What role should religious leaders take in Detroit's development? A panel of local ministers join host Bankole Thompson to discuss the roles they play in the community.
The Detroit Regional Chamber of Commerce prepares for its 2015 Detroit Policy Conference.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan discusses a House GOP plan to revise No Child Left Behind.
Is teen mental health an issue in the shadows of society? Hosts Laura Weber Davis and Stephen Henderson speak with Ross Szabo, CEO of the Human Power Project, to find out.
Is the State of Michigan responsible for the woes of Detroit Public Schools? WDET's Amy Miller speaks with Detroit Federation of Teachers president Steve Conn to find out.
Hosts Sandra Svoboda and Saeed Khan speak with Peter Kageyama about people and their relationship to the city they live in.
Hosts Sandra Svoboda and Saeed Khan speak with Aaron Retish and Kevin Deegan-Krause about Russian, Ukraine and their shaky ceasefire.
Mayor Duggan’s new open government initiative let's residents look at crime maps, building permits and city contracts online.
Is there a correlation between Detroit's mass transit system and unemployment? A panel of regional transportation and poverty experts discuss these two issues and how they affect each other.
A panel of education experts discuss how to improve Michigan's K-12 education system.
On the heels of a busy news week, Public Policy Consultant and former WDET News Director Chuck Wilbur and Detroit Free Press Columnist Nancy Kaffer drop by Detroit Today to distill some of the biggest local, national and international headlines.
What are the missing links between Black history and American history? Bankole Thompson is joined by a panel to discuss the relationship between both narratives and how they function together.
Hosts Christy McDonald and Stephen Henderson speak with guest Mike Wilkinson about Bridge Magazine's individual school rankings.
The new Republican-led Congress is only a few weeks into its work and several controversial issues have already taken center stage. Freshman Democratic Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence joins hosts Christy McDonald and Stephen Henderson to talk about issues in Washington and at home.
The GED recently become much more difficult. A panel joins hosts Stephen Henderson and Christy McDonald for a discussion about the implications of a more rigorous GED test.
Judge Rhodes announced last week he plans to retire as a bankruptcy-court judge. In his first post-bankruptcy interview, Rhodes joins WDET for an extended conversation.
In his first post-bankruptcy interview, Judge Steven Rhodes joins us at 9 for an extended conversation on Detroit Today.
How do you talk to your kids about race, especially as a parent in a historically divided Metro Detroit?
The Return of George Washington is a new book by Edward Larson about "the wilderness years" between the time when the leader of the revolution quit his military career and became our first president.
On the heels of a busy news week, Niraj Warikoo of the Detroit Free Press and Rob Laurie of Cain TV and contributor to Detroit News, drop by Detroit Today to distill some of the biggest local, national and international headlines.
Former national poet laureate Philip Levine, a Detroit native, died over the weekend at his home in California. He was 87.
Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes will appear live on WDET at 9 a.m., Tuesday, Feb. 17 in his first media interview about the city’s Chapter 9 case. Share your questions for Judge Rhodes.