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    White nationalist Richard Spencer speaks to select media in his office space on August 14, 2017 in Alexandria, Virginia. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)
    White nationalist Richard Spencer speaks to select media in his office space on August 14, 2017 in Alexandria, Virginia. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

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Summer of '67

  • July 23, 1967

  • War is declared on Detroit - July 1967

  • Black or white - all businesses targeted by Detroit rioters in 67

  • 'When you have nothing, you can't lose anything'

  • The epicenter of the Detroit Riots: 12th and Taylor

  • Tigers in '67: a season put on hold

National News

  • President Donald Trump walks to Marine One before departing from the White House on August 4, 2017 in Washington, DC. President Trump is traveling to Bedminster, N.J. for his summer break. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

    Trump disbands two White House business councils amid Charlotesville criticism

  • Judge suspended for calling counter-protesters 'snowflakes'

  • Coast Guard says Army helicopter reported down in ocean off Hawaii

  • 30 years later: Remembering the 156 killed in Flight 255 crash in Romulus

  • Confederate statues in Baltimore removed overnight

  • How to make pinhole projector to view solar eclipse

Hall of Shame

  • Kathy the Kon gets cuffed

  • Hall of Shame: Pond businessman is pondscum, say customers

  • Kathy the 'kon' - convicted felon baffles businesses

  • Copycat contractor has criminal past, imitates Bloomfield business

  • Hall of Shame: Estate company only adds to grief, say victims

  • Businessman Robert Shumake comes to court - but not alone

More Local News

  • Woman recalls sister's fatal OD after seeing Howell mother's heartbreak

  • Hamtramck residents want police crackdown on drag racing

  • Deadly fentanyl threatens users and law enforcement

  • Man fatally shot outside vacant Detroit home was mentally ill, family says

  • Detroit firefighters and medics honored for saving man, AMBER Alert efforts

  • Massive fuel and oil leak contained in Clinton Twp

What's hot

  • MoviePass offering unlimited plan to watch new movies in theaters for $10 a month

  • Adorable photo of boy and his cow goes viral

  • You may be owed money if you received a robocall about a free cruise

  • Dad walks son to first day of kindergarten, first day of college

  • Amazon recalls some eclipse glasses, offers refunds to customers

  • Jackpot reaches $430M after no Powerball winner

Let it Rip

  • Let It Rip Weekend: Charlottesville & Opioid crisis

  • North Korea war of words; primary results

  • Let It Rip Weekend: Affirmative action & paying college athletes

  • Chaos in Washington D.C. - Grand jury, Russia and immigration

  • LIR Weekend: Busy week in Washington and POTUS Tweeting too much?

  • FCA-UAW bribery scandal; Trump's Transgender military ban


  • Justin Verlander

    Rangers hit 3 homers off Verlander in 10-4 win over Tigers

  • Tigers' Kinsler says ump Hernandez should get out of game

  • Gallo HR, some small ball for Rangers in 6-2 win over Tigers

  • Pistons announce 2017-18 schedule

  • Hyder goes on IR, a big blow to Lions

  • Rudock helps Lions take advantage of Luckless Colts 24-10

Fox 2 Mornings

  • The Gentleman's Box items available at pop-up shop

  • Tips for getting your child into acting and modeling

  • 17th Annual Wine & Craft Beer Festival Aug. 26-27

  • 5 back to school hacks

  • Moonlight Masquerade Charity Cruise Aug. 19

  • Encuentro Latino serving up Guatemalan food in Ypsilanti

Chapter 10

  • The Detroit Cougars - celebrated in Belfast, forgotten in Motown

  • Dream Deferred: Detroit 1967 play tells stories from city's tumultuous time

  • Try Golf & Tennis for Free Day in Detroit is April 23

  • How Coleman Young got Joe Louis Arena built, and kept the Red Wings in Detroit

  • From Detroit's East Side to the Desert: The unlikely journey of Jalen Smereck

  • Wrap up 2016 by laughing at us! Our best miscues and mistakes

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