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Huntsville High School Theatre presents "The Trench", a new play inspired by the true story of a miner who was trapped underground in a collapsed tunnel during World War I. Cast members Troy McMullen and Duncan Smith talked with Ginny Kennedy about the challenges and rewards of presenting this show depicting the horrors of war. The Trench runs October 25th, 26th, & 31st at Huntsville High.

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In prepared remarks to Congress, the CEO acknowledges Facebook is not "the ideal messenger" for its digital currency plan, but says innovation is essential to American financial leadership.

The Series features well-matched teams with superb starting pitchers.

As the Houston Astros prepare for Game 1 of the World Series, the front office grapples with fallout from Assistant General Manager Brandon Taubman's profane rant targeting female reporters.

Ambassador William Taylor said U.S. aid to Ukraine was contingent on the country undertaking investigations that would help President Trump politically. Here are key parts of his written statement.

Little-known businessmen Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman are facing campaign finance charges. The case sheds light on the Soviet-born men's involvement in events at the heart of investigations into Trump.

Research yet again shows teens are glued to their phones to an unhealthy degree. In fact, they may be choosing social media over sleep. But maybe it's not all sad face, researchers say.

A government review says most of the dead were killed by gunshot wounds to the head or chest. Over 3,000 people were wounded.

A Marvel deal with SiriusXM and Pandora marks a deeper investment by the companies to claim a stake in the growing realm of podcasting, now on pace to become a $1 billion industry.

New federal charges were filed Tuesday against a total of 18 defendants accused of being part of a conspiracy to cheat their children into top colleges.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan agreed to jointly patrol an area in northern Syria previously controlled by Kurdish forces with U.S. support.

The book will be called A Warning. The author will be identified as A Senior Trump Administration Official. It will be published by Twelve Books on Nov. 19.

The country has been gripped by mass demonstrations and planned union strikes over economic inequality.

The utility giant warned over 200,000 customers in 16 California counties that gusty winds and low humidity may bring more proactive power shutoffs starting Wednesday.

The move fulfills a Trump campaign promise to help California's farmers. But it ignores the warnings of federal biologists who were sidelined.

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