Tom Izzo ’embarrassed’ after Michigan State’s loss to Duke | 4:01
No. 2 Michigan State missed its opportunity against No. 1 Duke in the Champions Classic on Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017, in Chicago. Video by Chris Solari/DFP
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If your blood pressure levels were normal at your last doctor’s visit, you may want to schedule another appointment. Buzz 60’s Chandra Lanier has the story.
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“This Is Us” star Chris Sullivan is calling out his character, Toby, for those grandiose gestures toward girlfriend Kate (Chrissy Metz).
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New robot dog SpotMini is smooth, sleek and a lot less creepy | 1:08
Details are scarce but it looks more agile, too.
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No need to unbutton your pants after all that stuffing | 0:28
Treat yourself with these stretchy, unisex pants made by Stove Top. The pants are covered in images of stuffing. The Kraft company is selling the pants for a limited time.
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West Bloomfield home was built around Albert Kahn’s garden walls | 0:56
The great Albert Kahn walked these halls, though he died 30 years before this house was actually built.
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The Free Press Top Workplaces Awards were recently awarded.
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Tom Izzo ’embarrassed’ after Michigan State’s loss to Duke
Here are some ways to lower blood pressure
‘This Is Us’ star wants to see a change in his character
New robot dog SpotMini is smooth, sleek and a lot less creepy
No need to unbutton your pants after all that stuffing
West Bloomfield home was built around Albert Kahn’s garden walls
These are the best places to work in Michigan
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s administration is seeking a two-year delay of an upcoming deadline to determine whether a family of widely used pesticides is harmful to endangered species.
The request filed with a federal judge comes after Dow Chemical and two other pesticide makers asked the government to set aside research by federal scientists that shows chlorpyrifos, diazinon and malathion are harmful to about 1,800 critically threatened or endangered species.
Midland-based Dow Chemical contends the studies are flawed.
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It is the latest example of the Trump administration seeking to block or delay environmental rules at the industry’s behest. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt in March reversed an Obama-era effort to bar spraying chlorpyrifos on fruits and vegetables after peer-reviewed studies found even tiny levels of exposure could harm children’s brains.
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