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Detroit Metro Airport (WWJ Photo/Beth Fisher)

Metro Detroit Travelers ‘Carry On’ As Global Travel Alert Issued For Americans

Travelers say they’ve heard about the security alerts but are carrying on with their trips overseas and in the U.S.

WWJ Newsradio 950–08/03/2013

Fall Of Saigon Remembrance Day

April 30th 1975 was the date the last Americans departed Saigon and the North Vietnamese took over.

WWJ Newsradio 950–04/30/2011

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UM Study: Americans Less Willing Than Canadians To Pay For Clean Power

Americans are less willing to open their wallets to pay for increased production of renewable energy resources than Canadians, a new University of Michigan report indicates.

02/27/2011

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Local Couple Injured in Egypt Bus Crash

A couple from Macomb County was on the tour bus that slammed into a truck in Egypt on Sunday — killing eight American tourists and injuring nearly two dozen more.

WWJ Newsradio 950–12/27/2010

The Feldman Report-A.M. 09/01

Wishes Americans would put their 9 trillion dollar nest egg on the stock market.

09/01/2010

Medical Team Members Murdered In Afghanistan

Ten members of a medical team, including six Americans, were shot and killed by militants as they were returning from providing eye treatment and other health care in remote villages in northern Afghanistan, a spokesman […]

08/07/2010

UM Study: Those 'Brooding Russians' Less Distressed Than Americans

Dostoyevsky and Tolstoy portrayed Russians as a brooding, complicated people, and ethnographers have confirmed that Russians tend to focus on dark feelings and memories more than Westerners do. But a new University of Michigan study […]

07/13/2010

Americans' Salt Intake Needs Cut, Panel Says

An advisory panel is encouraging the government to recommend that Americans reduce their salt intake – even though they acknowledge that it won’t be easy.

06/18/2010

Regulators Consider Banning Peanuts On Planes

(AP)  Federal regulators are considering a snack attack on the nation’s airlines that would restrict or even completely ban serving peanuts on commercial flights.

06/18/2010

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