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  • Forward.

    From 4.2 million jobs and an auto industry saved to the end of the Iraq War, President Obama's accomplishments over the past three years have been nothing short of historic. Spread the word—share this video.
  • What do Detroiters think?

    What exactly do Detroiters think of Romney's "let Detroit go bankrupt" comments, three-and-a-half years later? We asked, and these Motor City residents don't hold back. "I'm appalled," "It's disgusting," and "It says that he doesn't care."

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  • Romney's Daytona 500: A speedway full of foreign cars

    Today, the Daytona 500 will host its 54th race. These days, it's hard to imagine a NASCAR race without American cars. Four years ago, it seemed entirely possible. But President Obama made the tough decision to extend loans to Detroit automakers when they were in crisis, and today, NASCAR fans will be treated to the best stock car racing in the world, made possible by Detroit.

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  • Detroit protests Romney

    While Romney prepares to deliver a speech to a nearly empty Ford Field, crowds of Detroiters and UAW members gather outside to remind fellow Michigan voters that Romney wanted to "let Detroit go bankrupt."

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  • General Motors' record profit

    We got some very good news out of Detroit this morning: General Motors recorded earnings of $7.6 billion for 2011. That's the automaker's highest profit ever.

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