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Flint City Council member alleges he was attacked in 'vicious assault' at bar by cabinet member of mayor

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FLINT (CCN) — Flint City Councilman Eric Mays told The Morning Gazette Radio Show Thursday that an appointee of Flint Mayor Sheldon Neeley threatened violence two weeks ago, then "violently assaulted" him Wednesday night at a Flint bar. "I was there with a group of six people after the council meeting, playing keno and drinking papaya juice," Councilman Mays said. "I went up to the bar to cash in my keno and this guy gets up in my face, yelling and screaming. I told him to back off, then he swung and knocked me to the ground with a violent attack."  READ MORE

President Donald Trump basks in glory of impeachment trial victory

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WASHINGTON (VOA) — President Donald Trump basked in his impeachment victory on Thursday, waving a banner, all caps newspaper headline pronouncing him "ACQUITTED," while he lashed out at his critics. Trump attended the National Prayer Breakfast at a Washington hotel and held the USA Today newspaper aloft to show the crowd a day after the Senate, acting as a jury at his impeachment trial, rejected two articles of impeachment against Trump that would have removed him from office had he been convicted.

Trump, who has long derided Democrats' impeachment efforts, declared the country had been "put through a terrible ordeal by some very dishonest and corrupt people. They have done everything possible to destroy us and by so doing very badly hurt our nation. They know what they are doing is wrong but they put themselves far ahead of our great country."


MSU can't afford any more slip-ups in Big 10 basketball title race as UM prepares to host Spartans Saturday

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EAST LANSING (CCN) — The Michigan State Spartans went back to the practice floor Wednesday after losing their second in a row in the Big 10 basketball race. They play on Saturday at noon in Ann Arbor against the Michigan Wolverines who have now lost seven times in Big 10 play. MSU is 7-4 and fell out of a first-place tie with Illinois and Maryland when dropping Tuesday's home court contest to Penn State.

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