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Why a recent Supreme Court decision on bonds is a ‘red flag’ for immigrants in detention


A battle is on over the constitutionality of indefinite immigrant detention.

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The Supreme Court is considering whether immigrants detained for more than six months should have a chance at bail


Chinese conglomerate buys AMC Entertainment for $2.6 billion

Sweden’s Spy Agency Throws James Bond-Themed Party

Global Politics

Cash-Strapped Detroit Suspends Payment to Vendors

How Canada Lost and Regained its Top Credit Rating

In 1993 Canada lost its Triple AAA credit rating but has since been returned to AAA status.

The World

Pastor Terry Jones to Face Trial

Conflict & Justice

Quinn Klinefelter, senior news editor at WDET reports that Pastor Terry Jones will face a jury today as he refused to pay the bond. However, the ACLU of Michigan has spoken against the authorities for trying to deny the pastor the right to protest.

Top of the Hour: Washington’s Credit Crisis, Morning Headlines

Standard & Poor’s downgraded the United States’ credit rating from “stable” to “negative” on Monday, sending the bond market on a bumpy ride. What does this mean for Washington?

The World

The real James Bond?

Arts, Culture & Media

Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Iain Dalzel-Job whose father, Patrick Dalzel-Job, has long been thought to be the real-life model for Ian Fleming’s James Bond, and the release of Dalzel-Job’s war records seem to provide some support for that.

The World

Government greenbacks for greener homes


A new pilot program has emerged from the recently announced “Recovery through Retrofit” plan, and it tackles the tough issue of financing green renovation projects — in your house!