The pastor was never arrested for the incident
One of America's most interesting new brands has been a tonic for the city, says Rebecca Gonsalves
No star since the golden years of Motown has been more closely associated with Detroit than Eminem
The statue was a gift to the city from 'The Italians of Detroit' back in 1910
The auto market is both a symbol of recovery and a driver of it
A four-year-old has died in America after his cousin shot him whilst playing with a rifle she found at their grandparents' home.
Swiss Alain Sutter recalls playing under England manager in his first tournament
Alain Sutter, who was Hodgson's creative force in the Switzerland team, recalls his experiences under the current England manager
The revived US car giant has filed papers for a share sale as owners Fiat and United Auto Workers battle over merger plans
Vincent Bright faces sentencing next month after admitting the charge of disinterring his father's remains
Police found the corpse stored in Vincent Bright's home freezer
Crime novels spawned several film adaptations, including Get Shorty starring John Travolta and Danny DeVito
The governor of Michigan today defended last week’s bankruptcy filing by Detroit even as lawyers for his office moved to contest a ruling by a lower court judge that it violates the state constitution and must be withdrawn.
Out of America: For 20 years this newly bankrupt city, in the words of a Tamla tunesmith, has really got a hold on me. The recovery is already beginning
Home to some of the most celebrated music of the past sixty years, Motor City has filed for bankruptcy
City is crippled by debts of up to $20bn following decades of decline in the automotive industry