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Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Flint Water Crisis

Email dump: Michigan Officials Tried To Shift Blame In Flint Water Crisis

A newly released batch of emails about the high levels of lead in the Flint, Mich., water supply indicate top officials looked to shift blame away from the state and a growing concern with the public image of the situation.
Virginia Declares State Of Emergency

Virginia Declares State Of Emergency Ahead Of Snow, Up To Two Feet Expected

Virginia declared a state of emergency ahead of a massive snowstorm that could bring up to two feet of snow to areas along the East Coast.
Litvinenko Assassination

Russia Rejects British Report Putin ‘Probably Approved’ Litvinenko Assassination

A report by the British government that concluded Russian President Vladimir Putin "probably approved" the murder of Alexander Litvinenko, a former spy, has been rejected by Russia's Foreign Ministry.
Stone Age Spanish Burial Site

Stone Age Spanish Burial Site Reveals Evolving Sense Of Community

A collective burial site in Spain offers evidence of mankind's evolving sense of community.
Air-launched Cruise Missile

Pakistan Tests Air-launched Cruise Missile

Pakistan's military on Tuesday announced a successful flight test of its Ra'ad air-launched cruise missile, an indigenously developed weapon.