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  • 5 of Disney's most evil villains

    In preparation for this weekend's "Maleficent," we've put together a list of the five most evil villains in Disney history.


  • Pope: follow God for pure intentions rather than personal gain

    During his daily Mass Pope Francis warned against those who use their faith vainly in order to obtain power or money, and prayed that all might have the grace to follow the Lord out of love.


  • No joke: New York woman gives birth outside home

    A woman has given birth in front of her New York home - and it wasn't the April Fools' Day joke one relative thought it was.


  • Let the word of God grow in your heart, encourages Pope

    In his Angelus address on Sunday, Pope Francis reflected on the scene of the Transfiguration, emphasizing the importance of listening to God, especially in scripture, and of sharing the Gospel with others.


  • Ex-pitcher Tommy John promotes suicide prevention

    Terre Haute native Tommy John is well known for his illustrious major league baseball career, which spanned 26 years and included 288 victories.


  • Gadsden student wins state spelling bee

    Gadsden Middle School's Joshua Kelley prepared repeatedly and fought hard to bring the Alabama Spelling Bee title home. He had to contend with marathon preliminary bees, his own kin and the difficult words themselves.


  • 3 brothers serve Highway Patrol in western NC

    While many siblings and relatives work in law enforcement together, none share a working relationship quite like the Horton brothers, who are all troopers with the North Carolina Highway Patrol and assigned to Rutherford County.


  • In this Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014 photo, Chris Woods, director of London's National Conservation Service, very carefully handles the Magna Carta, in Houston. The centuries old parchment will be on display at the Houston Museum of Natural Science for six months starting Feb. 14, 2014. (AP Photo/Pat Sullivan)

    Magna Carta copy arrives in Houston for exhibit

    It was care fit for a king: The yellowing parchment was fitted inside a custom-designed aluminum and steel case with monitors, then wrapped in specially made packaging. Once it was on the plane, a canon chancellor nervously tracked the flight as it crossed the Atlantic Ocean.


  • FILE - In this 2009 photo provided by the family, Renee Thomas holds Nikolai at an orphanage in Kursk, Russia. On Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014, Thomas went on television in Russia with an emotional appeal for an exception to be made to Russia's year-old ban on adoptions by Americans. She and her husband adopted a boy from Russia in 2008 and refuse to give up long-standing efforts to also adopt Nikolai, their son's biological brother. (AP Photo)

    On Russian TV, US mom urges waiver to adoption ban

    A Minnesota woman has gone on television in Russia with an emotional appeal for an exception to be made to that nation's year-old ban on adoptions by Americans. She and her husband adopted a boy from Russia in 2008 and refuse to give up long-standing efforts to also adopt their son's biological brother from an orphanage in the city of Kursk.


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