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Myanmar's 1st census in decades bars name Rohingya

03/30/2014 1:31am
Enumerators fanned out across Myanmar on Sunday for a census that has been widely criticized for stoking religious and ethnic tensions, after the government denied members of a long-persecuted Muslim minority the right to identify themselves as "Rohingya."

Enrollment dips at Utah colleges, universities

03/30/2014 4:20am
Enrollment at Utah colleges and universities over the past three semesters has edged downward, and officials say a lower minimum age for Mormon missionaries has driven the trend.

Suspected fraud plot foiled at Vatican bank

03/30/2014 6:20am
Two men toting a briefcase stuffed with false bond certificates purportedly worth trillions of euros (dollars) tried to bluff their way into the exclusive Vatican bank in a foiled fraud plot, Italian police said Sunday.

Chicago cardinal thanks faithful for prayers

03/30/2014 10:50am
Chicago's Cardinal Francis George took time during his first public appearance since being released from the hospital to thank worshippers for their prayers.

Music helps trigger Alzheimer patients' memories

03/30/2014 12:31pm
It was early Sunday afternoon when Mike Gerhard and Abby Urbick encountered Gene Hart, an 82-year-old man wearing a blue Colts sweatshirt and a black Cardinals baseball cap, in a hall of the Alzheimer's wing in The Woodlands nursing home.

More Mormon women choosing missions over college

03/30/2014 1:11pm
Enrollment at Utah colleges and universities has edged downward over the past three semesters, and officials say a lower minimum age for Mormon missionaries has helped drive the trend, especially among young women.

Mormons gather for historic women's meeting

03/30/2014 6:02pm
Mormon women gathered around the world this weekend for what leaders called a historic meeting of the faith.