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Michigan Governor Rick Snyder's Aides Were Concerned About Flint's Water in 2014

Michael Godola, then the governor's legal counsel, responded and echoed her concerns, calling the use of Flint River as a drinking water source "downright scary", the paper said. He recommended Flint switch back to Detroit's water system "before this thing gets too far out of control". "I wish I wouldn't have accepted the answers".

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GDP 7-7.75 per cent? Bid to lower expectations

Growth in the services sector moderated slightly, but still remains robust. Saying the budget deficit target of 3.9 per cent of GDP in current year will be adhered to, the next fiscal will be "challenging" given the additional resources needed.

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US submits tougher sanctions on N Korea

It's breaking new ground in a whole host of ways ", Power said before heading into a closed-door meeting where the USA planned to circulate the draft to all 15 council members. The sanctions include a provision in which all United Nations member states can inspect cargo to and from North Korea. During the press conference after the meeting, U.S.

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Donald Trump Takes A Shot At Mitt Romney On Facebook

The media often pulled the dad card, noting that George Romney had released 12 years of tax returns when he sought the 1968 GOP nomination. Displaying a stunning double standard on Thursday's NBC Today , host Savannah Guthrie immediately dismissed 2012 Republican nominee Mitt Romney calling for the release of Donald Trump's tax returns: "Donald Trump has been very clear, I mean when he was sitting right here, he said, 'I pay low taxes because I don't want to pay high taxes.' Is ...

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Pope says Trump 'not Christian' in views, plans over immigration

Speaking from the Papal airliner on Thursday, Pope Francis inserted himself into the presidential race by asserting celebrity hotelier Trump was "not a Christian" because of his views on immigration, particular his plan the deportation of 12 million illegal immigrants and build a wall across the border.

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New Survey: millennials don't eat cereal because it is "inconvenient"

They either don't eat breakfast at all, or eat it somewhere other than home. Inconvenience wasn't the only reason cited by the  Times  for the declining cereal market. I'll be outside dreaming up fun cereal creations like you've never seen before, all with the help of @kelloggsus! It goes on to suggest that marketers are still searching for ways to capture the attention of the elusive millennials, who couldn't be bothered to wash out a bowl of lukewarm milk and Shreddies bits.