Add forgetfulness to the city's many woes.
The number is on the rise.
Kevyn Orr asked Christie's auction house to come in and appraise the city-owned collection at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Workers in seven metro areas are striking, but their wages are even worse elsewhere.
Pittsburgh has Carnegie Mellon. In Cleveland, there's Case Western Reserve. What if there had been, say, a Henry Ford University in Detroit?
A round-up of the best stories on urbanism we've come across in the last 7 days.
A victory for the city's lawyers, a defeat for public-employee unions.
In October 1975, only the whims of a union leader separated the city from default.
The city's fiscal crisis is an opportunity to harness the region's economic promise.
Citing the state's constitution, which bars actions that would reduce the pensions of public employees, a Michigan judge blocked the historic filing.
Stories of plucky urban homesteaders and community gardens may have distracted us from reality.
Answers to the questions we're all asking today.
Detroit is activating a specific section of the U.S. bankruptcy code that applies to municipalities.
The city filed for Chapter 9 protection Thursday, the largest U.S. municipality ever to do so.
How we ruined Gruen's plan for more walkable, tight-knit American downtowns.
Mark Aesch brings a private-sector mindset to public transportation — and so far it's working.
Telling encoded stories of politics, natural disasters and social movements.
A strange story from Dearborn, Michigan.
Make the companies that build these places buy insurance policies to pay for dismantling them.