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**FILE** A "sold" sign is shown in front of an Indiana home. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy/File)

4 tips to help you buy an affordable home

- Deseret News

If you would like to buy a home, the following ideas will help you get the most for your money without using most of your money!

Gov. Doug Ducey talks about his budget before it's release at the Executive Tower in Phoenix on Friday,  Jan. 16, 2015. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Cheryl Evans) ** FILE **

Arizona Legislature OKs pro-life abortion measure

- Associated Press

Arizona lawmakers approved legislation that requires abortion providers to tell women they may be able to stop a drug-induced abortion, and bars women from buying health care plans through the federal marketplace that includes coverage for elective abortions.

Amish buggy. By Ad Meskens, via Wikimedia Commons

Police put yellow tape around Wisconsin Amish home

- The Washington Times

Law-enforcement officers strung yellow police tape across the door of a Wisconsin Amish home and declared it unfit for habitation Thursday in a dispute over the family's refusal to comply with county rules on modern appliances such as smoke alarms.

President Barack Obama walks out of the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, Thursday, March 26, 2015, to board Marine One on the South Lawn for a short trip to Andrews Air Force base Md., before traveling to Lawson State Community College in Birmingham to speak about the economy. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)

Pope Francis to visit White House Sept. 23

Catholic News Agency

U.S. officials have confirmed that Pope Francis will make a stop at the White House to meet with President Obama on Sept. 23, during his trip to the United States for the World Meeting of Families.

Pablo Blanco, right, stands next to the memorial site for victims of the March 25, 1990, Happy Land social club fire, during an interview, Tuesday, March 24, 2015, in the Bronx borough of New York. Blanco, whose favorite uncle was among the 87 victims of an arsonist, will join a memorial Mass and vigil at the site to mark the 25th anniversary of what was then the biggest mass murder in modern U.S. history. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

Families mark 25th anniversary of N.Y. club fire that killed 87

- Associated Press

Family members and friends of victims gathered at a vigil Wednesday night to commemorate the 25th anniversary of a Bronx social club fire that killed almost 90 people. At the time, it was the biggest mass murder in U.S. history.

FILE - In this Nov. 16, 2012 file photo, California Attorney General Kamala Harris speaks during a news conference in Los Angeles. Three weeks after announcing her candidacy for the U.S. Senate,  Harris hasn't spoken a word, a strategy that has allowed her to avoid media scrutiny while carefully setting a foundation for the 2016 contest. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel, File)

Anti-gay initiative puts California attorney general in bind

- Associated Press

A California lawyer with an idea that has been called offensive, outrageous, reprehensible and illegal is putting the century-old process that gives citizens the right to make laws at the ballot box to its latest test.

Hopes of preserving Cherokee language rest with children

- Associated Press

Kevin Tafoya grew up hearing Cherokee all around him - his mother, a grandmother and grandfather, aunts and an uncle all spoke the language that now is teetering on the edge of extinction.

"Do You Believe?" is a movie described as "Crash" for Christians. The film offers a cast of big stars and bigger expectations.

Lee Majors, Cybill Shepherd, Brian Bosworth discuss 'Do You Believe' faith film

Billed as "Crash" for the Christian crowd, the faith-based film "Do You Believe?" from Pure Flix Entertainment — the company behind last year's megasuccess "God's Not Dead," which cost just $2 million to make but grossed $62 million — offers a cast of big stars and bigger expectations.