Auschwitz survivors mark 70 years since liberationAuschwitz survivors mark 70 years since liberationWhen the Soviet army entered Auschwitz exactly 70 years ago, finding piles of corpses and prisoners close to death, a Russian soldier took a small and hungry 11-year-old girl into his arms and rocked her tenderly, tears coming to his eyes.Autos
U.S. pushing Japan on vehicle import standardsU.S. pushing Japan on vehicle import standardsThe Obama administration’s top negotiator said the U.S. won’t end bid for tough standardsWorld
Auschwitz survivors gather where 'civilization collapsed'Auschwitz survivors gather where 'civilization collapsed'Many made the journey in search of some closure 70 years after liberation.Nation
Hoosier survivor won’t miss Putin at Auschwitz liberation ceremonyHoosier survivor won’t miss Putin at Auschwitz liberation ceremonySurvivor, Eva Mozes Kor of Terre Haute, Ind., said she will not miss Vladimr Putin.Autos
Report: U.S. drops bid to end Japanese import rulesReport: U.S. drops bid to end Japanese import rulesAgreement on U.S. rice reportedly exchanged for standards on car importsMICHIGAN BUSINESS
Ally Financial eyes move to SouthfieldAlly Financial eyes move to SouthfieldDetroit-based Ally Financial is said to be considering a move into Southfield.Politics
Lew: Congress should turn efforts toward business taxesLew: Congress should turn efforts toward business taxesTreasury Secretary Jacob Lew says lawmakers should focus on simplifying business taxesTravel
U.S. eases Cuba trade, travel rulesU.S. eases Cuba trade, travel rulesAmericans looking to travel to Cuba will soon be able to jump online, find a flight and head straight down.