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The Michigan Attorney General's Office said on Thursday it will bring a second round of criminal charges related to the investigation into dangerous lead levels in the city of Flint's drinking water. Attorney General Bill Schuette's office said in a brief media advisory the charges would be announced on Friday morning. Office spokeswoman Andrea Bitely said she could provide no further information on the upcoming announcement, including specific charges and the identities of those being charged.
Millions of Americans have tuned in to watch this month's party conventions, with the Democratic confab ahead in the ratings -- prompting Donald Trump's Republicans to urge supporters not to watch Hillary Clinton's landmark speech on Thursday night. Data compiled by ratings agency Nielsen show the Democratic event in Philadelphia outperforming the Republican convention in Cleveland all three nights so far. Clinton will accept the White House nomination later Thursday on the gathering's final night, but Trump's team exhorted Republicans to steer clear.