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Posted Tuesday, January 21, 2020 by WLRH News

Renowned Huntsville percussionist Golnaz Khazei spoke with Morning Blend host Dorrie Nutt about her love of Iranian folk and classical instruments.

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Sundial contributor and four time cancer survivor Ted Roberts tells us what gets him going in the morning!

This week’s Valley Sounds features producers Midnight Michael (J.Michael Durm) Brett Tannehill, and JQUE bringing us tunes from Daniel Mann Teel, Zami Mare, Cassandra Mitchell, Gus Hergert, Javan Bailey, Amy McCarley, Property, XY Spaces, the Silver Silos and an interview and music from Tiffany Nicole Feagin.

The Los Angeles Guitar Quartet returns to town this Friday (1/17) as part of the Huntsville Chamber Music Guild's Celebrity Series.

Jessica Temple reminds us that it's a good thing to have a big sister to bail you out sometimes!

This week’s Valley Sounds features producers JQUE, Midnight Michael (J.Michael Durm) and Brett Tannehill brining us tunes from Trick Zipper, Sarah Jayne, The Springs, DPC Musik, Remy Neal, Gestine Hardy, Lana White, Unknown Lyric, Victoria Jones, Porcharitas, Chris Fitts, Hopeless John and Phantom Fang, Aunt Sofonda, and Microwave Dave.

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The Doomsday Clock reads 100 seconds to midnight, a decision made by the <em>Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists</em> that was announced Thursday. The clock is intended to represent the danger of global catastrophe.

The two-minute warning that had held over the past two years has now shrunk to 100 seconds before midnight on the Doomsday Clock set by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.

House impeachment manager Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., laid out what he called the legal theory for impeachment as the House is pursuing it.

Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., laid out what he called the legal theory that supports the House's case against Trump. Democrats later argued Trump put himself before the nation.

The Hankou Railway Station in Wuhan, China, was closed as part of a shutdown of public transportation — an effort to control the spread of what's being called the Wuhan coronavirus.

Experts say China's move is unprecedented. Here's why they're opposed.

Actress Annabella Sciorra described in detail the alleged assault by Harvey Weinstein during his trial on Thursday.

She is the first of six women expected to testify at his trial that Weinstein raped or sexually assaulted them. "I said, 'No, no,' but there was not much I could do at that point," Sciorra said.

Sandra Joyce, the head of global intelligence at the cybersecurity firm FireEye, speaks at the company's Cyber Defense Summit in 2018. Private tech companies are increasingly taking the lead in reporting information about suspected attacks by foreign actors. In some cases, the companies sell their reports to the U.S. intelligence community.

U.S. cybersecurity firms are making headlines with reports of online attacks by Russia and other foreign actors. Why are tech companies taking the lead, rather than the U.S. government?

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