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Posted Thursday, July 20, 2017 by WLRH News

Director Christopher Nolen’s new film Dunkirk, based on the true heroic story from World War II, opens July 20th and is already receiving spectacular reviews. The U. S. Space and Rocket Center is showing it in its IMAX dome theater, providing a truly immersive experience. CEO Dr. Deborah Barnhart tells Ginny Kennedy more about the movie and what other new things are happening at the Rocket Center.

  • House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., says the sanctions will show those who work against America's interests that their "actions have consequences."

    Posted Saturday, July 22, 2017 by NPR News

    The sanctions would punish three countries; the bill also aims to prevent President Trump from relaxing sanctions without lawmakers' consent. A House vote is expected on Tuesday.

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Director Christopher Nolen’s new film Dunkirk, based on the true heroic story from World War II, opens July 20th and is already receiving spe

With Huntsville quite likely to become Alabama’s biggest city, its development work is constant.

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Law and Justice party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski (bottom row center) and fellow party members vote Thursday to approve a law giving the president control over the Supreme Court.

The U.S. State Department issued a statement urging all sides "to ensure that any judicial reform does not violate Poland's constitution."

An Afghan policeman holds a rocket-propelled grenade during an ongoing battle with Taliban militants in the Gereshk district of Helmand province Saturday. A U.S. airstrike killed 16 policemen in the area on Friday, local officials said.

The strike hit Afghans who were in a compound that local media describe as a security outpost in a village that had come under attack.

Attendees stand behind a sign with the NAACP's logo at a 2015 rally in Washington, D.C. The civil rights group is holding its annual convention in Baltimore this year.

The nation's oldest civil rights group is facing questions about its leadership and next steps under Trump as it opens its annual meeting in Baltimore. The group's president recently stepped down.

The competition theme was providing access to clean water. The robots had to gobble up and sort blue and orange plastic balls, representing clean water and contaminated water, respectively.

The controversy surrounding a highly anticipated robotics competition for teens from around the globe sometimes overshadowed an otherwise upbeat event focused on kids, robots and changing the world.

Tessa Anklin says Covered California health plans are too expensive for her family.

GOP efforts to repeal the ACA are still in flux, and there's more talk now of trying to work out bipartisan fixes for Obamacare. But most suggested remedies won't fix the problems in remote regions.

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