NUMBER 5 - WEEKEND BOX OFFICE
"Maleficent" apparently cast a spell on movie goers this weekend. The "Sleeping Beauty" remake raked in an estimated $70 million at the box office. The film stars Angelina Jolie as the evil fairy. "X-Men: Days of Future Past" dropped to second place with $32.6 million. "A Million Ways to Die in the West" debuted in third with $17.1 million. "Godzilla" and "Blended" round out the top five.
NUMBER 4 - "BRADY BUNCH" STAR DIES
Actress Ann B. Davis died Sunday at the age of 88. Davis was best known for her role as housekeeper Alice Nelson on "The Brady Bunch." A friend says Davis fell and hit her head Saturday morning in her bathroom. She suffered a brain injury and never regained consciousness. Davis won two Emmy Awards and has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
NUMBER 3 - APPLE WORLDWIDE DEVELOPERS' CONFERENCE
It's a big week for Apple fans, as the tech giant kicks off its Worldwide Developers' Conference today. The event will feature first-time reveals of new Apple products and services. Analysts expect Apple will finally announce iOS 8, a new version of the operating system behind iPhones and iPads. We could also see a new line of Macs and perhaps learn more about a rumored "Apple connected home" system for households. Just don't plan on getting a glimpse of a new iPhone. Apple isn't expected to show off its next smart-phone until August.
NUMBER 2 - STERLING ATTENDS PREDOMINATELY BLACK CHURCH
Donald Sterling, the Los Angeles Clippers owner who has been banned from the NBA for making racist remarks attended a predominantly black church yesterday. The senior pastor of Praises of Zion Baptist Church in south L.A. invited Sterling to attend services. The two men embraced during the service. As he was leaving, Sterling said he thought it was "fabulous." He refused to comment on the battle over the sale of the Clippers.
NUMBER 1 - ARMY SERGEANT RELEASED FROM TALIBAN
The Taliban has released a captured Army sergeant after almost five years, according to the White House. This is Taliban video of Bowe Bergdahl at some point after his capture in June 2009. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel released a statement saying Bergdahl was released in exchange for the transfer of five detainees from Guantanamo Bay to Qatar. President Obama called Bergdahl's parents with the news of their son's release.