Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 4:40 p.m. EST

FLINT, Mich. (AP) — Michigan’s new attorney general has asked a Detroit-area prosecutor to take over criminal cases related to the Flint water crisis. Attorney General Dana Nessel said Friday she has provided case information to Wayne County prosecutor Kym Worthy, who will review the files and make a decision. Two former high-ranking state officials have been ordered to trial on involuntary manslaughter charges related to a Legionnaires’ disease outbreak. Other cases have ended with misdemeanor plea deals.

WASHINGTON (AP) — The education of the star-studded House freshmen has begun. Lesson one: Speaking with the bluntness of a candidate as a member of Congress can produce swift and uncomfortable results. Rep. Rashida Tlaib learned that before lunch on Friday when a video of her profane remarks the night before vowing to impeach President Donald Trump drew almost no support, and plenty of pushback, from members of her party striving for discipline. The Michigan Democrat did not back down.

MOSCOW (AP) — The Marine Corps is providing details on the court-martial of an American man who has been detained by Russia on spying charges. Court records show that Paul Whelan had been accused of attempting to steal more than $10,000 while serving as an administrative clerk in Iraq in 2006. The records show he was also accused of using a false Social Security number on a government computer system and using a false account on the system to grade his own examinations.

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump says newly elected Rep. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan “dishonored herself” when she used profanity to describe him. Speaking to reporters in the Rose Garden, Trump said Friday that he thought Tlaib’s comments were “disgraceful.” The Michigan Democrat exclaimed at an event late Thursday that Democrats were going to impeach Trump, and used a profanity for him.