/10/2020
No-fault auto insurance reform is set to impact employers, health insurance companies, and consumers alike.

Duration:00:14:15

Why 'Parasite's Oscar Wins Matter

2/10/2020
Detroit Today host Stephen Henderson talks about modernizing the way we commemorate artistic achievements and recaps the Oscars.

Duration:00:36:45

Brighton Gardens: The Idlewild Inspired Community You've Never Heard Of

2/7/2020
"We have preserve some level of our history," says publisher, wealth advisor and Brighton Gardens resident Andre Watson.

Duration:00:11:56

After 'American Dirt' Controversy, Will Publishers Embrace Minority Authors?

2/7/2020
The Oprah Book Club pick has sparked questions on appropriation and stereotyping in fiction — another cultural touchstone asking who gets to tell others stories.

Duration:00:40:03

'Detroiter' Mitt Romney Breaks with Party on Impeachment Vote

2/6/2020
What's next for Washington as President Trump hits the campaign trail, touting acquittal vote?

Duration:00:11:25

How Trigger Warnings Could Worsen Anxiety Among Students

2/6/2020
Trigger warnings may actually be the cause of additional anxiety by students who are sensitive to certain topics.

Duration:00:40:07