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Restoring Civility to Our Campaign Conversations

One Detroit contributors, Nolan Finley of The Detroit News and Stephen Henderson of “American Black Journal” talk about what civility really means when it comes to discussions about politics in an intensely polarized time.

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Clawson: One city under a pandemic, part 2

In the second of a series of reports, One Detroit’s Bill Kubota and Chris Jordan, past and current Clawson residents, see how the city is lending its support to keep things going during the pandemic.

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Clawson: One city under a pandemic

In the wake of the pandemic – how does a town cope? One Detroit looks at the challenges for retailers in the city of Clawson, nestled between Royal Oak and Troy in southeast Oakland County.

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  • Millions face record-breaking temperatures amid dangerous heat wave

    Tens of millions of Americans are baking in a dangerous heat wave. The powerful heat dome is forecast to keep temperatures well above normal across much of the country through the weekend. Across the globe, hundreds died in Saudi Arabia where temperatures reached 125 degrees Fahrenheit in Mecca. Geoff Bennett discussed more with Jeff Goodell, author of "The Heat Will Kill You First."

  • News Wrap: First named storm of Atlantic hurricane season brewing in Gulf of Mexico

    In our news wrap Wednesday, the first named tropical storm of the Atlantic hurricane season is brewing in the Gulf of Mexico, relatives of the victims of two Boeing 737 Max crashes asked the Justice Department to criminally charge the plane-maker and a Russian court sentenced an American soldier to nearly four years in prison for stealing and making threats of murder.

  • Putin signs pact with North Korea that could increase weapons for Russia's war in Ukraine

    Russia and North Korea have taken a step toward improving relations. Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-Un pledged to help each other's defense and security and to fight off sanctions. Stephanie Sy discussed more with Robert Gallucci. He was the State Department's lead negotiator with North Korea in 1994 when the North agreed to freeze its nuclear program in exchange for economic benefits.