Dec. 2, 2013: An empty field in Brush Park, north of Detroit's downtown is shown with an abandoned home.AP
WASHINGTON – America loves a good comeback story. Just maybe, Detroit could be one for the ages.
As the city, once a symbol of American grit and ingenuity, goes through the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history, some have questioned whether Detroit can regain its former glory.
Many have been quick to dismiss Detroit, painting it as an American relic – a once-thriving hub of the Rust Belt, now broke and barely able to function.