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Jackson officials ask Snyder to remove sheriff »

"ackson, Mich. – Officials in Jackson County are asking Gov. Rick Snyder to remove their sheriff from office over insulting remarks about women and minorities."

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Asian carp barrier to Great Lakes holds in Indiana floods »

"When ecologists realized that a marsh near Fort Wayne, Ind., could be the Asian carp’s back door into the Great Lakes, they rushed to close it."

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Monroe County student arrested for alleged 'terroristic' threats »

"A 14-year-old student at Whiteford High School in Monroe County was arrested Saturday for allegedly making '"terroristic" threats. "

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Boil water advisory lifted in Livonia after tests show no contamination »

"The boil water advisory in Livonia has been lifted after tests showed no signs of contamination in the city's drinking water."

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NRA hits back at United Airlines, Delta, other companies for cutting ties »

"Two major airlines — United Airlines and Delta — said Saturday that they are notifying the National Rifle Association that they will no longer offer discounted rates for NRA members in the latest display of corporate backlash to the pro-gun organization."

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Finley: Keep Michigan pure with water bottle deposits »

"The morning after Michigan voters passed the bottle deposit law in 1976, I was sorting mail in the newsroom of The Detroit News."

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Riley: Slavery is still America's burden »

"Slavery lives."

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Something is deadly wrong in this country »

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Oh, for God’s sake."

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Come see us, Mr. President. We have questions. »

"It has been more than a year since Donald Trump held his one and only full-fledged news conference as president. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders emerges occasionally to not-answer questions. It is past time, though, to hear from the president himself, at length — not just answering shouted questions or taking a few queries at a joint event with a foreign leader."

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