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Posted Friday, March 16, 2018 by WLRH News

Theatre Huntsville brings Jim Leonard, Jr.'s play "The Diviners" to the Von Braun Center Playhouse, opening March 16th. The play is a "slice-of-life" piece set in a small town in the 1930s.

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What are Uilleann pipes? How are they different from Highland pipes? Most importantly, what do they sound like?

There are lots of wonderful communities of people helping people in Huntsville, and one of those is 305 8th Street.

This week, Lee High School presents Tarzan, based on the animated Disney film of the same name.

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Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe's memos about his interactions with the president are now in the possession of special counsel Robert Mueller's team of investigators, according to media reports.

Andrew McCabe was fired by Attorney General Jeff Sessions late Friday. On Saturday, Washington, D.C., tried to make sense of the latest developments in the seemingly never-ending Russia saga.

Vice President Mike Pence (center) his wife Karen Pence (left) and his mother Nancy Pence-Fritsch (right) marched in today's St. Patrick's Day parade in Savannah, Ga.

Vice President Pence went to Savannah, Ga., for its annual St. Patrick's Day Parade, while the Chicago River and the White House fountain were once again dyed green.

Facebook suspended Cambridge Analytica, a data-analysis firm that worked for President Trump's 2016 campaign, over allegations that it held onto improperly obtained user data after telling Facebook it had deleted the information.

Cambridge Analytica concedes it improperly received Facebook users' personal information but denies using it for the campaign. Facebook said the company may not have deleted the data as promised.

A worker loads building material on a cart outside a construction site at the Central Business District in Beijing. China's top economic planner expressed confidence this month that stronger consumer spending will help the economy grow.

While this month's constitutional reform stirred political controversy, some economists say it could have a positive flip side for the global economy.

Ifeolu Claytor, 23, (right) and Gabrielle Jackson, 28, (far left) check out a social media voting video on Esosa Osa's phone. All three are members of the Northeast Ohio Young Black Democrats.

Black turnout in the 2016 presidential election fell to the lowest rate since 2000. To reverse that, some voters say Democrats need to better address issues like wealth disparity and criminal justice.



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