4 to Watch: Help Detroit Before Giving Foreign Aid?

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Former Rep. Dennis Kucinich, (D-Ohio) says the federal government should help Detroit before doling out foreign aid. And ‘Today’s Homeowner’ host Danny Lipford shares his best tips for homeowners looking to renovate, without spending a ton of money. In case you missed it, here is a recap of some of the top newsmakers and expert analysis from last night on FOX Business Network.

1. Should Young Professionals Consider Detroit?

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Detroit residents and attorneys Tifani and Brian Sadek share with Melissa Francis why they decided to move to Detroit. They relocated from Chicago for the low cost of living, and didn’t have to take a huge pay cut in order to move to the more affordable city. However, the Sadeks say that crime varies in the city from neighborhood to neighborhood, making research a necessity for people considering Detroit.

2. How to Do Home Renovations for Less

Sprucing up your home doesn’t just give you a great place to live – it also increases the value of your house. But renovations can be a huge headache in terms of cost and stress. ‘Today’s Homeowner’ host Danny Lipford shares how homeowners can reduce the costs and stress of renovations.

3. Kucinich: Save Detroit Before Helping Other Countries

Former Rep. Dennis Kucinich, (D-Ohio), who served as the former mayor of Cleveland when it defaulted on its loans, shares his perspective on what is needed to save the city of Detroit. First off, he says national trends regarding imports and unemployment have hurt Detroit. Secondly, he says the federal government has a responsibility to help Detroit first, rather than give hundreds of millions in foreign aid to countries like Afghanistan.

4. Hackers Take a Bite Out of Apple

McAfee security expert Robert Siciliano weighs in on reports that Apple’s developer site has been hacked. In this particular case, he says it was likely social engineering, where someone opened an email and unwittingly provided usernames and passwords that allowed hackers to break into the site. If high-security Apple can be hacked, though, can anyone feel safe?

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