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No more free water bottles for Flint residents, say Michigan officials

Tests have shown that the city's lead content in water is below the federal limit and water quality is "within standards," Michigan Row Snyder announced Friday. Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, a pediatrician who was among the first to notice blood lead levels in Flint's children, prompting the governor to acknowledge the crisis, was disappointed with Friday's decision. "That's wrong, except for …

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Bon Ton officials are hoping to "get jobs" after the state announces the closure of 12 Wisconsin stores

Google Street View <img src = "https://media.channel3000.com/mmm-wisctv-media-us-east-1/photo/2018/ 04/06 / boston% 20store% 20street% 20view_1523051015216.JPG_10964603_ver1.0_640_360.jpg "alt =" Bon sound officials hope to get jobs after the state has closed 12 stores in Wisconsin [196592002]] Google Street View [19659004] More Headlines MADISON, Wisconsin – Bon-Ton Stores Inc. said they were confident that "jobs will be preserved through a sales process" after a state …

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The death of American college football player in Mexico ruled a murder case, officials say

The death of Andrew Dorogi, 21, was described by the Mexican authorities as "culpable murder." (Amherst College Football) The death of a beloved college football player in Mexico City in the spring break was condemned by Mexican officials as murder. Andrew Dorogi, a major in economics from Amherst College, Massachusetts, was arrested on March 15 at a train station in …

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US punishes 7 Russian oligarchs, 17 government officials

<img class = "expand-img-horiz" itemprop = "url" src = "https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/b2964c2be314d69b3b5cd64cec15ba83a16d10b3/c=45-0-4955-3692&r= x404 & c = 534×401 / local / – / media / 2018/04/02 / USATODAY / USATODAY / 636582580086287364-AP-VIETNAM-APEC-TRUMP-PUTIN-95237617.JPG "alt =" President Trump and Vladimir Putin (Photo: Mikhail Klimentyev, AP) On Friday, the Trump government sanctioned 38 people and organizations close to Russian President Vladimir Putin (7 Russian oligarchs and …

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The jobs of EPO officials changed after they had worried about Pruitt

Pruit's international travels, frequent trips to his native state of Oklahoma, and exorbitant office costs have raised concerns among ethics experts and made headlines for months, but two sources familiar with the matter said they could have been avoided if Pruitt advised several WPAs Officials – both civil servants and political appointees. Instead, according to the sources, the officials who …

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Mexican police say rusty water heater blame for Iowa family death, but other officials say no final provision

Mexican police said in a weekly newspaper this week that a rusty water heater had blown the gas of a Mexican Iowa family last month, but a prosecutor's office had pushed back that the cause was not finally found. Christopher Martínez, the main investigator of the case for the Fiscalia General Office in Mexico's Tulum community, said Wednesday at Des …

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E.P.A. Officials who got into trouble after questioning Scott Pruitt

A sixth officer, Mr. Pruitt's chief of staff, Ryan Jackson, also asked questions about Mr. Pruitts spending, according to three E.P.A. Officer. He remains in his job, but considers resigning, said officials of the agency. Mr. Jackson came from the office of Senator James M. Inhofe, Oklahoma Republican, to the agency, which, like Mr. Pruitt, was a major critic of …

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Venezuela cuts trade relations with Panama companies, officials

CARACAS (Reuters) – Venezuela said Thursday it will halt trade relations with Panamanian officials and companies including the airline Copa over alleged money laundering, days after Panama President Nicolas Maduro accused similar activities. Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varelas signs a guest book during a welcoming ceremony at the Presidential House in San José, Costa Rica on March 21, 2018. REUTERS …

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