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This Sunday (1/14) afternoon at 3, four local musicians will present a “Midwinter Musicale” at First United Methodist Church in downtow

On this episode of The Public Radio Hour (1/11/18) ... The Alabama Legislative session convenes for its regular session beginning February 6th, and

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United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres speaks at the U.N. headquarters on January 16.

The new secretary-general hoped to make 2017 a year of peace. But in a speech yesterday, he said that the world had gone in the "reverse" direction.

Saigas lie dead in Torgai Betpak Dala in Kazakhstan during the mass mortality event in May 2015.

Over a three-week span in 2015, more than 200,000 saiga antelope suddenly died in Kazakhstan. The animals would be grazing normally, then dead in three hours. A new study points to heat and humidity.

An aerial view Monday reveals one of the oil slicks on the surface of the East China Sea, reminders of the deadly explosion that sank an Iranian tanker. The spill continues to grow.

Chinese authorities say they've found the Iranian tanker that sank Sunday after a collision and several explosions. The incident left the crew presumed dead — and released two miles-long oil slicks.

Sneaker company Overkill teamed up with Adidas and BVG, the German public transit authority, to create a shoe that has a built-in metro ticket.

These shoes are made for taking the metro. They may seem pricey, but they're about a quarter of the cost of an annual transportation pass in Berlin.

Sen. Bob Dole served 35 years in the House and Senate.

Dole served more than three decades in Congress, was the Republican presidential nominee in 1996 and was an early supporter of President Trump, who will attend the ceremony.

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