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Official’s email says shift to Flint River made too quickly

As the city of Flint, Michigan, prepared to begin drawing its drinking water from the Flint River, an official with the municipal water plant said his superiors were prodding him to move too quickly, an email released by the governor's office Friday shows.

Trump tweets he has ‘standing to sue’ Cruz

GOP front-runner Donald Trump issued a warning today to rival Sen. Ted Cruz: Keep attacking and a lawsuit is coming.

Pope arrives for historic meeting 1,000 years in the making

Pope Francis met today with the head of the Russian Orthodox Church in Havana, bringing the heads of the Russian and Catholic churches together for the first time since Christianity split.

Two US women miscarry after Zika infection, CDC says

Two U.S. women suffered miscarriages after being infected with the Zika virus, according to officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Inside machete-wielding man’s attack at Ohio restaurant

Frantic 911 calls captured the moment a machete-wielding man injured four people in an attack at an Ohio restaurant before he was shot dead by police Thursday.

Two students die in a shooting at an Arizona high school

Police say two female students died in a shooting at a high school in a Phoenix suburb.

Sue Klebold, mother of Columbine killer Dylan Klebold, speaks

Sue Klebold, the mother of Columbine killer Dylan Klebold, told ABC News' Diane Sawyer that when the Columbine tragedy happened, she couldn’t stop thinking about the victims and their families.

GOP candidates attack each other in SC

The Republican presidential candidates are getting ready for the Feb. 20 South Carolina primary by ramping up their attacks on each other.

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