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Would You Get In A Self-Driving Car Today?

1/16/2018
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Are you comfortable with or concerned about a future where we no long drive or own our cars?

Duration: 00:33:52


"Black women are at the center of that struggle": Recy Taylor's Significant Story

1/15/2018
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Wayne State professor details the significance of Recy Taylor's story in the fight for civil rights.

Duration: 00:20:07


How Trump's Immigration Comments Tie Into History of Exclusionary Policies

1/12/2018
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Vanderbilt University historian Paul Kramer says the comments are symptomatic of "racialized" political dialogue regarding immigration.

Duration: 00:41:41


How AG Sessions' Marijuana Reversal Will Affect Michigan

1/12/2018
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Could the decision actually push Congress closer to legalizing marijuana?

Duration: 00:09:44


What Oprah 2020 Buzz Tells Us About Celebrity and Politics

1/11/2018
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What would Oprah actually be like as a candidate for president? And what does that buzz say about the value we Americans put on celebrity in politics today?

Duration: 00:51:12


What Will This Year's Auto Show Tell Us About The Future of the Industry?

1/10/2018
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"The United States is designed in the face of its own god -- the automobile."

Duration: 00:24:50


The Future of American Manufacturing And What We Can Learn from Germany

1/10/2018
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The travails that we’ve faced here have not troubled another country well-known for its manufacturing.

Duration: 00:26:18


Are Donald Trump's Tweets Changing the Way We Think About Language?

1/9/2018
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"It's still unusual... even for Trump, who makes lots of peculiar choices in his tweeting."

Duration: 00:35:13


Do Controversial Bills Have A Chance of Passing in An Election Year?

1/9/2018
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Gun bills, police seizure of civilians' property, and child protective services interviews could all see movement in 2018.

Duration: 00:16:22


Detroit's Skyline Will Soon Change -- Is That A Good Thing?

1/8/2018
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"[Now] there's greater awareness of how these buildings impact their surroundings... I think that's a remarkable thing."

Duration: 00:51:08


The Best Food in Detroit in 2018

1/5/2018
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"Taste buds don't lie."

Duration: 00:31:47


Federal Judge Orders Bond Hearings for Iraqi Detainees as They Fight Deportation

1/4/2018
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"This is a step in the right direction, and we're hopeful..."

Duration: 00:22:57


What's Ahead for Congress in 2018?

1/3/2018
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Members of Michigan's Congressional delegation -- one Democrat and one Republican -- talk about their goals in the New Year.

Duration: 00:38:44


All Things Considered Host Robert Siegel Joins Detroit Today to Talk Retirement

1/3/2018
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Siegel says journalism faces unique and unprecedented -- but not insurmountable -- challenges as he prepares to leave the industry.

Duration: 00:12:30


Michigan Politics Could Get A Lot of National Attention in 2018

1/2/2018
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"[With] the political uncertainty that exists in the age of Trump, it’s really impossible to predict what will happen," says Rick Pluta.

Duration: 00:26:40


Looking at the Year Ahead in National Politics with NPR's Tamara Keith

1/2/2018
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Keith says the year begins with division among Republican leadership in Washington over what issues to tackle.

Duration: 00:24:41


Detroit Poet, Musician Jessica Care Moore on Representing the City in 2017

12/29/2017
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"I'm all about Detroit, not all about just New Detroit, I'm all about Old Detroit and the Detroit that raised me."

Duration: 01:42:40


POLITICO Magazine's Tim Alberta on Being A Political Reporter Through First Year of Trump

12/28/2017
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'This is a president who thrives on chaos. This is a president who wants chaos," says Alberta.

Duration: 01:42:11


Author, Historian Heather Ann Thompson Talks Winning Pulitzer in 2017

12/27/2017
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Thompson's book about the Attica Prison uprising of 1971 'Blood in the Water' won the Pulitzer Prize for history.

Duration: 01:42:00


Former U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade Talks About Life-Changing 2017

12/26/2017
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McQuade has had a notable year since President Trump's administration dismissed her from her federal position in March.

Duration: 01:43:15

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