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Composers German Lopez and Matthew Shorten, in town for the Tennessee Valley Music Festival, spoke with Morning Blend host Dorrie Nutt about the art of composition.

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The Dutch-led investigation accused three Russians and one Ukrainian of being involved in the 2014 incident, which claimed 298 lives. Court hearings are set to begin next March.

Pilots criticize Boeing and the FAA, calling for simulator training, saying the 737 MAX "Was fatally flawed and should never have been approved."

Police officials in Philadelphia are describing the action as the largest removal of officers from the street in recent memory.

In just five years, Slack has grown to more than 10 million users and become a verb in the process. "I'll Slack you" is shorthand for sending a message via the chat platform. Now it's going public.

After a five-month probe of Khashoggi's death, a special U.N. investigator concluded it was "inconceivable that an operation of this scale could be implemented without the Crown Prince being aware."

The secretive group espoused a philosophy of self-help but was accused of recruiting women as sex slaves. Charges against Raniere, known as "Vanguard," included sex trafficking and racketeering.

The Supreme Court is expected to rule soon on the Trump administration's plans for a citizenship question. But an order by a federal judge in Maryland could complicate the question's legal fate.

At a fundraiser Tuesday night, the former vice president talked about working with former Sens. James Eastland and Herman Talmadge, two segregationist Democrats.

An annual survey of beekeepers shows the rate of colony death last winter was the highest reported since the survey began 13 years ago.

Scientists are using old spy satellite images to measure the effects of climate change. They're finding that glaciers in the Himalayas are melting twice as fast as they were a few decades earlier.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi opposes launching an impeachment probe now, arguing it's divisive and requires overwhelming public support. But a growing segment of her caucus is calling for it.

A new study shows a link between how surgeons act around co-workers and their patients' outcomes. Turns out rudeness and other unprofessional behavior isn't just obnoxious — it may be dangerous.

A collection of Indian gems, jewelry and artifacts is expected to fetch more than $115 million — which would break a record set by Elizabeth Taylor's jewelry collection.

The former Trump aide's appearance before the Judiciary Committee is the first time an official from the White House agreed to show up. But Democrats said she declined to answer many questions.



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